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Old 11-12-2012, 04:18 PM   #11
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Re: R6 and my truck bed.......transporting it....

wtf you need that big ass fan for hahah and how come its not directly behind me at trackdays?!
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Re: R6 and my truck bed.......transporting it....

My dad's got a 97 chevy extended cab and my r6 fits in the back with the tailgate closed perfectly
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Old 11-12-2012, 10:56 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Agg2001 View Post
yes. done it many times.

My aunts husband has one of those bad boys, that ****er wouldn't let me barrow it to go to NJMP. That drunk bastard. BTW texas must be hot as a dogs bollocks for a fan of that size. Didn't they use those on Micheal Jacksons tours?

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I highly doubt you'll be able to close the gate but that's not a problem. I run an extra tie down and loop it through the rear wheel just incase.
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