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AAHH well I had a wreck, I slid of a trail sideways and cought a tree stump and flipped over and rolled and the wheeler landed on my legs and it messed my right knee up tore and streched some ligaments and got some brusies but I will be ok but man do these crutches suck!!!!!

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AAHH well I had a wreck, I slid of a trail sideways and cought a tree stump and flipped over and rolled and the wheeler landed on my legs and it messed my right knee up tore and streched some ligaments and got some brusies but I will be ok but man do these crutches suck!!!!!

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Ya had and go an beat my shin-welt the size of a Volkswagon???

Woman...we gotta talk..... ;)

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