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Old 04-28-2010, 11:15 PM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

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Amen, don't ride at night


Now he tells me hehe..

Woohoo lucky me I can finally vote in this poll.

Unfortunately its cause I hit a deer 2 weeks ago. Here is my tale.

Cliff notes - I hit a deer doing 65 mph at night in the middle of nowhere in West Texas. I killed the deer, swerved like mad off the road, managed to keep the bike up, truly a miracle. No other bike but a BMW woulda stayed up I do believe. I got SOO lucky!

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Old 05-12-2010, 11:25 PM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

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Now he tells me hehe..

Woohoo lucky me I can finally vote in this poll.

Unfortunately its cause I hit a deer 2 weeks ago. Here is my tale.

Cliff notes - I hit a deer doing 65 mph at night in the middle of nowhere in West Texas. I killed the deer, swerved like mad off the road, managed to keep the bike up, truly a miracle. No other bike but a BMW woulda stayed up I do believe. I got SOO lucky!

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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

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no deer , yet, but one rabbit that got stuck in the front wheel and endoed me, a javelina, couple dogs.Ohh, one deer on a bike, but the deer was hit by the truck ahead of me, didnt see it untill it was right in front of me laying on its side.I did a tankslapper, changed lanes several times and kept going, I swear I heard bones break as I went over it.So it was already dead when I hit it, does it still count?


Only if you got fresh blood and hair on your tire.
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I counted six seperate deer on the side of the road at dusk earlier this year in NE rual Georgia. Needless to say, I slowed down and drove hyper-vigilantly with the high beam on with knees locked on the tank and arms stiff- braced for impact. Wasn't a very pleasent trip. Also, on a different occassion, I had a bird lodge in between my visor and helmet for about 3 seconds. I didn't know what to do and didn't react. It finally unlodged itself and flew away. Luckily, I was wearing sunglasses. Squirrels are a real problem here in Atlanta. I don't bother changing my line or braking any more when I see one in front of me. I've heard of riders crashing trying not to hit them. I don't flinch when I see them nor should you. At 600+ lbs. you will hardly notice the slight bump.
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Old 06-05-2010, 10:43 AM
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Only if you got fresh blood and hair on your tire.
I got fresh something in my shorts, that count?
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Old 06-06-2010, 01:24 AM
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We were north of San Francisco, at night, headed for Point Reyes National Seashore, riding in a pea-soup fog, not going very fast, more worried about being hit from the rear by some fool than what might have been hidden in the mist.

Suddenly, there was a whole herd of deer standing on the road. I stopped about six inches from a doe. She turned her head and looked me in the eye, seemed to yawn, and ambled off the road.

Shortly ahead was a parking lot where my friend and I left the bike, walked past the "No Camping" sign to the beach, crawled into our zip-together sleeping bags and called it a night.

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I think I would have tackled it and punched it to a nice tenderized steak. The nerve of the deer these days. They will never learn if we are kind to them.
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Old 06-06-2010, 01:54 AM
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Does the meat really fall off the bone at that speed when you hit it? I'm certainly glad that your buddy survived and sad about his bike.
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Old 06-06-2010, 02:12 AM
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I got fresh something in my shorts, that count?
Only if your Bear Grylls. It's a love- hate relationship with those damn things. They kill, injure and cause so much property damage that we should have a year long hunting season every 5 years.
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

Hit a few over the years with a rifle (hope theirs no bad karma to that)
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

Several, some colorful, some not so much. Trashed my Ducati ST2 when a small doe plowed into the side while leaned over. She took out the radiator, then part of her went around the back wheel. I managed to stay upright. The guy riding behind me was plucking visceral fur bits off him for an hour.

Another time, I smacked a big doe broadside doing about 80 in eastern Oregon. That one ended badly. R1100S in several pieces, me with broken ribs (almost all of them), shoulder, collarbone, wrist, thumb, trashed spleen, punctured lung, etc. And I so loved that bike.

