training event for the typhoon season video 4x4

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Re: training event for the typhoon season video 4x4

Postby rk1951 » 01 Jun 2011, 12:12

Wicked iix23! I at least hope one of those kegs in the rear is filled with beer. ;) One of these days I will come out there with you.
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Re: training event for the typhoon season video 4x4

Postby Super Hans » 02 Jun 2011, 21:03

Was that in Da Jia?
The bones got the wrong detail I hoped it would have for you
Safe for a shin bone or even a hand
It's such a lonely ride...
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