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  • Furry Seat Belt Pillow

    I got a furry seat belt pillow from Wal-Mart, actually Rick bought it cuz i wanted it. It velcros around the seat belt where it chafes your shoulder. There is no more chafing with this seat belt pillow! It rocks! You've got to try it. Great for when you're wearing no-sleeve shirts. :yay:
    :gun:'99 TJ Sport:gun:

  • #2
    How well does it sop up the arse sweat?

    I might need one of those
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    • #3
      pretty good mang, i bet you could just stick one down there. i recommend the fleece one, the one that i have. didn't have any shoulder sweat probs, so you might be in luck!
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      • #4
        hmmmmmm . . . I might have to get me one of those
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        • #5
          ummmmm that doesn't sound to good
          2001 TACOJ-7 with RE 6" long arm kit and 4" all pro lonp travel leaf springs in the rear with 37" MTR's, Kilby's gas tank skid plate, 4XDoctors rocker panels, Skid Row engine skid and steering box skid plate, M.O.R.E steering brace etc.. 99 Toyota Tacoma rear axle with 4.10's and E-locker, and 78 HP Dana 44 front with waggy axle shafts, flat tops, manual hubs, with chevy brakes.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by TACOJ-7
            ummmmm that doesn't sound to good
            depends
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dukes69
              depends
              on ?????????????????
              2001 TACOJ-7 with RE 6" long arm kit and 4" all pro lonp travel leaf springs in the rear with 37" MTR's, Kilby's gas tank skid plate, 4XDoctors rocker panels, Skid Row engine skid and steering box skid plate, M.O.R.E steering brace etc.. 99 Toyota Tacoma rear axle with 4.10's and E-locker, and 78 HP Dana 44 front with waggy axle shafts, flat tops, manual hubs, with chevy brakes.

              1990 XJ With 30's

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TACOJ-7
                on ?????????????????
                on what sounds good to whom.

                sounds good to me
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dukes69
                  on what sounds good to whom.

                  sounds good to me
                  ok if you say so lol
                  2001 TACOJ-7 with RE 6" long arm kit and 4" all pro lonp travel leaf springs in the rear with 37" MTR's, Kilby's gas tank skid plate, 4XDoctors rocker panels, Skid Row engine skid and steering box skid plate, M.O.R.E steering brace etc.. 99 Toyota Tacoma rear axle with 4.10's and E-locker, and 78 HP Dana 44 front with waggy axle shafts, flat tops, manual hubs, with chevy brakes.

                  1990 XJ With 30's

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TACOJ-7
                    ok if you say so lol
                    I do
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Trailbst
                      I thought you were saying "Depends", ya know, like the adult diapers. Think that would soak up the ass sweat.
                      I was, but something got screwed up down the line
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Trailbst
                        OH. Next trail run, you should try wearing a pair. You'd never have to run off into the bushes to relieve yourself. Just wash really good when you got to the campsite. ROFL.
                        you mean I cant wallow in my own filth?
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