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Old 02-07-2014, 07:35 PM   #7171
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Old 02-07-2014, 07:54 PM   #7172
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LMAO!! well I never was a Ford fan but though heck im gonna try one. 4 drive shafts later
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Old 02-07-2014, 07:59 PM   #7173
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That hoist is what's called asymmetric it has shorter arms in the front then back. Allowing to position vehicle further back, so the door can be swung near wide open to get out., before interfering with the post. It is also a clear floor version with the tie up top. This is the 10kibs unit and is alc cert. so there are cheaper with no certs
3700 delivered plus install
Not a bad price at all!! If one builds a garage whats an extra $3700.00

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Old 02-07-2014, 08:03 PM   #7174
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LOL!! just kidding!! My dad has an F150 that has been beat on hard and pulls their 30ft cruiser (grosely overweight) and I think he's just rolled over 400,000 km and it's going strong. Not a speck of rust for a 2004 and when they come down for a visit I always burn the carbon out of it on the Autobaun ... Sorry QEW, LOL!!
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LOL!! just kidding!! My dad has an F150 that has been beat on hard and pulls their 30ft cruiser (grosely overweight) and I think he's just rolled over 400,000 km and it's going strong. Not a speck of rust for a 2004 and when they come down for a visit I always burn the carbon out of it on the Autobaun ... Sorry QEW, LOL!!
LOL anytime I hear 407 I think of bouncing rev limiters for some reason......ROTFLMAO!!
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Jack is also familiar with that picture.

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I've been on the autobauhn its a lot of fun lol
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Rotfl....so it could have been a Fargo as well...heard Fiat now owns Fargo outright!!
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