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  Reply # 846722 28-Jun-2013 12:59
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insane: Ever wanted to know what was inside a UFB cabinet? Someone just found out.












OMG that is nasty, I would cry if that was my cabinet :'( !!




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  Reply # 846760 28-Jun-2013 14:36
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insane: I think I've worked out why this happened, they were just following the signs



Or perhaps they should have opted for the $99 wheel alignment earlier also.

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  Reply # 846766 28-Jun-2013 14:48
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johnr:
linw: I thought a selling point of UFB was its reliability??!!!


The cabinets are not designed to be run over


maybe they should be! :P





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  Reply # 846788 28-Jun-2013 15:30
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hamish225:
johnr:
linw: I thought a selling point of UFB was its reliability??!!!


The cabinets are not designed to be run over


maybe they should be! :P


Maybe a faster version of these with sensors 

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  Reply # 846799 28-Jun-2013 15:38
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Then you end up with lols like this




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  Reply # 876742 13-Aug-2013 21:00
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johnr:
linw: I thought a selling point of UFB was its reliability??!!!


The cabinets are not designed to be run over

Clearly they are. They should instead be designed to rebuff attempts to run them over ;p.

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