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Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk2 (1993-1999)' started by EnGbudd, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. EnGbudd

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    Your splitter can kill a hedgehog even when you think your car will just pass over it

    Sorry Mr hedgehog :drive2:
     
  2. Brummy

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    if it was low enough, it would snow-plough it out of the way ;)
     
  3. EnGbudd

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    it did for a few feet, I feel really bad now lol
     
  4. Brummy

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    mate, believe me , taking out birds with the ladders on top of the van and then having to skooosh the windows to get rid of bits is worse!
     
  5. EnGbudd

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    haha mate thats vile, Doesn't help my girlfriend being a vetinary nurse. Makes me feel a whole lot worse lol :D
     
  6. vngtx

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    if ur lucky the hedgehog would just get caught in the splitter vent :D
     
  7. EnGbudd

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    If only lol :D
     
  8. vngtx

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    i took the feathers off the head of a blackbird with mine the other day.
     
  9. Finan

    Finan i went jap.. :O

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    the only animal i killed is a bird. ... what are the odds lol a flying bird.
     
  10. crossedmike

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    you know ur ibiza is to low when wet leaves rip ur bumper off and you reattatch it

    also when you go to gti international and open ur bonnet to find hay in ur engine bay when there was no hay to be seen ?? lol
     
  11. vngtx

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    you know your ibiza is too low when you cant open your door when you park next to the kerb :cry:
     
  12. crossedmike

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    you know ur ibiza is to low when it takes a scissor jack at side to jack it up enough to then fit a bogger jack under the front haha
     
  13. vngtx

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    you know your ibiza is too low when you have to give the car a little lift (and nearly putting your back out) just to get the jack under.
     
  14. Brummy

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    Mate, i carry a block of wood in the boot to drive onto to get a jack anywhere near my car! :blink:
     
  15. crossedmike

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    haha i get pulled enough lol they will assume im some crazy nut and arrest me with a 2 x 4 lool
     
  16. Brummy

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    The one Ive got is like a sawn-off chunk of Scaffolding plank! I literally have to wedge it under the wheel and drive onto it to get the car high enough to jack up !
     
  17. crossedmike

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    thats dedication to the lowness haha least when ur old will be easy to get in haah not sure about out lmao
     
  18. Brummy

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    Im old and can still do both ;)
     
  19. crossedmike

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    haha i see lol :lol:
     
  20. Caffienated

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    I keep a couple of pieces of 3x2 to drive on so I can get the TJ under there.

    found it a pain getting it back dwn with the scissor jack...

    Edit: I having read further down I see this is even less original that I thought...
     

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