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Old 08-25-2010, 01:25 AM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

Yep hit one on my dirtbike in 2001. 5th gear pinned (75 mph?) then she jumped out in front of me. After smashing my body down the road for few hundred feet and ending up upside down in the ditch, I decided the tumble wasn't all that bad. My tongue told me I had all my teeth so it was time to figure out which way was up.... OUCH! On my head kissing my @$$ and everything hurt. Didn't break anything but I badly bruised my knee from twisting it and was purple and green from my left ear down my side to my knee. 3 weeks off work, a $35 pair of handle bars and a tube of JB Weld for the radiator and I was on again!

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Old 08-25-2010, 08:58 PM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

I voted yes, I hit a 120lb lab on my Lt so that's close enough. High sided and only broke a foot and little road rash. Slid about 80 ft almost went all they way through my kevlar gloves, did go through my mesh armoured jacket and (I hate to admit) cotton pants. Little road rash to remember. I look at it as a very good thing: 1. I Survived 2. I'm a better rider because of it 3. Rebuilt the lt sold for pretty good money and got an RS because the pillion was afraid I couldn't hold up the lt with my foot. That was 3 years ago and love the RS.
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Old 09-21-2010, 01:52 PM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

I've hit 3 in my car, none on the bike.
But, does a buzzard count? My wife was following and said he went every way but straight!
I also hit a deer hound hot on the trail. He turned a flip over the bike and took off again in the wrong direction.
But, have had many close calls with deer on my daily rides
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Old 09-21-2010, 09:35 PM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

A mere 7 hours after my deer post, I just finished cleaning out my underwear.
Coming home tonight, a big doe trotted out in the road and nearly T-boned me full body slam. She was about 4" from me when I hollowed (maybe screamed) and slapped at here nose. She then stopped and I kept going with my heart up around my teeth. I just knew I was a goner. The closest with out actually hitting one. Bad on the nerves!
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Old 11-02-2010, 07:02 AM
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So what category do I put my wolf encounter? Yep..hit one on my Alaska trip this past summer... Thoughs animals are one tough hombre!
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Just curious as to what ship. I used to work on those waters quite a lot back in the day.........tkm
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

Yes,

5 weeks ago on Tennessee HWY 30 outside of Dayton on the way to Tellico Plains for a weekend in the mountains. It was 9:30 in the morning when I topped a little rise at 65mph, and there she stood. Totaled my K1200s, broke 2 ribs, and a collar bone along with various other injuries. Shredded or destroyed over $1,500 in gear.

I'm just now getting over it.

Oh, and as a result of being off work healing was let go from my job due to "cutbacks". Yeah right............

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Yes,

5 weeks ago on Tennessee HWY 30 outside of Dayton on the way to Tellico Plains for a weekend in the mountains. It was 9:30 in the morning when I topped a little rise at 65mph, and there she stood. Totaled my K1200s, broke 2 ribs, and a collar bone along with various other injuries. Shredded or destroyed over $1,500 in gear.

I'm just now getting over it.

Oh, and as a result of being off work healing was let go from my job due to "cutbacks". Yeah right............

Wow... that sucks... I hope your healing goes well. Your insurance should cover all, or at least part of your destroyed protective gear. Sorry to hear of your job loss... tough times we live in now...
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Old 12-03-2010, 05:24 PM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

A friend once had a deer ricochet off the faring of his 83 R80RT. He managed to keep the bike upright. Cracked the faring and broke off the turn signal. Very lucky for him...and I think the deer was alright too.
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Old 12-03-2010, 05:28 PM
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TNrider,

That does suck. Hope you heal fast and you're able to find another job soon. take care.
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Ouch!!!
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

Well, the deer actually ran into my right system case, broke her neck, broke the hooks on the case and the turn signal pod, otherwise, no damage.
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Old 12-09-2010, 07:04 PM
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

Happy, happy, live Hawaii! No deer on Oahu. Got mongoose, ferel chickens and the occasional wild boar. The chickens and mongoose aren't big enough to cause a problem. The boars make a rare appearance but they pretty much keep to the deep forest. Had a pigeon bounce off my front faring and my helmet one morning. Glad I always wear the brain bucket! It's the friggen potholes in our crappy roads that ya gotta run a slalom course around! At least they stay put!
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

How about turning this thread into recommendations for avoiding a deer strike? Some suggestions to get started ...

