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Old 10-16-2018, 12:50 PM   #1
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Has anyone done this test ?

Does the fluke have to be low impedance to pickup on the readings ?

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That was really good. You have to give it to the kid, he was good at it. He was hitting every orange dot every time. Problem is, you have this strong healthy kid swinging a maul and he's about to find out he's been pranked. And he knows how to swing that thing like a champ. Oops!
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Thatís hilarious. You could see he was smashing that ground as hard and as fast as he could lol


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