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Last Min Mods..A JET PACK!!!

See our new JET PACK??? Now maybe I can pass something that ISN'T a horse-drawn carriage!







Okay, so it's not a jet pack.....but at least we won't have to bum air off everyone else!!
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Buming air is what I'm good at.
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Oh **** look who the waves washed in, another CMFer.
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Nah I don't have the CMFer title yet I'm just an F-er
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LMAO!!!!!

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I was thinking of building a custom tank for the back. One that is completly flat on the bottom made out of like 1/4 inch steel and holds like 5-10 gallons.

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I was thinking of building a custom tank for the back. One that is completly flat on the bottom made out of like 1/4 inch steel and holds like 5-10 gallons.
That's exactly what I want to do with ours eventually. I found out that little tank we have now is just too little.....can't even fill up one tire without it having to fill back up.

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I was thinking of building a custom tank for the back. One that is completly flat on the bottom made out of like 1/4 inch steel and holds like 5-10 gallons.
I want to do the same thing....trying to convince woods to build one.

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