1. If you must ride at night, stay on the Interstate or well-lit urban corridors. Stay off country roads at night.

2. In Colorado your horn gets their attention. They usually stop. Not sure if that works for deer East of the Mississippi.

3. ???

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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

The deer hit me about 2 PM. Suggestions I have are:

...Ride toward the center of the road, not in your highest gear, so you have some acceleration.

...Don't ride alone like Larry Grodsky. The deer strike didn't kill Larry, he laid in the road and was run over by a van sometime later. That came from a Texas DPS Trooper who reviewed the crime scene report.

I also purchased a Deer Avoidance System, http://www.xp3hornet.com/ reviewed by MCN as working to distract the deer. I figured it can't hurt.
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Good idea about turning it into a regular feature however as far as the horn idea goes, out here in California, the deer seem to get even more unpredictable when spooked by noise.

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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

No, I have not hit a deer with my motorcycle. The day before Thanksgiving I ran over a deer carcass with my Buick Le Sabre. The impact fractured the front motor mount.

Glad I was in the car for that one.

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Hit one with the truck on Sunday. Spun it around and banged the passenger door...



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Hit one with the truck on Sunday. Spun it around and banged the passenger door...



Bummer Bud,new truck as well. I hope you threw it in the back of the truck and got some meat out of it?
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I also purchased a Deer Avoidance System, http://www.xp3hornet.com/ reviewed by MCN as working to distract the deer. I figured it can't hurt.
I've had the same unit for years now. While I have no evidence that it works, I don't have any that it doesn't either

I don't have one for each bike YET, but I swear that the deer are seen going away from me on most encounters with the hornet.
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Bummer Bud,new truck as well. I hope you threw it in the back of the truck and got some meat out of it?



No...

Had the family with me and the yuck factor was at a high...

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No...

Had the family with me and the yuck factor was at a high...

You coming for a few rides on sticks?

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Hit a sheep at about 85 mph near 4 corners, AZ. '02 1150GS fully loaded. Lesson learned... don't watch the flock at the side of the road, keep attention focused on what's in front.

Had no time to change path (probably a good thing), just went straight through the poor little critter (about 40 lbs I'd guess). Kinda like hitting a shit balloon. Just saw a brown spray pattern, significant torque transfer through the handle bars, nothing left of the sheep. Never went down, was able to chase Japanese liter bikes in Colorado at 100+ the following day. Finally had to change the ball joint in the Telelever assy.

Don't try this with a deer!
My riding buddy had a great time observing this event.
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

I hit a small baby doe two years ago the size of a large dog. I was going 35mph slowed it down to 20mph when I saw her beside the road then she jumped in front of me. I shut her down tagged her good she did two summer salts and ran off. Only damage I had was a broken PIA Driving Light. Stupid Deer...... I love ABS brakes!!!!!
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

I could have hit one here right on my property, if I were in a vehicle. Around 20h00h tonight, there were seven of those four legged mammals in my yard. No need to say that they left quickly. Unable to get my camera for a picture.
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I nearly clipped one's butt (missed him by a foot!) in the M this past week @ approx 50 MPH. Didn't even have time to hit the brakes - Scared the oatmeal out of me!
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... I'm just wondering how many of you have actually hit a deer?

My first weekend (4th of July, to boot) after starting a new job in upstate NY. I had grandiose plans to ride up through the Adirondacks to Thousand Islands on my K75 to see some friends. Got as far as Wells, NY on Route 28 or 30 (can never remember which is which,) when I came around a left hand sweeper. A bunch of forest rats on the right shoulder nibbling. Made the mistake of keeping my eye on the stationary ones and didn't see the one moving along side me. By the time I was on the brakes, it was in front of me. My left hand punched it in the ass, throwing me off the right side of the bike at about 70 mph. I'm fortunate for wide shoulders on that road. I ended up in a cast from my knuckles to my armpit until Labor day, when a new cast was put on for another 6 weeks, though only to my elbow, so I could ride again ;-)

