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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-23-2003, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
 
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New tool/spotting technique

Just thought I would share this picture one of our club folks took at the SFWDA convention this weekend at Windrock Tn.

Pictured is a tool/trophy we affectionately refer to as "the bumper dumper". The individual pictured is demonstrating a spotting technique we refer to as "the human curb feeler".



Note: the individuals involved in this picture are safe, sane, sober, adults. The picture was staged in controlled conditions (even note the seatbelt on the bumper dumper) for the safety of all involved. As a club we promote safe/responsible 4 wheeling, but who says you can't have a little fun along the way?
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just make sure not to do that on a vehicle with a winch, you could end up with a helluva wedgie!
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Actually there's an 8274 hiding out behind him there on the bumper... I think the consensus is that synthetic line chafes less.
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1. Humm....
2. How easy does it clean up?
3. Where's the toilet paper holder?
5. I'll pass on this one...
6. I guess I'm a stand up guy!
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2) There are hooks underneath for bagging your byproducts.

3) The toilet paper holder is on the left side, complete with a nib on the end to keep the roll from coming off.

6) Leve, you'd be a standup guy in my book, even if you sat down!!!

There is one benefit from having the Bumper Dumper... Chicks dig it! All the guys get a good chuckle, but it never fails, we get a couple of citified ladies on a ride and you always hear "hey Bubba, back that thing over here where it's private..."
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For anyone interested here is the link to the Bumper Dumper web page
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