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post #151 of 1974 Old 04-16-2011, 10:33 PM
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Yeah I wanted to head out there this weekend, but I need a few more drain plugs. I bought the Jeep a couple weeks ago always wanted one, but I was a ******* and got my self a talon tsi awd, cuz i love going fast, but that thing was constantly down, so I'm starting to learn what I really need for the Jeep, any suggestions on what else I would need for trail riding and what not? and Apedz if you ever want to surf some really good breaks let me know I'll bring you along most of the spots we go to are local only spots, but having my friend along saves the headache of the locals being a$$holes and the people are awesome.

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post #152 of 1974 Old 04-16-2011, 11:16 PM
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I was supposed to go with another non-JF group today...obviously that didn't happen... (*gasp* Someone other than a JF member knew about this trail?!

Tomorrow would have been a great day to go...hope you found some takers!
Nope, but the girls have other plans now. Shopping at the outlets in Hagerstown. Imagine that. Hehehe

That's ok, Im going to Rausch for the first time next weekend. Can't wait.

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post #153 of 1974 Old 04-17-2011, 06:31 AM
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Ma Deuce Ka-ka-ka-ka-ka-ka-ka mmmmmm .50 AP rounds

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Nope, but the girls have other plans now. Shopping at the outlets in Hagerstown. Imagine that. Hehehe

That's ok, Im going to Rausch for the first time next weekend. Can't wait.
Every time i go to Greenridge about 30min in i hear, "Oh Patty, look the outlets! Can we go?" Then i i don't go or say we will stop on the way back i get to hear about how she hates when i wear my work boots in public or any of my work clothes..... I need to find a new way around Hagerstown.

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post #155 of 1974 Old 04-17-2011, 09:18 AM
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6-8 round bursts, sustained rate only on range! just think each ap round is about $5 of your tax dollars, the s.l.a.p. rounds i fired in iraq are about $7.50 a peice. i used alot of tax money on some days.
I Don't wanna know the price of the MKII Rafaus round the Barrett can fire. Then again its not for civilian use.

Guess the locals are getting a reprieve this weekend. Lol

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post #156 of 1974 Old 04-17-2011, 10:21 AM
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post #157 of 1974 Old 04-19-2011, 12:06 PM
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Yeah I wanted to head out there this weekend, but I need a few more drain plugs. I bought the Jeep a couple weeks ago always wanted one, but I was a ******* and got my self a talon tsi awd, cuz i love going fast, but that thing was constantly down, so I'm starting to learn what I really need for the Jeep, any suggestions on what else I would need for trail riding and what not? and Apedz if you ever want to surf some really good breaks let me know I'll bring you along most of the spots we go to are local only spots, but having my friend along saves the headache of the locals being a$$holes and the people are awesome.
alright sounds good, im just for warning you i suck
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post #158 of 1974 Old 04-20-2011, 04:25 AM
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Haha it's alright, I've been surfing since I was about 14 so that's about 11 years. Pending on weather I should be out there Sunday, my friend Mike said it's suppose to be going off.
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post #159 of 1974 Old 04-22-2011, 03:36 PM
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got a quick question for anyone who can help i have a 1990 would doing a 3in bodylift be fine? or should I just stick with the 2in? I don't know to much about the bodylifts i've done some reading where people are talking about having to bend the shifter do this do that having problems getting into 2nd 4th and reverse or hitting the dash, i have a 4in lift now with 33s but i'm wanting to put 35's on it. I'm not wanting to get a bigger suspension lift since i have this one. any ideas or thoughts would be appreciated
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post #160 of 1974 Old 04-22-2011, 03:51 PM
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You should be able to put tj fender flares on it and trim a little from the body to gain clearance. Then maybe a 1 or 2 in body lift.
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post #161 of 1974 Old 04-22-2011, 04:07 PM
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Alrighty I'll keep that in mind. I just found out the law here in penn is the wheels can not pass the flares not even an 1/8'' to pass inspection thought it was pretty gay I'm seeing about wider flares
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post #162 of 1974 Old 04-23-2011, 09:59 AM
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Sidewalls are OK...tread no

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post #163 of 1974 Old 04-23-2011, 10:54 AM
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yeah that's what's i meant so if i get wider flares it should be fine which i don't understand but ay it's whatever
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post #164 of 1974 Old 04-23-2011, 10:57 AM
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yeah that's what's i meant so if i get wider flares it should be fine which i don't understand but ay it's whatever
Please don't get the pocket flares. Get xenons flats if u have the cash. Or MCE'S new flat fender in 6"

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post #165 of 1974 Old 04-23-2011, 03:30 PM
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new steering is on soon a i get it set im ready to rock and roll monday afternoon maybe
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