Now, at the first sign of these critters, I'm on the brakes ASAP.
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Old 06-22-2011, 09:43 AM
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Yesterday I entered the "hit a deer group" with not 1 deer, but 2 deer, left both of them dead on the road. It happened at 12:20PM, on the North Cascade Hwy, heading east. They gave me about 1 or 2 seconds from the time they stepped in front of me, turned and looked at me, and stopped. I tried to split them, hit the ass end of the frist, the front sholder of the second. I don't know how, but I did not go down. My bike is a mess, the whole right side is tore up. It even put a ding on the rear wheel where the muffler got pushed into it. I'm very lucky, it could of been so much worse.
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Old 06-24-2011, 02:47 AM
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What a shame. Glad to hear you made it out alive. Sorry about your bike. I hope that maybe you got some deer meat out of the deal. Also, glad to hear that you didn't go down since it could have been far worse. Any details like speed and tracking so we could all learn how to up our survivability rate if and when something like this happens? I ride roads at times that are loaded with deer and consider myself lucky thus far. So far, my strategy is to obviously apply the brakes but to maintain a straight course. Works well with squirrels so far. I don't even bat an eye but just release the throttle. Most of the time they finally decide to get out of the way and if they don't it's only a small soft bump. I've heard of too many riders veering off the road or in the other lane on the account of small game and ending up in a worse situation than if they were to take it out. One buddy spent 2 months in hospital by leaving the road to avoid hitting a rabbit. This guy spent time in Afghanistan and Iraq running high risk missions with no incidents. Just go's to show you that you have to be prepared I've learned.
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On the way to the Grand National Springfield Mile two small deer ran out onto Route 36 just east of Marysville, Kansas in front of me. I knew I was going to miss one of the deer but I also knew I was going to hit the second. I veered right so not to center punch it and as a rusult hit the deer in the upper neck area. That caused the deer's body to swing around punch out the turing signal, rip off the mirror and tear the saddle bag from its hinge, breaking the mount. I did not go down or get hurt in anyway. I wrapped two bungee cords to secure the bag and took off. I rode another 150 miles before stopping for the night. The next day I rode the bike on to Springfield, Illinois.

While in Illinois, a friend and I attached a stem mirror from an old BMW and it fit perfectly into the handle bars. I attended both the Mile (Sunday) and the National TT race on Monday. Tuesday, I packed up and rode the bike to Engle Motors in Kansas City and left it there to have and estimate done. I rented a car and went home to Colorado.

My great, 1996 K1100LT Special Edition was found to be totalled mainly due to cracks in a costly fairing and a bent bracket. I settled with the insurance company and kept the machine and in just a few days (thanks to Mike Jones of Engle's) sold the bike to a private party. A weekago last Saturday, Mike called me and said he had just taken in a 2007 K1200GT and he wanted to know if I was interested in it. I told him, yes! Last Tuesday I did a one way car rental and drove to Kansas City to pick up the GT. I rode straight through from Kansas city to Colorado on Thursday.

Ps. While at the dealer, the gentleman who bought my bike came in. He was riding the bike with the mirror still on the handlebars and deer hair coming out of the cracks in the saddle bag.
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Hit a deer with a Jeep Cherokee. Had almost gotten it stopped when I hit the deer. Killed the deer and the neighbor took it. Stove in the radiator on the Jeep, but it still worked fine. Ever since I've put deer whistles on my vehicles and haven't hit one since (knock on wood).

A friend of mine hit one with his Harley and killed the deer and totaled the Harley. He now has deer whistles on his replacement Harley.
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Clipped one at highway speed Saturday causing a scary front end wobble that the bike came out of. Pretty lucky. Don't find any damage to the bike so far as I think the impact was all with the tire. It wasn't my day as I had witnessed a nasty 2 bike crash in the next lane to me earlier and also been hit by hail storm five miles from home later.

