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[*] posted on 6-26-2017 at 05:23 PM


UPDATE: Because I hate when these threads aren't updated.

Swung over to SD to get some surfboards and then swung back and Went through Tecate about 1pm on a Monday. No one was really around. All of a sudden we were in Mexico. I had to stop a guy that was eating Ice Cream and wearing a badge to ask where to get out Pre printed FMM stamped. He glanced at the back of the truck and asked if that stuff was personal items. The leg of a chair and table was sticking out. I said "yes". He shrugged and pointed to where to park and where to get the FMM's stamped. No once cared about the truck stuffed with stuff.

Easy Peazy!

Thanks for everyone's help here though. It was super valuable and good to get input from Nomads who'd done it before!

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