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By kayak probs / Tuesday 30 July 2013 14:13 / United States - Newtown
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By  UnoriGal  |  17

Anyone else thinking of NCIS while reading this?

OP should try and disassemble the kayak into parts that can make it out the door then reassemble it, no? (I have no idea whether that would actually work with kayaks though...) Either way, good luck, OP!

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  Booda_Shun  |  28

I know of a guy who smashed a hole in his house to remove his replica Lamborghini Countach he spent 17 years building... That might work!

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  Cupcake040  |  17

Wouldn't breaking the kayak down into 3-4 pieces put stress on the ability for it to float and resist water? Im not saying that you would never be able to make it float ever again but i do think that cutting it up would definitely ruin some of its long term durability.

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  SokDek  |  14

Reminds me of the guy that built a Countach replica in his basement.. Took him 15 years, he had to cut a hole in the floor and use a crane to get it out.. And after all that trouble he sold it!

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

Maybe I'm the dumb one..I thought that plan was flawless. And to make sure he could row it out after he floods his basement, he can use sticks of butter to lube up the doorway! It works in cartoons, so obviously it has to work in this situation.

By  UnoriGal  |  17

Anyone else thinking of NCIS while reading this?

OP should try and disassemble the kayak into parts that can make it out the door then reassemble it, no? (I have no idea whether that would actually work with kayaks though...) Either way, good luck, OP!

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  cdncw  |  20

Yep, Gibbs was the first thing that came to mind reading this...

Also, I'm at work and someone just asked for scissors... I pulled out my knife. He looked at me funny as I flipped it open for him, so I said "Rule Number Nine".... I don't think he watches the show, he was even more confused after that.

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