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,I cut them down and drilled 18 in deep holes in the stump and filled with tree killer,,they had new sprouts on them this year
I was thinking ... The growing part of the tree is just under the bark, so you might do well to strip off as much bark as possible and drill your holes along the edge

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I have already cut down the trees (3 ) last year .I took a concrete drill bit and a hammer drill and drilled a 3/4 in hole 18 in deep in the stump and poured in tree amd brudh killer and it re sprouted this year ,I probably will have to get a stump grinder at least for the ones around the shop ,I don't like using chemicals I don't want to harm my Walnut or Pecan trees.
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I have already cut down the trees (3 ) last year .I took a concrete drill bit and a hammer drill and drilled a 3/4 in hole 18 in deep in the stump and poured in tree amd brudh killer and it re sprouted this year ,I probably will have to get a stump grinder at least for the ones around the shop ,I don't like using chemicals I don't want to harm my Walnut or Pecan trees.
Let them sprout, when the leaves are nearly full size, brush the stump killer on them. The tree will soak the poison into the roots and it will die. I do it all the time here with buckthorn, but I spray them. There are thousands per 100 square foot...
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As I was about to post this, I suddenly thought: This is probably the best thing that could happen to a Fiero...

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As I was about to post this, I suddenly thought: This is probably the best thing that could happen to a Fiero...

I've looked it over and came to the conclusion that it's missing the one item that would set it off. Fuzzy Dice!

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As I was about to post this, I suddenly thought: This is probably the best thing that could happen to a Fiero...
I once saw a trike made from a BMW, although the conversion was a much better job
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Okay, someone tell me the point of this...

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He wanted a convertible ,and a Camaro cost to much.lol
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Okay, someone tell me the point of this...

I see nothing strange about it. A lot of big wheels own a boat.

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Mabe for deep water launches .
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I'm guessing he wanted a Corvette, or some sort of fiberglass kit car. And he also wanted a 4x4. So instead of owning two vehicles, he settled on one combination vehicle!
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All I see is two off-road vehicles that don't belong together.
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needs west coast mirrors...
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Okay, someone tell me the point of this...

Swamp buggy
That, or maybe he spent all his money on the boat and couldn't afford a trailer for it
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I see nothing strange about it. A lot of big wheels own a boat.

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And we know what dogs do to big wheels
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