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Thread: Deer Season opened a bit early

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    Deer Season opened a bit early

    This is what happens when you hit a deer with a plastic truck. Never saw it until it hit. That will get your attention.


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    That is some expensive Hamburger you made.
    A gun and a bullet might me cheaper, but you have to see them to shoot them
    You're not supposed to tenderize them in the skin
    I could go on and on...
    I know all about plastic stuff, how do you think I got my bumper on my X-terra.
    Thanks to Bambi's Mom

    Sounds like you are alright and that is what to be thankful for, insurance will take care of your plastic truck.
    I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world.
    Thomas A. Edison

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    Ya shoulda bought a FORD! I hit one with my Ranger and all it did was break the lense on the turn singal. The deer slid up the hood, up the windshield, and was laying on the top of the cab till I got nearly stopped then she slid back off. I hope you weren't hurt!

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    It's time to add one of these heavy duty bumpers to your rig now. Just get the check and buy some headlights and a fender on car-part.com and get a bumper from below! That is what my mom did when she hit a deer in her jeep.
    http://www.trailready.com/bumpers/gm_08.html


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    Wow ! Hey, I see your new buddy there. Hope you guys are ok.
    harm & bett

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    OUCH,, been there, I didn't have my 99 truck a month when I hit one, less than a mile from the house, but all I broke was the plastic grill, trouble was, it was so new, I had to wait a month before they could get a new grill in stock, of course it was plastic, 5 screws and $75, and it was as good as new, I think that might cost just a little bit more.. Glad you guys were OK.

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    I got my truck back out of the shop today and it is good as new, Almost! If any of you hit a deer be sure to read the fine print of your insurance policy and if you use a body shop with the slogan, Drive Through Service, No Waiting, or has the name "U Bend EM We Mend EM I would get another estimate.
    It is true it can be used for most anything, LOL.


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    You better watch out for the squirrels now. I heard they like the glue on duct tape.

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    Looks Good To Me!
    I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world.
    Thomas A. Edison

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