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post #1 of 17 Old 06-27-2005, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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Sizzle 'n' Jeeps Wheelin Pics

Me and Jeeps'R'Fun went wheelin today. It was a good lesson in how much better lifted is than stock. . .

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Looks like fun. I'm in Oregon also, about 30 miles SE of Portland. Where you guys wheelin at? We have some similar looking trails local here. Thinking about heading up one of them in a bit if the wife gets home before dark. There is a new geocache up the hill I want to go get.


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we let the rigs cool off for a bit, before i went and got stuck, how you like my ace! and see how the bfg ATs turned to highway tires! then i felll in the mud. so jeeps pulled me out and showed me how its done!!!
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jeeps makes it look like nothing . . .
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looks like u had a blast, i wish i had more mud like that around here. Me 'tinks u need some new rubber, perhaps larger ones, maybe some mt's

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looks like u had a blast, i wish i had more mud like that around here. Me 'tinks u need some new rubber, perhaps larger ones, maybe some mt's
ya, i kinda regret just buying the Ats a few weeks ago, when i really shoulda bought mts. maybe next time . . .
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Me jealous...... Love them muddy jeeps!!!


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It was a good time all around. Fun was had by all . Thanks for putting those up Sizzle. Next time we'll have to check out that other place I was telling you about.

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did you get my pm about how my rig was in park and the 4wd in gear when i was tryiing to pull it out. So, im sure that the hook would have snapped off way before i could have towed it out. . . details
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I guess that would explain why it didn't want to budge.

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nice...that looks like a blast...

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God I wish I could get out on some trails like that. There just isn't much around me. Maybe I'll take a trip to the badlands someday. Looks like loads of fun. And nice jeeps, both of you.

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Looks like fun. I'm in Oregon also, about 30 miles SE of Portland. Where you guys wheelin at? We have some similar looking trails local here. Thinking about heading up one of them in a bit if the wife gets home before dark. There is a new geocache up the hill I want to go get.
were from the eugene area, did you find anything good at the geocache?
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were from the eugene area, did you find anything good at the geocache?
Nah, we headed up just before dark and it is in a different area than I thought. There is a mild trail that goes to a remote rock quarry that I now believe is where the cache is. I have been up there before, and last time I made it in 2wd when I was bone stock, but I've made a lot of mods since then and didn't want to find a loose bolt or something up there in the dark, with the wife and kids, where my cell doesn't work, no recovery gear just in case, and a long walk to the nearest house. So I took the ultra safe route and will go back up this week with a friend, or at least a come a long. I would have fealt better about trying it if my SYE/DS was installed and I had taken the time to retorque everything today like I wanted.


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I can't believe that I almost ran over a bottle, in the second pic from the top .

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