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post #121 of 182 Old 04-16-2013, 07:36 PM
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Exactly.
So where do you normally go wheeling at?

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post #122 of 182 Old 04-17-2013, 09:24 AM
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These are trails not manmade placed concrete.I have been to Southington and it in no way compares to other places like Wellsville or Stillwell.Like I said we post our rides bring your Liberty down and we will see how handles it.












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I think I'm beginning to understand it now. So if you don't have a super jacked up rig without sway bars, chromoly axles, locked diffs, minimum 36" tires, can't drive it on the street, and a hacked to hell chassis..........then you're just a mall crawler. I get it now. See, I've been looking at this all wrong. I thought my trail rated Jeep was fun to push to its limits, but actually all I've been doing is mall crawling.....where there are no malls....but whatever. I digress. You sir, are the bomb f.uckin diggety and I would pay you to give you a reach around.
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So where do you normally go wheeling at?
JCPenny's, Macy's, Sacs Fifth Avenue (not as much here cause they charge a huge entrance fee), Aeropostale, Pac Sun (only sometimes though cause it's really dark there; I need more lights), Victoria's Secret (great scenery!) and Sears. Mind you, these are only in the daytime and in summer.

The Polaris mall sucks though, I had to get winched out after I tried to climb one of their parking blocks. For some reason they're quite a big larger there.




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You still don't have it right.









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Oh and as to not driving on the street I drive mine dailey.

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post #127 of 182 Old 04-17-2013, 06:09 PM
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JCPenny's, Macy's, Sacs Fifth Avenue (not as much here cause they charge a huge entrance fee), Aeropostale, Pac Sun (only sometimes though cause it's really dark there; I need more lights), Victoria's Secret (great scenery!) and Sears. Mind you, these are only in the daytime and in summer.

The Polaris mall sucks though, I had to get winched out after I tried to climb one of their parking blocks. For some reason they're quite a big larger there.

Lol. Now that's funny

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JCPenny's, Macy's, Sacs Fifth Avenue (not as much here cause they charge a huge entrance fee), Aeropostale, Pac Sun (only sometimes though cause it's really dark there; I need more lights), Victoria's Secret (great scenery!) and Sears. Mind you, these are only in the daytime and in summer.

The Polaris mall sucks though, I had to get winched out after I tried to climb one of their parking blocks. For some reason they're quite a big larger there.



THAT is fukking hilarious!!!

Here is how I see this, we each have vehicles we enjoy offroading in, some arent as hard core as others, some arent even much more than stock.

But the point is, they are being used, at whatever level that may be, as their lineage and pedigree dictates.

They are Jeeps, all of them, so personally, unless someone is talking **** about how great theirs is, do we really need to slam each other, because they chose a different route and level to enjoy themselves offroad?

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THAT is fukking hilarious!!!

Here is how I see this, we each have vehicles we enjoy offroading in, some arent as hard core as others, some arent even much more than stock.

But the point is, they are being used, at whatever level that may be, as their lineage and pedigree dictates.

They are Jeeps, all of them, so personally, unless someone is talking **** about how great theirs is, do we really need to slam each other, because they chose a different route and level to enjoy themselves offroad?
quoted for awesome-ness. well said.
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Wow we really are still on this nonsense? ^^

Back on topic

First 3 images are from private area and last two are big maple farms.
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Guess who pulled all of the out of the mudpit that I so easily went through?

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Quick question,

This whole "trail rated" thing, aren't all of them trail rated? What makes a vehicle trail rated? Besides a logo I mean.

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There is a meet and greet at Quaker stake and lube next weekend the 17th in Columbus at Polaris for anyone interested. Starts at 5 pm http://www.cherokeeforum.com/f39/col...-greet-176070/
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