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post #136 of 5556 Old 09-19-2005, 02:39 AM
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Hey Golden One, did you get stuck in that sand?


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post #137 of 5556 Old 09-19-2005, 06:33 AM
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EDIT- actually i think you're right it does look like hes stuck.

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post #138 of 5556 Old 09-19-2005, 06:35 AM
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EDIT- actually i think you're right it does look like hes stuck.
I would say he is stuck. The frame is so close to the ground I would have to say his axles are bottomed out in the sand.

lol you edited it right when I was quoting you. Cheater.
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post #139 of 5556 Old 09-19-2005, 07:51 AM
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Yes I was stuck in sand. IT doesnt look like it, but it was the crest of an 87 foot hill. I didnt air my tires down enough, and I just put too much loud pedal, and let the sand fly. It was all good though, after some digging, I was pulled out by a TJ. After airing down to 13 psi, I made the 110 ft hill no problem.

Here is another view of the hill.


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Yes I was stuck in sand. IT doesnt look like it, but it was the crest of an 87 foot hill. I didnt air my tires down enough, and I just put too much loud pedal, and let the sand fly. It was all good though, after some digging, I was pulled out by a TJ. After airing down to 13 psi, I made the 110 ft hill no problem.
Thats pretty cool. I think we have all been stuck before. Personally I havnt gotten stuck in my Jeep yet but I got stuck in my 2WD Dodge Dakota once...no...twice...wait...ok...quite a few times. Point is we all get stuck...even the baddest of bad ***'s get stuck every now and then. Hell I would have spun my tires in the sand like that just for kicks. Reminds me I need to buy a shovel or two to keep in the Jeep in case that happenes.
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Thats pretty cool. I think we have all been stuck before. Personally I havnt gotten stuck in my Jeep yet but I got stuck in my 2WD Dodge Dakota once...no...twice...wait...ok...quite a few times. Point is we all get stuck...even the baddest of bad ***'s get stuck every now and then. Hell I would have spun my tires in the sand like that just for kicks. Reminds me I need to buy a shovel or two to keep in the Jeep in case that happenes.
Exactly, once i stopped moving and dug myself a small hole, I said F it and floored it, and watched the roost go! It was my first stuck in the xj.

I have a morning ritual that I need to share. I call it "the terminator". First I crouch down in the shower in the classic "naked terminator traveling through time" pose. With my eyes closed I crouch there for a minute, visualizing either Arnold or the guy from the second movie (not the chick in the third one because that one sucked) and I start to hum the terminator theme. Then I slowly rise to a standing position and open my eyes. It helps me to proceed through my day as an emotionless, cyborg badass. The only problem is if the shower curtain sticks to my terminator leg. It ruins the fantasy.
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Here ya go....

Nice Jeep. Looks good.

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well i went out for a bit of fun and to watch the sunset over the mountains across the lake.had some washes to test the new rear suspension out in











this is one of my favorites with the sun setting in the reflection of the windows




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Dude... your flex is ridiculous, lol.
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These are pictures from last weekend


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this is one of my favorites with the sun setting in the reflection of the windows

did you make these doors?
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