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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-29-2008, 09:34 AM Thread Starter
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Most dangerous cage ever!

I found this on Rf, He even had a disclaimer saying if you roll or crash your pretty much f-ed

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Hapa- ''When I checked into my motel, I said to the lady at the desk:

"I hope the porn channel in my room is disabled."

"No," she said, "it's just regular porn, you sick bastard."
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He would have lost 5 allen wrenches in the sand



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I have to wonder, why would you do that to a cage that could save your life?

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Here is a copy of my response over on RF.net....

Holy shit... Is this guy clueless or what... Why would anybody buy that piece of shit cage? I can air my tires down, remove my shocks and take off my cage in less time than that. The dude must of like playing with Legos when he was a kid. This guy must be related to JoeyD's buddy cocksnapper, errrr or whatever his name is....

What is funny is that this guy really thinks he is on to something.... He thinks he is smart. I be he even looked into getting a patent. He is clueless.

Someone has been drinking their bath water....

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I think playing with legos would be more fun then playing with that cage.

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I think playing with legos would be more fun then playing with that cage.
Certainly safer!

Hapa- ''When I checked into my motel, I said to the lady at the desk:

"I hope the porn channel in my room is disabled."

"No," she said, "it's just regular porn, you sick bastard."
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Now that I saw that, maybe my inflatable cage is not such a bad idea (warning - will not prevent injury or death, but may be removed quickly with velcro attachment system for a flotation device in deep river crossings)
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My reply over there:

AS far as the disclaimer goes, he is smart to do that. Doesn't Yamaha do the same thing? Gotta protect your arse, you know.

This gives me a great idea for those height challenged! Removable wheels. Here is how it works. Hydraulic system attaches to four heavy duty casters that, with a push of a button, drop down and lift your Rhino up. Then, with the quick removal system attached to your Rhino wheels, remove the heavy duty cotter pin, and your wheel comes right off. Roll your Rhino up to where it goes, adjusting the height of the casters as needed.

"Billy Bob Custom Designs does not guarantee that the heavy duty cotter pins will not fail, resulting in the loss of one or more wheels while driving. Not recommended for use with speeds in excess of 5 miles per hour. Use at your own risk. May cause severe bodily injury and/or/probably death."

So, opinions on this revolutionary design idea? Ideas on how to get it in your trailer using casters only?

I could show you, but then I would have to kill you.

The line must be drawn here! This far, no further! And I will make them pay for what they've done!

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What about velcro to hold the wheels on? That way you don't lose cotter pins in the sand!

Hapa- ''When I checked into my motel, I said to the lady at the desk:

"I hope the porn channel in my room is disabled."

"No," she said, "it's just regular porn, you sick bastard."
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