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Old 01-17-2012, 02:12 PM
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OUCH is right !

mY BACK, NECK, HEAD, AND butt ALL hurt just watching !

and you know that thing probably didn't have seat belts or air bags or CUSHIONS

and probably even less intelligence in the drivers seat now !
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I hate to say it, but that looks like a Dodge to me. To Rounded to be a Ford.

I bet that fella needed some new shorts too. Can't imaging what was going through his mind.
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It's a 4X4 F-150
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WATCH THIS!! Truck Jumping Snow Bank 2010 - Scotty broke his back on this jump. He had to get 2 TITANIUM RODS and 8 SCREWS afterward in surgery. Scotty was airborne about 25ft! Crazy times in the now destroyed 4x4 Ford-F150. He expected to make an almost full recovery.
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AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!

That was totally AMAZING!!!!! I am late to pick up my son because I watched it like 10 times..... WOW...
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Sure looked like the driveshaft let go right at the end. Otherwise a nice flight, stewardesses were friendly, nice touchdown and straight up the runway.

Wonder how the TSA check went??
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WOW, thats a sick jump!!!! ..... This is me trashing a E250 a couple years ago. All I can say is my 'little air' by comparassion to his hurt enough, so I can only imagine his pain!!

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You are never borrowing any of my vehicles. However, that was a really good video to show how tough those Ford vans are. My neighbor and I have kicked around the idea of that to a thrown together vehicle.

I used to know a guy whos parents owned a salvage yard when were in Jr. High.We had a Nissan Sentra that was cut in half right behind the front seats(no back wheels). With a little help from the yard hands we rigged up a fuel cell for it and drove it around like that.It was hard to see over the dash due to the crazy angle we were sitting at, but , we managed. We took it out on the main roads once or twice(just for like a blk or two b/c we were scared we wouldnt be able to get it back). You should have seen the looks we got from people on the road .
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this dude nailed it! lol
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How STUPID is this guy? I really HOPE he was O.K and did NOT get hurt!!! Would NOT catch me doing that w/any vehicle. Was this guy trying to imitate Evil Knevil?
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How STUPID is this guy? I really HOPE he was O.K and did NOT get hurt!!! Would NOT catch me doing that w/any vehicle. Was this guy trying to imitate Evil Knevil?
He broke his back.
He had to get titanium rods and screws, but is supposed to recover.
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It's a wonder he didn't cave his chest in with the steering wheel on that truck! OUCH!!
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