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    dnt b a clwn thro it down
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    Good job! Dirt lid and goggles... and the mystical broom beast

    Went to the dj spot today with the "Huckler" and crazy joe. Took some pics and messed around in this 103.26 degree weather. The first jump is a 30ft gap with a 10ft hip. Same with the second (but that one has the broom beast in the brackground). Third is about a 20ft drop x a 30ft gap. It is true what they say, things loook smaller on the computer screen

    I'll make a post later when I get on my computer with the burst shot stuff.
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    sick...
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    looks nice man, i cant imagine the 103 degree weather

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    didnt hit the dubs at bottom?

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    Nice, now we may be able to prove the existance of the elusive broom beast once and for all...

    -Nate

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    cool stuff man. id hit it in 103 weather
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    awsome stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swoop
    .....the broom beast in the brackground.....
    my first thought was maybe it's Bigfoot, then upon further inspection it only looks about 4 1/2 feet tall......


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    my first thought was maybe it's Bigfoot, then upon further inspection it only looks about 4 1/2 feet tall......
    i think its a hobbit,, ive heard hobbits live in trees...

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    cool

    pretty durn kewl

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    very sick

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    dnt b a clwn thro it down
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy_ryder
    didnt hit the dubs at bottom?
    Heck no those things have gone to absolute crizzap. Just a little water and they'll be dialed in again. Plus I'm afeared to hit those things

    LOL hobbits don't live in trees, they live in little holes in the ground... derrrr. I think that was one of the outcasts from the lord of the rings series.
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