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Old 08-04-2012, 02:52 PM   #1
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Jerry, are you bringing your recliners to the rally? They carry them at Home depot down here.


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Old 08-04-2012, 07:09 PM   #2
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Think the ladder would hold it?

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They are towable! You could easily triple tow these with no problem.
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Hey, there's an idea! I'll probably hang on though, until somebody comes up with a kit to do the lights and safety chains?

Thinking about it, wonder what the laws are regarding portable recliners on the road? Maybe they wouldn't need lights & chains?

If you have the family along, wonder if you could stack them? How high?

Geez, just had another thought. Wonder if the "less than 10 years old" rules would apply?
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Looks like dual purpose, wood hauler and the a recliner to have a adult beverage in. Two birds with one stone as they say. Jim
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