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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-06-2005, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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how many of you try to avoid EVERY pot hole when you're driving?

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Re: pot hole

I live in Jersey.... there's no way I can avoid ALL potholes! I just try to avoid the monster holes that will swallow my car.



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[quote author=zobx link=topic=35127.msg500996#msg500996 date=1133896736]
I live in Jersey.... there's no way I can avoid ALL potholes! I just try to avoid the monster holes that will swallow my car.
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werd....its impossible...


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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-06-2005, 03:23 PM
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Re: pot hole

with all the construction in Vegas it's getting to be a road course out there... I try to avoid them all but sometimes it's hard to especially with heavy traffic around you... many people in Vegas will not understand when you slam on your brakes and try to avoid holes so they tend to get irritated... I always try to though


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Re: pot hole

I try to avoid everyone that I can. My car being lowered with 18's doesn't help. When I'm in my city I don't have to worry about the pot holes. But when I'm downtown it's really hard to avoid them because they are ALWAYS doing some kind of road work.


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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-06-2005, 03:32 PM
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Actually, in Vegas, it's not so much the pot holes you gotta worry about, it's the BUMPS... they've got a million of those stupid metal plates they put on top of contruction holes... only problem is that these plates are usually 2 inches thick and sitting on top of 1 inch of pavement, so all added you are hitting a 90 degree 3" thick curb... the amount of people that bend their rims in this town every day is insane... places that fix rims around here must be doing well...


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Re: pot hole

No potholes out here
But I do try to avoid them when I live somewhere where they exist

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