What I want to know is how the he11 did they lift a 750lb animal up onto that car. Most people chop those critters up in quarters before hauling them away. And no it is not a common sight to see a full size Elk in or on any vehicle. Maybe once in a while, but not very common. Only a rooky hunter would even try it.tg said:Multi use roof rack :thumbsup:
silly me. i thought that was called somethin else. doesnt everyone have a friend with a pickup? doesnt lowes deliver? i used to be the pickup friend but not anymore!Random Drivel said:Another fine example of US ingenuity:
CACTUSCORN, ever eat elk? .... pretty much the best meat there is :thumbsup: You should try it.cactuscorn said:not so much pal. i love a good steak, just dont like seein its tounge stickin outta its mouth on my plate is all. im happy with some salt, pepper and a set of blinders in my minds eye.
Sometimes ingenuity is spelled s-t-u-p-i-d-i-t-ycactuscorn said:silly me. i thought that was called somethin else. doesnt everyone have a friend with a pickup? doesnt lowes deliver? i used to be the pickup friend but not anymore!
No that actually happened at a H. D. several years ago. The owner of the car argued with the employee about the car not handeling the weight. But the customer insisted it would be ok. So the employee made him sign a waiver before loading. Not too bright, but unfortunately all to common at your do it yourself warehouses.cactuscorn said:thats the same word i was thinkin of. nice call. perhaps its a small town lumber joint/import tuner and that was a delivery.