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Old 05-01-2011, 09:25 AM   #15
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When parking or backing up make sure you get out and walk around so you know what and where everything is.
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Here's a link to read. Some funny (but true) things to remember.

What did you learn this year
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The hardest adjustment to make in my opinion is the limitaion on storage. Your either restricted by how much space you have or the capacity to haul it.
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See The Rock???

Your Rig swings like a logging truck. See the Rock on the left in the first picture? See to booboo in the next picture?
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