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Old 07-31-2006, 11:55 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by soused moose
After 80 jello shots …. 50 percent of the Cheerleaders took their tops off …but the bus did not get any lighter.
After 150 jello shots …49 percent more of the girls whipped their tops off and one passed out….but still no weight difference.
Is that 49% of the remaining 50% or 49% from the original 100%? One would yield a bus almost completely full of half nekkid cheerleaders while the other would yield about 75% nekkidicity which is still respectable, but you know....
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Old 08-03-2006, 12:32 PM   #12
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1981 IH BB Conventional, MV 404 gasoline engine, 545 Allison. 11 rows of seats, 35 feet bumper to bumper. When I drove it home from First Student it weighed 6500 on the front axle and 11700 on the rear for a total of 18200. GVWR is 27080. Those are the facts.

But the scientific approach sounds more fun!
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That makes me nervous since your dimensions are the same as mine basically, but I have a lot of conversion stuff installed and a big, heavy diesel engine on top of that with plates that are only good to 18,000 lbs. Oh well....no cop in his right mind would pull THAT bus over.
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Old 12-06-2006, 12:04 PM   #14
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