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Jackalope

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Would probably be a good idea to have a fire extinguisher or 2 on hand. I also have no idea how he thought a leaf blower would put the fire out. First call probably should've been to 911. Lots went wrong here IMO.


"Oh my God, how is this possible.".

Well for starters dipshit, you're driving on the downwind side with a fire can hanging out of the truck. The rear quarter is constantly exposed to fire.".

Nobody is that stupid, I say he did it for views.
 
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giles

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"Oh my God, how is this possible.".

Well for starters dipshit, you're driving on the downwind side with a fire can hanging out of the truck. The rear quarter is constantly exposed to fire.".

Nobody is that stupid, I say he did it for views.
Idk, but there is alot to be learned by watching that. The wife was suspiciously calm about it.
 

Jackalope

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Idk, but there is alot to be learned by watching that. The wife was suspiciously calm about it.

Yeah like don't use your truck to start brush fires, have a piss can or two if doing burn work, and leaf blowers aren't good at putting out truck fires. They work on small grass fires but not burning rubber and plastic.
 
Heck of a deal on Muddy’s version of the Lifeline. They are 30’ not 30” like the description says. I picked up a 3 pack for new stand locations this year…

Muddy Outdoors Safe-Line 30" Durable Nylon Outdoor Hunting & Treestand Safe System for Tree Climbing - 3 Pack https://a.co/d/eVZquqC
GREAT deal!! I thought I did good with HSS lifelines I found for $25 each a while back.
 
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