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Old 02-01-2008, 02:10 PM   #1
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*NSFW* His cousin hit a deer (you gotta see this)

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offtopic: those new GMC's look nice

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Thats insane. Altough, I did laugh. I can't beleive it landed on his wife.

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Lol there is shit on the backdoor LOL

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I guess he wont need those towels on the seats anymore.
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Says a lot about the cab structure of that new GMC truck.
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Says a lot about the cab structure of that new GMC truck.
but it looks good
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The A-Pillars are toast and the top opened up like a sardine can.
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Think the deer will fully recover?
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Think the deer will fully recover?
No, only partially.
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Thats an illegal kill he should be put in jail, an Aransas jail!
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Says a lot about the cab structure of that new GMC truck.
I dunno, I was thinking the opposite. Deers DESTROY vehicles, they are very heavy and muscular animals, and having one hit a car doing, say 50, usually results in frame damage. Having one come flying through the air, and hitting the windshield frame at 50, and both parties alive, is impressive in my book. The truck did what it was designed to as far as absorbing the impact, yet the around around the driver and passenger did not collapse too much. Overall, I am pretty impressed with how it held up
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Didn’t collapse that much? Hell the whole damn thing caved in. A-Pillars are not crumple zones. They’re rigid and should take an impact. A 40 – 60 pound deer shouldn’t nearly turn a truck into a convertible. And you’re right, they were “lucky”.
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I call dibs on the tender loin.... Oh, I just looked at the pics..... Never mind... But I will take some burger!
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holy crap, that is crazy...cut that deer right in half.

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