Any specifics, Swing? I don't know about production models, but I
drove a pre-production press intro model last September and it was
impressive as hell--overpowered all to hell, too, for 99% of the
people who will buy it. It also had a turning radius about the same as
an aircraft carrier when you went off-road, though it handled well in
the rough as long as the turns were long radius.
Not being in the market for a truck, I was watching this one out of
general interest. And since Texas is the truck capital of the world
(statistically) I didn't want to get into another one of those raging
arguments of Ford v. everyone, Checy v. everyone, etc.
But I must say...
I heard the very distinct sound of "whizzzzzzzzzz" of the old Zebco
unreeling. I heard the plop of the cork and weight...
I don't get it. There hasn't been a good pissing match here for a
while. Seems like we were due for some name callin' and chest
Hehe ... You lay the lure with a big splash, right smack on target, and the
lunker ignores it! :)
We all know how important a tool the DOMINO is in a wooddorker's arsenal,
deserving of the utmost respect, a place of honor in the shop,and proper
care and handling, right?
Only the best will do for the DOMINO ... I mean, you can't carry one in just
any damned old truck, right Leon?
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