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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    ...and if your stuck real bad in the desert for a week, you can use the 4x4's to cook your friend...
    I just spit out my pizza I laughed so hard, thanks!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    It's non-removable. Then I worried that it wasn't removable "just in case", so I bought another one. Wonder why my damn Jeep weighs 6000#?


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    that's like having 3 compass's on a boat; can't just have two (one for backup)...how do you know which one is off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brute View Post
    that's like having 3 compass's on a boat; can't just have two (one for backup)...how do you know which one is off?
    exactly!!!

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