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Unread 07-18-2012, 10:02 AM   #13726
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Has anyone talked to Ysb tonight? Maybe even Khris?
Sounds like YSB's meds made him nuts again.

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Unread 07-18-2012, 12:06 PM   #13727
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Sounds like YSB's meds made him nuts again.
He does have a short fuse! They probably said something about his 4-banger!!! Lol
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Unread 07-18-2012, 12:50 PM   #13728
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I got a hi-!ift he can use.
See once again, wrong tools for the job. Oxy/Acy torch and a saw-z-all will be much more efficient at pulling a set of axles out!!!
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Unread 07-18-2012, 12:51 PM   #13729
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Whoa ... hold on a minute. I've done my fair share of rock crawling. I do hit a lot of trails that aren't highly technically to see what's out there, but I've done my fair share of waterfalls and rock gardens too.
Like I said, no offense was meant, I was basing it mostly on what I've seen exploring your page which 95% of I'd take my truck down which is 2wd...
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Unread 07-18-2012, 12:54 PM   #13730
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Plus you get a tittle now
Do you not get titles when buying offroad vehicles in Nevada? Both my bikes and the rolling chassis have titles for them. None were bought here though so I just don't know and it's an honest question.


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Yeah but what does it go towards? Back in MN i paid 35 a year for my raptor, but we had awesome trails with maps and signs on the trails, parking lots, trail workers that clear fallen trees ect. Here you will get a title and the desert to go try to find crappy rocky trails.
Cali Green sticker funds goes towards closing down riding areas for the most part it seems.

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Unread 07-18-2012, 01:03 PM   #13731
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Has anyone talked to Ysb tonight? Maybe even Khris?
Oh I forgot to mention, silver tacoma... License plate "hyofcer" He's on my list with "wythot" now too for douchbag on the road! Funny part is I know where this dude works cause I see his truck a couple times a week! I see it enough to know he starts work at 6:30 and I think he sets his alarm for 6:25 cause he's the a-hole that has to blow everyone else off the road to get there on time.

Freeway offramp, left lane turns left, right lane turns right. No right turn on red. Probably about 10 cars in the right lane, none in the left. So he rolls all the way up the left lane and then proceeds to turn right on red across the front of everyone waiting to make the right turn legally.

I've also been cut off by him a few times on the highway. Sorry if you can't handle following the rules but believe it or not I actually drive the speed limits around town. Maybe 5 over but for the most part I just cruise. I've also noticed people want to drag race. Yesterday I guess I didn't take off from the red light with enough throttle for the guy behind me so he passes me just to pull back right in front of me with no cars in his lane or anywhere in front of us just so he can hit the next light red. Pointless!!!

Maybe I'm just too chill of a driver since I'm never in a hurry and don't push my right pedal to the floor ever. Like I said, a while back, I do my stupid crap in the dirt where it's allowed for the most part. Wanna hall ***, take your race car to the track or your truck to the dirt. Oh that's right, 99% of the people out there think they're fast when in reality they're a joke...

I had some dude talking all this and that about how amazing his truck was and how fast it was in the dirt and that he can't find anyone to run with cause his truck is too fast. I told him I've got a truck that's decent in the dirt and would like to go on a run with him. He showed up with a supercharged V8 chevy 1500, sweet!!!! Should be fast!!! Except for the fabtech bolt on lift kit part. I pulled up and he made some excuse why he couldn't go on the run...

