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Old 07-13-2016, 11:49 AM   #15
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Depends on your relationship. If you both have a history of kidding the other a lot, this is something you can always bring up for some fun. If you determine that it would be a sore spot, I agree with Raineman, tell his how glad you were that he was not hurt. How is the deer?
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Forget the truck! Who got the deer?
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Old 07-14-2016, 07:07 AM   #17
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Well the deer did not make it home. Hit in such a way that the meat would have spoiled by the time they got home and he didn't want to field dress it in the middle of the highway. Some buzzards ate good I suppose.
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Old 07-14-2016, 07:41 AM   #18
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He is willing to pay to fix it.. what is the problem.


my father in law, would say, its your truck .. you fix it.
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. but I have learned.. NEVER loan a vehicle to anyone.. NEVER.


empty gas tank, flat tire in the back seat, dents and dings... parking tickets.
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You should be able to milk this one for a long, long time.
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Old 07-14-2016, 07:54 AM   #20
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PLASMA800 .... "CRIKEYS!!!! I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry....

What was the cause of the fire?"

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nobody knows for sure what the cause was, though the consensus was that there was a 'backfeed' from the 110v electrical outlet from the house into the Truck's 12v system. that might make sense since the fire originated at the driver side firewall, a typical place for the battery and fuse box location.

The trailer was making use of the 110v outlet from the house
The trailer was connected to the truck via the 12v connector for the brake lights
The trailer was grounded to the truck via the hitch/ball
The truck was left running
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Old 07-14-2016, 07:58 AM   #21
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I once had a deer "chase me down" and run into the driver's side quarter panel.
Nothing wrong with a little good natured ribbing, but you don't want him to think it really does bother you.
Perhaps ask him if next time he could hit with the bumper you want replaced.
Go with this.
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Depends on your relationship. If you both have a history of kidding the other a lot, this is something you can always bring up for some fun. If you determine that it would be a sore spot, I agree with Raineman, tell his how glad you were that he was not hurt.


If you have a good relationship, I would ride this horse for a LONG time.
Too bad you didn't get any venison.
Thinking about it, that is a line I would take. Gee, win an argument with MY truck and a deer a I don't get any venison????
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I do like the deer Christmas tree ornament.



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He'd definitely be getting a "deer" Christmas tree ornament from me for Christmas lol

and there would be no end to the playful teasing and taunting.
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Until he offers up a 2nd daughter
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