We went up to Green Ridge yesterday, it's nothing challenging but it's fun to get away for a few hours. And it's free and only a 45 min drive from where i'm at. Some of the holes were pretty deep due to some serious rain the last few days.
1996 F250 - 7.3L Powerstroke turbo diesel, TS 6 Position Chip, 3" downpipe to 4" straightpipe with 5" tip
1999 Jeep Cherokee Classic - 6.5" Rock Krawler long arm lift, sye and shaft, 33" Baja Claws(soon to be 35" STTs), JCR Stage 3 front bumper, steel rear bumper with swing out tire carrier and Hi-Lift jack, rocker guards, Cobra CB, KC Daylighters. SOLD
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2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport - 3" Rough Country full suspension lift, 31x10.50x15 Cooper Discoverer STTs. SOLD :(
hahaha i love driving in the snow. thats when i make the most money, i get to act as tow truck guy and charge cars to pull them out with my jeep just a bit cheaper then the an actual tow truck, i have a ball and if i cant pull them out i tell them to have fun and i leave!,
97 tj i6 3.5 RE superflex lift. hp dana 30 4.56 gears ausie up front. dana 44 33spline alloy usa shafts arb rear. tom woods supper short sye and matching cv ds. 35x12.50x15 goodyear MTR's with kevlar. york OBA system. Metal Cloak High Arch tube fenders!(my favorit mod!!!)
Originally Posted by Laxnyj18 View Post
If I am driving down the road, and a cop is going slower than the speed limit, I just pass him, as long as I'm on a two lane road, like RT.40 Never had a problem with it. I hate those *******s that slow down way below the speed limit when they see a cop!!! As long as your not going over the speed limit, why do that ****, that just causes accidents, and me getting pissed off, cause they think they can't pass a cop for no freakin reason.
I bought a nice recovery strap at Tractor Supply up in Elkton. 3" X 30'. 30,000 lb. break strenth. Its overkill, but better to have overkill, than something that you buy at those auto parts stores.
Their straps used to be made in U.S.A., but now they are made in Canada.... U.S.A. made stuff is always a plus, but the Canadians do a pretty good job too. Just don't buy the made in Korea, Taiwan, and China Junk.
If Lee Iacocca is still alive, then send him over to my place, so I can kick him in the nuts!
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