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coolchange

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Was that a battery impact that set it off? Why was a guy taping it from the get go?
 

Icky

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What was he drilling the gas tank?
 

ChrisV

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Removing the drain plug with a electric impact. Lmfao
 

traquer

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Kids and their power tools! I'm glad I learned to work on shit with sockets and wrenches
 

Kenboat

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He was drilling into the tank, wins the Darwin award for the day.
 

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The bucket probably had a static charge on the inside.
 

jetboatperformance

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Holy fuk.... when I was a junior tech I watched the older guys "tin" a huge soldering iron and use a piece of copper to patch a fuel tank ...."its no big deal they would say" NO WAY !
 
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