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Geez, I can't even imagine how much fun that would of been! Champion effort.

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You still driving around with no fuel cap? :laugh: plenty of them on Trademe ?

 

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14 minutes ago, phrunt said:

You still driving around with no fuel cap? :laugh: plenty of them on Trademe ?

 

No. Seems a bit off topic ? I can talk aye.:rolleyes:

JW ?

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8 minutes ago, goldwright said:

You are going to have to give up the 12 old man

12 what?

JW ?

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1 minute ago, kiwijw said:

12 what?

JW ?

Ha ha the 12 inch x coil of mine that he has decided is his

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JW,

Looks like fun.

 ... it sure would be nice if you would keep that nice, white Xcoil clean for the pictures!  haha  (Maybe Simon could go with you and clean it off before the photo each time?)

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Mitchel

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Why so many Wabbits? don't you guys have Hawks, Eagles, Bobcats or Coyotes? :smile:

strick

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I think the rabbits were introduced for food and they ran away with the country.  It is like the hogs in this country.  They are a menace and destroy a lot of pasture land each year.

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