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Missed quite a few. They are EVERYWHERE in Colorado.
Was driving (my truck) between Carbondale Co. and Aspen ,early morning, before sunup, and was in the canyon following a guy on a bike, when a deer jumped OVER him kicking him in the head (helmet), he didn't go down, but pulled over. I pulled over to see if he was o.k. . There was clearly a hoof print on his helmet.
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Got 2 bats to my name. No deer or other animals.
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....A friend of mine hit one with his Harley and killed the deer and totaled the Harley. He now has deer whistles on his replacement Harley.

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11-10-11 Center punched a deer at 45mph on the wifes Suzuki B-King (my K1200GT was in the shop-suprise) anyway pretty much split the deer in half, got knocked out for 10 min, broke 3 ribs, punchured a lung, lacerated spleen and broke my hand. 3 days in the hospital and $3000 cosmetic damage to the bike. Glad to be here.

I have ridden over 800,000 miles on motorcycles and well over a million miles in other vehicles and this is the first deer I hit in 38 years. All I can say is watch out, it can happen to you!
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Fortunately never hit one on the bike....a big raccoon is the largest animal I've it on the bike and that was on my R75/5. Ran right over it...big bump in the road. Stopped and checked out the bike, no damage to be seen other than some hair. Road easy for a while to make sure all was well.

I have hit four deer with four wheel vehicles. One in Illinois totaled an old van. One in Wisconsin hit every panel on the right side of my brand new pickup truck. In Ohio I hit two at the same time with a new Pontiac Montana...the brakes worked well and I got the speed down to about 15mph when I hit them. The two stupid deer just stood there in the road as I screeched to a stop.

A lot of close calls in Michigan. Had a black bear run across the road in the UP....about 100 years ahead of me. Decided not to camp that night.

I have greatly reduced my night riding here in Ohio. A few days ago I had 14 deer in my back yard. I live in a hilly area with lots of blind curves...and that is on the Federal and state roads.

Got up to the mid 60's today...had a great ride on those hills and curves!
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Re: Have you ever hit a deer?

I remember 20 years ago here a guy hit and escaped horse. Double fatality, him and the horse.

Anyway, I just bought some of those deer whistle things you stick on. Not sure if they work or if I'll install, but saw them and grabbed them, figure I'll do some research for info if they seem to work, which is how I found this poll
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A friend of mine operates 16 semi's, all cattle haulers. Two years ago he installed deer whistles on 8 of them. After 12 months he told me the trucks with whistles nailed 21 deer, the trucks without, 17. He thinks they're a joke.
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I'm not surprised. Plus if they can here the whistles, they can here my motor? But your buddy's point is obvoiusly hearsay too. I bought them figuring I can return them to wallyworld if I don't install. But I'll try to find some studies and determine where the reality seems to be.
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A friend of mine operates 16 semi's, all cattle haulers. Two years ago he installed deer whistles on 8 of them. After 12 months he told me the trucks with whistles nailed 21 deer, the trucks without, 17. He thinks they're a joke.

Anyway, I didn't mean to imply that I discounted your perspective. It is exactly this type of hearsay that I'm looking for, but just from more than one source. I'm increasingly sure that they are useless, but bought them because it would reming me to look it up then I can return them when I confirm that they are likely useless.
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Obviously it's not a scientific study but I don't think it's hearsay when he told me that himself. I know three of the drivers as well and they just laugh about them. On the other side of the coin, I also have a neighbor who swears by them, he's never hit a deer since installing them. 'Course he's 78 and never drives over 55... I think proving they work would be like proving people who wear red win more often at craps.
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...would be like proving people who wear red win more often at craps.

Funny way of putting a thought I had earlier today from a guy that says he gets better gas mileage with a particular brand of oil. Along that line, the fact is that everone who eats carrots eventually die...
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Did the cattle in the trailers try to jump out? If it bothered one it should bother another.
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Think of the physics behind their supposed operating principle. It is obvious they cannot work.

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Think of the physics behind their supposed operating principle. It is obvious they cannot work.

http://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/cepublicatio...77/eb1677.html

I agree with your verdict, but not your logic. Your point mentions physics but you link to an article that doesn't mention physics. The physics of it is real, similar to as the physics of the animal hearing your typical car noises is real, though it doesn't prevent accidents above the car noise preventing the accident.
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