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Old 01-18-2013, 02:24 PM
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I did something similar to that last month, only with a semi and a set of doubles on an icy interstate.
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I did something similar to that last month, only with a semi and a set of doubles on an icy interstate.
Oh ***** that dosen´t really sound as fun...

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No, it wasn't. But I kept her on the pavement and got straightened back out, so all was good.
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No, it wasn't. But I kept her on the pavement and got straightened back out, so all was good.
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