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Old May 23rd, 2008, 08:01 PM
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I'm sorry, what was the first thing?
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 08:09 PM
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whatever dude- you had already chalked it up to bad spelling before Mr.Smith set us straight.

Expect a big box from Craddocks on your doorstep with the new canvas tilt for my pickup, and a little one from Paddocks.
LOL- good one Neil. Lets see what the warm beer drinker comes back with.
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 09:35 PM
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Just do it! Get a trailer with brakes and you'll be fine. Go slow, be happy. As others have said, you'd get all kinds of help if you needed it. I'll ship you a cell phone and we can track your trip if you want (like the spot but free).

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Charles you are right and thanks for the offer. I was watching discovery channel last night and they showed a 110 towing a 2 ton Black Rhino across Kenya. Made me feel stupid for even asking the question in the first place!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Noah
Well welcome! I grew up in Yarmouth and as you noticed Freeport is right next door. Your timing is great too- summer on casco bay is fantastic.

I live in a barn on my folks farm with a fairly well stocked shop below me, so if you immediately need to do some welding or whatnot when you show up feel free to come on over.

Noah spotted you coming down rt1 the other day. I was in a 95 Green LWB. The 110 arrives on Saturday. Never got the time to drive her across.
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