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Old 04-23-2009, 10:30 AM   #1
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Cool Camo Hitch Cover

I just bought one of these cool camouflaged hitch covers...

Put it on....

and now I can't find my RV!!!!

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That's amazing. Just lasy week I saw a 200 pounder put on a camo hat and the same thing happened.
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True story.
When working for the local Polaris ATV dealer a person from another state came in and purchased a Polaris 700 in camo. He has a cabin in the mountains and liked riding in the forests. He went for a ride and got off to follow an elk that he had spotted and when he returned he had "misplaced" his quad. He found it in the fall after 1st snow.
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