quite a few times. it goes wherever i venture to take it without fail or stuck. that alone is cool.
when it snows, it's just too much fun not to aim for the driveway in a four-wheeled drift when returning home. if i miss, i take the mailbox and driveway lamppost. they're still there.
it's a stock overland. i put on some BFG AT KOs and immediately proceeded to Trevorton, PA where there is a rather large coal hill. quads and bikes have issues on their first attempts...my jeep made it on the third try. anyone that knows this hill can attest to its potential treachery. making it in front of my off-roading friends was more than cool.
(1)when my buddy bought a purpose built crawler with 38's and he started talking crap about mine being a street jeep until i showed him up, his jeep is now in his shop with everything cut out from underneth it and putting rockwells with 44's JUST so he can follow me with 35's
(2)a guy at work has a 07 gmc z71 with a 9" lift and 37's he had to be hammered down on it to make it up a steep hill that i was going up in reverse
(3)every time i drive it, its never let me down..........except when the radiator exploded, but at least it waited til the end of the day when we were airing back up and at the front of the park
When I moved in to my house (the neglected shack that it was) and started ripping out bushes and over growth in my back yard. With my new neighbours and father inlaw watching. My neighbor says I think we are going to get along great that was pretty cool.
last winter my son's friend got his silverado stuck up to the axles in a snowbank. hooked it with the tow strap and 4w-lo did the rest. I actually impressed my own son. do you have any idea how hard that is to do these days?
How's that Hope and Change workin for ya?
Black Jeep Club v1.0 and v2.0 #1776
DR Z MUST BE STOPPED #7
No bad weather story for me, (Well atleast not my favorite)
Was just taking the Mrs for a nice drive in the country one Saturday. Turned a corner and a bunch of kids were playing in the yard. Suddenly it was like a commercial, they all froze. Hula hoops hit the ground, footballs landed in the grass. Next thing you know they all are running behind me yelling I LIKE YOUR JEEP!!!!!!!!!!!
Kinda stupid but it was so surreal. King for a day I guess
We had a cookout at work today and they were having a little trouble getting the charcoal started.
I drove the jeep over to the pit, connected the blow nozzle to the OBA and Presto!!! Instant bellows!!!