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Old 06-18-2013, 01:29 AM   #14271
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I have extensively. Generally speaking if they have large claws you're relatively safe. There really aren't that many scorpions that are lethal to adults (barring allergic reactions).
That said even an emperor scorpion packs a wallop. They all have the ability to inject venom or not.
I saw someone mention they had been stung (Looks to be a bark scorpion) and had no ill effects. They were lucky.
Sure they aren't lethal but the do hurt like a MF
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At the last CA Speedway NASCAR Cup race this was our view from the infield suites. Sweet!
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Sure they aren't lethal but the do hurt like a MF
Like smashing your thumb with a hammer and That's if you don't get juiced.
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Before, or after we get everything stuck, or smashed up, pitch camp, and start drinkin....ha,ha. And i blew up the engine because i was stuck going straight up, i guess theres no oil pressure when its standing on the tailgate......but i still aint gettin greasy......
How 'bout a pic of you and Readygirl rasslin' in the mud?

Yeah, Cinder has it right. Pay attention to your oil pressure gauge. And temperature. They are important.
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Are you sure you didn't hit your head? Trucks aren't made to go fast, they aren't geared that way. They're geared for torque. Besides Doesn't matter how fast your truck goes if it only goes 25% of the time :P


I have these for going fast. I still want my truck to go fast too though.

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Picked up my new bike Monday at 1pm. They didnt have all the parts in stock so they only put on the parts they had received. They put on the exhaust, air cleaner and the 2up seat. I ordered ape hangers and standard forward controls but Im not gonna do them now. After riding the bike for a few miles it is very comfortable, plus it saved me a few dollars.
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Like smashing your thumb with a hammer and That's if you don't get juiced.
The little bastard that got me gave me the whole nine yards to the hip. Lesson of that day way shake your towel before you dry off with it.
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Picked up my new bike Monday at 1pm. They didnt have all the parts in stock so they only put on the parts they had received. They put on the exhaust, air cleaner and the 2up seat. I ordered ape hangers and standard forward controls but Im not gonna do them now. After riding the bike for a few miles it is very comfortable, plus it saved me a few dollars.
I would keep the standard bars and controls too. You can always pivot the bars some, and I like the mid controls for cornering. You can always add highway pegs, which are lots cheaper than foward controls. That's how my low rider is set up.
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Playing fetch with sticks just doesn't cut it anymore.
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Here are some more pictures from last weekend.
Really good photos,are you using an SLR camera? The camera really picked up and focused in on the flying mud that's why I was wondering what type of camera?....Nice pics.

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Picked up my new bike Monday at 1pm. They didnt have all the parts in stock so they only put on the parts they had received. They put on the exhaust, air cleaner and the 2up seat. I ordered ape hangers and standard forward controls but Im not gonna do them now. After riding the bike for a few miles it is very comfortable, plus it saved me a few dollars.
Congrats that's one sweet ride!

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Hahaha! Which brand scope does the german prefer LOL Good photo!
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