Yes. As long as something like that isnt over 11" in length or whatever you are fine to carry it. I asked the same thing when i brought a big ole craftsman tool set home from NH. I ended up checking it.
Hey Marn, you're in da hood and one of the few that hasn't gotten a ride in my hooptie... Not this week but one afternoon next week possibly would you be interested in suffering in the heat a little bit? I want to head back out to where that jump I posted the picture was from and get a couple more camera shots of it before the truck sells. (not that I have a buyer lined up but still...) It's about 10-15 minutes from our houses and I can meet you over there and you can jump in with me. Interested? Probably would only run around out there for 15 minutes or so. Super quick run just to get a couple photos/video and I'll take you for a quick run thru the jumps and stuff if you want?
sure! Let me know.
I'm normally off around 5ish, but sometimes I can work my schedule to be a little bit better.
Andy arn't you suposed to be leaving, or at the very least in the air?
Plane was late. Actually turned into a good thing. I would rather hang out at McCarren than where I am on a layover right now anyway. What was supposed to be a 4.5 hour layover turned into less than an hour.
Originally Posted by Hendrix
No one really knows the reason for LCOG Jeeps.
Its so short ****s like me and you can still get in.
Originally Posted by 2ACR
My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.
I owned 5 Jeep vehicles with 4.0's while I lived in TX where temps reached a max of 103-105 every summer with 40-60%+ humidity and NEVER had this issue or even heard of it. Yesterday, it was 118 when my AC compressor blew and I shut the Jeep off for less than 3-5min. Started it back up, it loped a bit, I pushed the throttle and it went away. So yesterday was a 1st time for any 4.0 I have ever owned to have heat soak
Mine's done the same thing the last couple days after hot soak, start it up, it gets lopey til I hit the gas, then it goes away. Will have to get that TSB insulation stuff.