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post #12511 of 13727 Old 10-14-2013, 02:09 PM
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Ouch. That's more for "you know you give jeepers a bad name when…"

On topic, you know you drive a awesome yj when you are about to poop yourself on the way home and can do 80-85 with out a problem. God I love my yj. My tj which also had 4" lift and 33s was scary over 60-65.
I wish my yj could do 80. 4 BANGER 33S AND STOCK GEARS

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post #12512 of 13727 Old 10-14-2013, 02:24 PM
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I wish my yj could do 80. 4 BANGER 33S AND STOCK GEARS
Sucks to be you , I could burry the speedo on my 95 and 98 4 bangers with 4.88 and 33's

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post #12513 of 13727 Old 10-14-2013, 02:33 PM
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Sucks to be you , I could burry the speedo on my 95 and 98 4 bangers with 4.88 and 33's
I plan to re gear as soon as possible but it has not been a huge rush cause I don't dd my yj.
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-When you realize just how scary 75 is when you have the top off compared to top on (gotta love the i6)
When it's windy the top being ON is far scarier.

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You know you drive a YJ when you're exploring and decide to hit small trees rather than backing up and going around them.
Nice. These "tread lightly" guys have never done it, so they don't know it doesn't damage the trees. Dead ones are more fun though. Just don't start peeling out and leaving tracks everywhere. Enviro-nuts love using that as an excuse to close perfectly good 4x4 areas.

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post #12515 of 13727 Old 10-14-2013, 04:23 PM
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thats not so much a YKYDAYJ, thats more like you have a lot of time on your hands
Haha yeah but I really don't have a lot of time just have a yj

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Haha yeah but I really don't have a lot of time just have a yj
And a jk and a cj.. C'mon now bro. You got multiple items..

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post #12517 of 13727 Old 10-14-2013, 04:39 PM
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And a jk and a cj.. C'mon now bro. You got multiple items..

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post #12518 of 13727 Old 10-14-2013, 11:08 PM
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Ouch. That's more for "you know you give jeepers a bad name when…" On topic, you know you drive a awesome yj when you are about to poop yourself on the way home and can do 80-85 with out a problem. God I love my yj. My tj which also had 4" lift and 33s was scary over 60-65.
Ha. I can do 40 in first and bury it in 3rd with 2 more gears to go in my 91 with stock trans and 3.07 in the rear. Although I have a mild performance 302. Just got that baby in there. Oh god it sounds so good...... 80
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post #12519 of 13727 Old 10-15-2013, 03:49 AM
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Tread lightly?
Ok that sounded bad I should have added it's on my land and it is going to be develop. Just getting the fun out of it when I can. Sorry about the miss understanding.
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post #12520 of 13727 Old 10-15-2013, 03:55 AM
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When it's windy the top being ON is far scarier.



Nice. These "tread lightly" guys have never done it, so they don't know it doesn't damage the trees. Dead ones are more fun though. Just don't start peeling out and leaving tracks everywhere. Enviro-nuts love using that as an excuse to close perfectly good 4x4 areas.
Haha thanks! And it's on my property so It doesn't matter! People get upset about everything
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Haha thanks! And it's on my property so It doesn't matter! People get upset about everything
When it is on your private property it is your choice what you do. I just don't like to see people running trees over and what not on public lands/ohv parks.
My tread lightly comment was to be taken lightly as I did not know the full story. And it was way quicker then typing
Tread lightly on all public land, ohv parks, and apv riding areas.
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On topic, you know you drive a awesome yj when you are about to poop yourself on the way home and can do 80-85 with out a problem.


I'd find a toilet and fast.

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...you have a serious love hate relationship with it. (Such as working to get it back on the road/trail while at the same time thinking about pouring gasoline over it and tossing a match at it.)
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post #12524 of 13727 Old 10-15-2013, 09:58 AM
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I'd find a toilet and fast.
I was at work and our bathroom is like right in the lobby area. I live about 5 min on the freeway from work. Nothing like your own toilet ya know haha.
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I'd find a toilet and fast.

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