He tried to rip me off on a CJ. Too bad hes not a nicer person. he could do well with all the parts he has. I have been to his football fiels size lot of jeeps
that dude is a fool. i'd love to get out and drive, let alone wheel. my rear is 4.56 and my front is 3.55, i need random parts here and there, and im waiting on my paycheck from school since ive been working for a month and paying bills and am near tapped out. damn state taking forever to process checks
I got to do some pretty good off roading these last few days. Considering mine is a stock Sport model with Rubicon wheels I was able to navigate some areas that I'm sure you'd think wouldn't be passable for a Sport. Yesterday I had a very frightening experience on Mt Beacon in a area called the dip when I unexpectedly slid to the left, looked out the driver side as I started to reverse and through the weeds I realized my rear tire was ready to slide down a very steep embankment where there are 2 other truck bodies rotting away. I quickly told my friend to get out and away from the vehicle and I had to decide whether to try to jump out if the Jeep started to slide or try to drive it up and out. I engaged the park break,turned the engine off and gently climbed out. I saw that driving forward off the trail was my best bet, said thank you Jesus and drove forward out of a most scary situation. Lesson learned cause I knew people that have died in rollovers on Mt Beacon and obviously I'm thankful not to have unwittingly been a part of something like that! Because of the foilage on the side of that part of the trail you wouldn't know that drop off was there! I had another episode when I unknowingly slid over about a 2 foot drop were the boulder put a ding in the rear of my fuel tank skid plate but that was not my intention with this Jeep! I'll only say though my Jeep cleans up great (and doesn't need a alignment) hopefully you hard core off roaders won't look at it with disdain cause it's so clean!
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Meet and greet would be cool but I think you guys may be into more intense wheelin than I am. I'll be the one staying back while you all do the intense stuff! Saturday the 20th is looking to be a no door top down cruising day! YEE Haaa! LOL
I have no idea where this jeep graveyard is. it would be cool to know because i need the mounting hardware for the front grill body mount. A meet and greet would be cool. I should be back The weekend of October 11th and going to Rausch Creek if any one wants to join me?
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