Discussion in 'General' started by bitchcakes, Sep 27, 2014.
I had to look them up, they are kind of like rings you put between your fingers.
Still looks like a very expensive butt plug! lol
That was..... let's just say..... NOT what my research indicated.
Here's one for our resident electrician.
Made it that far, fuck it , have a smoke.
I mean..fuck a trailer right??
I just tried to load an R6 into a monster truck on ramps,and it's a no go!
Ass end spins,front tire slides backwards!!
You've been warned!
Hook up the trailer!
We saw some poor bastard load up his CBR1000RR into an old-school lifted big-wheel Cheyenne at Pahrump some years ago. Well, he tried - to ride it up a ladder ramp and made it far enough to tip over with the front wheel on the gate. Dude put his leg out to break the fall which made it worse for him.
I said “we saw” because he was right next to us. We only noticed when his front wheel hit the ramp with a peculiar crunch … started running over to help with the big “NNNNooooooooooo” in slow motion you’re gonna die seeing the whole future world where Hillary’s gonna be president while China nukes Taiwan and wimmin are allowed to vote type of end of the world mindset.
Fortunately for him, his chest kept the bike from getting damaged when it landed on him. Only scratched up a bar end and we helped him get loaded up proper after that. Dude was totally fine.
I’ve got one of those still on backorder
I didn’t know cardboard boxes were that hard to come by.
You sir are the Mark Twain of motorcicle story telling!!
Had me laughing my ass off!!
It's my cousin truck,and I know better,but it kicked my ass!
The angle and ramps can handle it,but a cold slick will end the day every time!!
I now have a gigantic double axle trailer with a tiny R6 loaded for Roebling!
This makes me laugh because I work for a cardboard emploritorium with 1gillion acres of box's! I get lost going to the shitter!! We got boxes for everyone!
That’s the new safety panel .. everyone knows cardboard doesn’t conduct electricity. Doesn’t get any safer than that
Nobody wants to pay for the field engineering to make one from raw materials.
I ain’t goan lie…
I’ve used cardboard as an insulator when I’ve had to land feeders in a live switchgear.
Difference is, I pull the cardboard back out after the feeders are landed and the risk of crossing phases is over.
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