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Unread 07-18-2012, 02:41 PM   #13732
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Like I said, no offense was meant, I was basing it mostly on what I've seen exploring your page which 95% of I'd take my truck down which is 2wd...
No prob. Mostly I don't want people to go out and get stuck and then blame me. As a result, I don't post a lot of side roads or highly technical trails that are best left for trips guided by experienced people.
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Unread 07-18-2012, 02:46 PM   #13733
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I have really noticed that the DB driving style increases triple fold as you get closer to a nicer neighborhood. When I say nicer neighborhood I am talking about 400k + in today's market. It seems like half of the db's that I see when I am out and about get off 95 at the Summerlin Parkway exit.
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Unread 07-18-2012, 02:53 PM   #13734
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I have really noticed that the DB driving style increases triple fold as you get closer to a nicer neighborhood. When I say nicer neighborhood I am talking about 400k + in today's market. It seems like half of the db's that I see when I am out and about get off 95 at the Summerlin Parkway exit.
X2 my in laws live around there and the people drive like a-holes. What is funny is that they think I'm going to lose if their $80,000 Porsche hits my $20,000 truck.
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Unread 07-18-2012, 03:19 PM   #13735
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X2 my in laws live around there and the people drive like a-holes. What is funny is that they think I'm going to lose if their $80,000 Porsche hits my $20,000 truck.
Particularly if you only have $50k in liability insurance.
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Unread 07-18-2012, 03:21 PM   #13736
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Davidson, totally makes sense!


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X2 my in laws live around there and the people drive like a-holes. What is funny is that they think I'm going to lose if their $80,000 Porsche hits my $20,000 truck.
LOL, exactly!!! The bumpers on my explorer are decent and I've got $5K into it so I win a majority of the time if a DB driver gets tangled with me... Kinda like 2 friday nights ago when a toyota corolla introduced itself to my rear pass corner bumper on the expo. LOL, That jerk scratched the krylon!!! Can you believe that crap???!!! LOL Cost him a head light, turn signal and fender. Oh well, his fault, pay the price...

I'm not sure where the ratio of DB drivers goes up vs. down, I just know out of San Diego, Humboldt County (NorCal), Northern Az and Vegas... Vegas hands down wins for idiot drivers without a doubt. Those are the places I've lived and can vouch for driving styles. LOL


I'm still hoping and a bit excited for the day someone rear ends my truck!!! I actually wouldn't mind rear ending someone myself (shut up pervs!) but I don't want the claim against me! I mean really, with this as my rear structure, do you think I'm going to loose?



Even if they do tweak and bend some of the cage work I won't complain cause that'll give me my excuse to cut out the spare tire mounts and set it up to hold 35's instead of the 33's I've limited it for. LOL
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Unread 07-18-2012, 04:33 PM   #13737
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There is a nasty accident on durango by centennial. They have the road closed but you can see a car nosed into a wall and it hit pretty hard
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Unread 07-18-2012, 05:40 PM   #13738
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There is a nasty accident on durango by centennial. They have the road closed but you can see a car nosed into a wall and it hit pretty hard
Yah I just had to get detoured around it.
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Unread 07-18-2012, 05:43 PM   #13739
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Davidson, totally makes sense!

LOL, exactly!!! The bumpers on my explorer are decent and I've got $5K into it so I win a majority of the time if a DB driver gets tangled with me... Kinda like 2 friday nights ago when a toyota corolla introduced itself to my rear pass corner bumper on the expo. LOL, That jerk scratched the krylon!!! Can you believe that crap???!!! LOL Cost him a head light, turn signal and fender. Oh well, his fault, pay the price...

I'm not sure where the ratio of DB drivers goes up vs. down, I just know out of San Diego, Humboldt County (NorCal), Northern Az and Vegas... Vegas hands down wins for idiot drivers without a doubt. Those are the places I've lived and can vouch for driving styles. LOL

I'm still hoping and a bit excited for the day someone rear ends my truck!!! I actually wouldn't mind rear ending someone myself (shut up pervs!) but I don't want the claim against me! I mean really, with this as my rear structure, do you think I'm going to loose?

Even if they do tweak and bend some of the cage work I won't complain cause that'll give me my excuse to cut out the spare tire mounts and set it up to hold 35's instead of the 33's I've limited it for. LOL
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Unread 07-18-2012, 06:01 PM   #13740
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About 45 minutes ago I saw two big pickups hit each other on the on ramp to 95 South at Sahara. Of course, one of these mensas tried to ****** his way ahead of the other by diving into the lane at the last second. They both hopped out of their trucks and about came to blows, but in typical ****** fashion they left their trucks blocking the whole on ramp while they discussed their respective problems. "If I can't be first on this here ramp, ain't none of ya'll gonna use it!"

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