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I would have just put the wood inside and let it hang out
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like the idea but kind of wondering if you got into a head on accident if that wood would go through the window? dont like that idea,not hating. lol
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i was just thinking the same but w/e.
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yeah I agree it's a cool idea and so but you could probably get hurt pretty bad if they came through.
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like the idea but kind of wondering if you got into a head on accident if that wood would go through the window? dont like that idea,not hating. lol
good point, any hard breaking and those boards are going through the window
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Very rare is the day i haul anything on it.
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your dad's new toy needs some work!!

you should post a pic of you standing on the cover!
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lol I bet anyone who saw you might have been confused!
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As they should be.
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I might just have to see if my rails under the cover can hold my 150lbs.. muahaha.
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I would have just put the wood inside and let it hang out
I had to sig that.
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