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has anyone towed a jetski with their na??

Old 04-16-2012, 08:50 PM
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Originally Posted by saedrin View Post
Is that sarcasm? It's hard to tell with two elementary school errors in a three word sentence.

I apologize professor, I will properly type it out next time. Nobody asked if you were able to spin tire's, the question was has anyone towed a jetski with their na. Now it is obvious that no car will spin tire's unless persuaded. My car rips the tires when ever I want it to, but if i drive normal then it would be near impossible to even here a chirp.
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Old 04-25-2012, 03:47 PM
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I had thought about this since I have a truck miata and seadoo; I like the twisty roads at the cottage and riding the lakes.

I'm told the primary trouble with not using my truck and using the miata instead is that I will look like an asshat on the highway.
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