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Ok, more than a few. I don't know what Johnny and Nick where thinking or where the hell am I going to put them all!

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Several cases of the 4 and 6 inch guys-

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They even got the rv kits

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We even got the new amber bars too

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Pointing this one at Nick from 10 feet away was NOT a good idea!

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