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Unread 05-01-2006, 04:26 PM   #196
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(Mods, edit if you want. I know this has absolutely nothing to do with xj vids)

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Thanks for your thoughts. I've actually yet to be four-wheelin', so I don't actually know how hard it is to winch someone up a slope, but I see your point. Just securing yourself to another vehicle obviously isn't as straight-forward as I was imagining it would be.
It's usually not a problem to secure the other car, the possible problems begin when you start moving. As I said, it's propably possible to use a winch to help someone go down, but it is still not the best way to do it - I'd say more like last possible option. Also, it's not a nice thing to have some hanging from your rear end when going down - it pretty much eliminates your possibility to control the rear of your vehicle. Ever been pulled out of deep snow bank or from mud? If yes, you propably have an idea what I mean. But as said, I've never really tried something like that, if someone has any experience he/ she might wanna share it with us?


..what comes to winching, I might not be the right guy to ask how hard it usually is. I've only needed to winch a normal- sized 4x4 vehicle a couple of times. All the other times have been these fellas (though I never needed to haul heavy artillery):

(yup, did manage to get one stuck up to its axles on a mudpit.. it wasn't funny..)




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Unread 05-04-2006, 09:21 AM   #197
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Great Lakes XJ met up for our first event of the year at Haspin Acre's in Laural IN.

Josh was kind enough to bring his video cam this past weekend and shoot some video for us.

Josh got me a large file, so I kinda cut it up to make it easier to view. I'd recomend being on high speed to try to view it.

Just a note, I didn't edit anything, I simply just cut it up a bit. I didn't add any music, it's raw footage. I'm not responsiable for what the people taking the video say either...

I'll keep it in order for you from the start of the day untill Josh took off. We did quite a bit more, but either cam wasn't on or Josh had already left. Thier is over an hour's worth of footage, so watch as you have time. Some of it is not worth viewing, some of it is....

Entering into the park/trails (19.2meg 5:19)
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Entering into the park/trails #2 (14.meg 4:04)
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Dropping into some trails (29.4meg 8:04)
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Further along that trail (13.8meg 3:50)
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Josh's whoops (19.9meg 5:30)
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Joe and Brian playing in mudhole (10.6meg 2:59)
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Taking a snack break (2.4meg 0:45)
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Brian having some fun (18.0meg 4:59)
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More trails headed to Backbone (11.8meg 3:18)
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Jason and Joe on Backbone (18.5meg 5:07)
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Adam Backbone (8.6meg 2:25)
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Josh Backbone (5.7meg 1:39)
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Nate Backbone (8.0meg 2:15)
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And some more trails (7.5meg 2:08)
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Playing on a small hill (9.2meg 2:36)
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Great videos! I thoroughly enjoyed watching those. Now I can't wait to get on a trail and do some of that stuff, though I certainly don't want to cave my door in.

I liked the way those XJ's sounded. Do they all have aftermarket exhausts and headers or are some of them still stock?
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Unread 05-04-2006, 02:26 PM   #198
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New one of me and my buddy matt. His is the blue '97 Sport (Skyjacker, AR Rims, 31" Firestone Destination MTs) ... Mine is the STOCK '01 (you'll see me take it swimming in 2 scenes ) I'm AMAZED at what it can do stock.

http://ec.scranton.edu/hubert/Cars/J...ails/Mines.wmv

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Unread 05-04-2006, 05:30 PM   #199
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New one of me and my buddy matt. His is the blue '97 Sport (Skyjacker, AR Rims, 31" Firestone Destination MTs) ... Mine is the STOCK '01 (you'll see me take it swimming in 2 scenes ) I'm AMAZED at what it can do stock.

http://ec.scranton.edu/hubert/Cars/J...ails/Mines.wmv

enjoy!

That thing still runs

if so it amazes me

Dont play on it living long running it like that


GREAT VIDEO
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Unread 05-04-2006, 05:34 PM   #200
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That thing still runs

if so it amazes me

Dont play on it living long running it like that


GREAT VIDEO

Runs like a champ
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Unread 05-04-2006, 06:59 PM   #201
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New one of me and my buddy matt. His is the blue '97 Sport (Skyjacker, AR Rims, 31" Firestone Destination MTs) ... Mine is the STOCK '01 (you'll see me take it swimming in 2 scenes ) I'm AMAZED at what it can do stock.

http://ec.scranton.edu/hubert/Cars/J...ails/Mines.wmv

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Sweet, great filming and editing! Now that's what a Jeep is for

The quality is pretty damn good too, what camera are you using, better yet are you using the memory card, or was that tape?

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Unread 05-05-2006, 05:54 AM   #202
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Sweet, great filming and editing! Now that's what a Jeep is for

The quality is pretty damn good too, what camera are you using, better yet are you using the memory card, or was that tape?

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Sony High-Definition MiniDV 4.0MP Handycam Camcorder with 2.7" SwivelScreen Color LCD


If you think the quality is good... you should have seen the original! It was originally 439mb for just 2mins of video. I had to shrink that to 30-something to get it to fit on my website:
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Unread 05-05-2006, 09:19 AM   #203
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Sony High-Definition MiniDV 4.0MP Handycam Camcorder with 2.7" SwivelScreen Color LCD


If you think the quality is good... you should have seen the original! It was originally 439mb for just 2mins of video. I had to shrink that to 30-something to get it to fit on my website:
That is a very nice camera for sure! Very good quality , and I can imagine how good it would be with the original. I take it you had the settings on the maximum quality too? That's alot of space for 2mins of film, haha!

Either way, I like your style

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Unread 05-05-2006, 03:21 PM   #204
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That is a very nice camera for sure! Very good quality , and I can imagine how good it would be with the original. I take it you had the settings on the maximum quality too? That's alot of space for 2mins of film, haha!

Either way, I like your style

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Yeah we had it on the max setting It looks insane on my HDTV. You can see every droplet of water hitting the windshields
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I liked the way those XJ's sounded. Do they all have aftermarket exhausts and headers or are some of them still stock?[/QUOTE]


some of them have custom exhausts ...but mine ....nahhhh straight pipe no muffler .....and im the one that caved the door in for real ..Josh and his new beauty ..well its only alittle scratch
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Unread 05-06-2006, 01:46 AM   #206
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Yeah we had it on the max setting It looks insane on my HDTV. You can see every droplet of water hitting the windshields
Can't wait till I get my hands on a HDV- camcorder.. I've been looking for one since they were introduced. The video quality is just amazingly good. Would be nice to see that original- vid from my silverscreen.. HD- resolution projectors are a nice thing when you have a big screen

How much you have to pay for that camcorder in the states? I think the cheapest Sony model almost anywhere here in Europe costs ~2500-3000$.
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Can't wait till I get my hands on a HDV- camcorder.. I've been looking for one since they were introduced. The video quality is just amazingly good. Would be nice to see that original- vid from my silverscreen.. HD- resolution projectors are a nice thing when you have a big screen

How much you have to pay for that camcorder in the states? I think the cheapest Sony model almost anywhere here in Europe costs ~2500-3000$.
He paid $1700 USD for it
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Unread 05-06-2006, 02:41 PM   #208
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Oh damn.. should've bought one from US when I was there a while ago
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http://videos.streetfire.net/video/0...2501A77FE6.htm

Short video of me wheelin yesterday...
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Unread 05-07-2006, 09:16 AM   #210
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finally get to see that "accidental chop" of yours Nice video, was that at Dam Neck?
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