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Old 05-31-2012, 05:21 PM   #3067
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Those are nice buggies- can you pull a skier or 2?
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Old 05-31-2012, 05:27 PM   #3068
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Actually YES!
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Old 05-31-2012, 05:34 PM   #3069
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Never been anywhere `cept Glamis and ButterCup.

Skier?

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Pictures please! I've tried a lot of questionable things but wouldn't even consider skiing behind a sand rail! I like my skin too much!!!!
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Usually seated... only tried standing with the proper amount of liquid courage! lol

I used to have a pic of my dad doing a summersault accidental dismount but that was a loooong time ago on my 110 camera. lol


So no dirt / rocks at all Dunner?
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Old 05-31-2012, 05:40 PM   #3072
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Never been anywhere `cept Glamis and ButterCup.

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Looks like my dads buggy with the buick engine, before he added the weights! How exactly do you steer or see where you're going... or do you have a lookout crew for innocent bystanders?
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Years ago when I had my 1385cc "Starter" rail. That was before dunes were invented.
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I can look between the frame rails, but usually don't. I'm only up like that for a few seconds and I know the path is clear before lifting. We also have spotters, sometimes.
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Looks like my dads buggy with the buick engine, before he added the weights! How exactly do you steer or see where you're going... or do you have a lookout crew for innocent bystanders?
I did that once with a Kenworth Gravel truck! It wasn't that much fun!
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My sister used to jump my dads standard travel... also not fun! Guess she didn't know that those things weren't meant for jumping!
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Once you get a long travel, you still pucker for a long time.
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Is this a thread killing thread or some new fangled sand rail thread? Go take your sand toys to the on the beach thread. We're trying to kill this thing.
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Is this a thread killing thread or some new fangled sand rail thread? Go take your sand toys to the on the beach thread. We're trying to kill this thing.
Maybe we need a sandbox thread!
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As long as it doesn't have rails them things seem to attract Dunner and the new kid I mean new Kat.
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