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EQUIPMENT REVIEW: Innovatronix Explorer Mini : Part 1 - Initial Thoughts

 
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Aug 02, 2011 20:05 as a reply to  @ post 12865218 |  #151

and this is him wrecking Tokyo, with a little help.

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Aug 02, 2011 20:15 as a reply to  @ Sheldon N's post |  #152

The Oscar Mayer wiener mobile makes the shot. :cool:


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TMR Design wrote in post #12866447 (external link)
The Oscar Mayer wiener mobile makes the shot. :cool:

I remember those OM Mobiles from when I was kid.
Sig, It looks to me like you should find larger doorways and airplanes. :-)
I'm 6'1" and don't have those clearance problems. :-)

So maybe Geoff would have needed help. I know how big he is, and he wouldn't have the clearance problems either. :-)


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dmward wrote in post #12866480 (external link)
I remember those OM Mobiles from when I was kid.
Sig, It looks to me like you should find larger doorways and airplanes. :-)
I'm 6'1" and don't have those clearance problems. :-)

So maybe Geoff would have needed help. I know how big he is, and he wouldn't have the clearance problems either. :-)

The first time was hell. Every time after that it was OK. I know one guy that is here on the boards, he was wrestling for an hour with it and got sweaty. He told me thats when the cloths started coming off and he really went at it.


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