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post #481 of 530 Old 02-21-2013, 08:27 PM
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Even though I couldn't see or communicate with him, he was definitely back there for the 4 hour trip haha

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post #482 of 530 Old 02-21-2013, 10:50 PM
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Even though I couldn't see or communicate with him, he was definitely back there for the 4 hour trip haha

Sent from my turtle in a half shell.
He must really really like you. I would prefer to ride on a roof rack for 4 hours over that.
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post #483 of 530 Old 02-22-2013, 06:26 AM
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He must really really like you. I would prefer to ride on a roof rack for 4 hours over that.
If he was on a roof rack I would have to start a thread called, "What can I put ON my Jeep?" haha

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Even though I couldn't see or communicate with him, he was definitely back there for the 4 hour trip haha

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You do realize how ubber dangerous that is.... I suspect in some States a driver would be locked up for reckless driving..
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post #485 of 530 Old 02-22-2013, 07:08 PM
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You do realize how ubber dangerous that is.... I suspect in some States a driver would be locked up for reckless driving..
Yes, but it's no more dangerous than having people ride in the back of a pickup truck. Which I do believe is still legal in some states. I think Texas still allows it if any Texans want to chime in here. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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You do realize how ubber dangerous that is.... I suspect in some States a driver would be locked up for reckless driving..
One could argue that lifting your jeep, putting heavy impact resistant bumpers, large tires, and driving with no doors is highly dangerous too.

The guy looks old enough to make decisions and he decided to ride back there. Its on him.
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post #487 of 530 Old 02-22-2013, 08:20 PM
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Tennessee allows people in the back of pickups.

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Tennessee allows people in the back of pickups.
There ya go.

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post #489 of 530 Old 02-23-2013, 07:07 AM
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Yes, but it's no more dangerous than having people ride in the back of a pickup truck. Which I do believe is still legal in some states. I think Texas still allows it if any Texans want to chime in here. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Hence the reason I said "Some States".... Btw, "some States" have decided that some lifted vehicles are dangerous. Hence reason "some States" have lift laws.
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post #491 of 530 Old 02-23-2013, 01:35 PM
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You do realize how ubber dangerous that is.... I suspect in some States a driver would be locked up for reckless driving..
I think you should call his mother and tell on him....
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I think you should call his mother and tell on him....
I think I will call her (LOL)
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Another recliner picture. Found in the woods on a trail clean up event a few years ago.



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Another recliner picture. Found in the woods on a trail clean up event a few years ago.



Nice move with the seat belts!

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I once had to pick up 4 teenagers (all big boys btw, not one under 6ft or 250 lbs) from a high school dance in my yj w no backseat and a hardtop. I already had my fiance with me and to top it all off the boys decided they wanted to bring home one of the helium balloon columns so I drove home with the boys basically bubble packed in the back. lol. a couple balloons popped and one boy kept saying HEY stop popping my balloons.. lol. the entire experience was hilarious. I know it wasnt legal in California but we managed. aaaah, fond memories.
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