wow a Yak Bak......I forgot all about that toy. the 90's were so much better than today. There was also a watch that came out that had like a little digital character on it and it woudl say different things when you pressed a button on the side...that was probably my favorite Christmas present as a kid. mine was yellow.
97 XJ 4.0 Auto D30/29 Sp. 8.25. Yukon 4.10's
4.5" IRO Long Arm Kit - 33x12.50x15's
HD Offroad Engineering Shackle Relocation Brackets
Bilstein 5100's - Magnaflow Exhaust.
Let me tell you, Skydancers are lethal weapons. Aim at target, rip cord and watch them fly and annihilate their target. They were banned at my mom's house lol
Read more than just Jeep Repair Manuals and Magazines?
Join 4Lo Book Club
Don't want to wait for a reply or just want to chat with other Jeepers?
Join JF IRC Chatroom. Click here to go directly to the webclient and
type in #jeepforum for the channel.
Originally Posted by -Deepskyy-
Sarah has the punctuality of an American airlines flight in a Chicago snowstorm
Ironically I order and stock a fair few of those as prizes in the redemption center of the arcade I manage. And they are still popular with today's kids. Well the art sets never moved well. But the Velcro catch games are super popular
92 YJ. High Output 4.0L
Rubicon Express 4" Lift Kit, 2" Body Lift,15x8" AR 767s, 35x12.50 Xterrains, Home Made Snorkel, Sanden OBA, Home made rocker gaurds. 8.8 Rear with Discs, 4.10s F&R, ARB rear, Detroit EZ Locker front, WarnM8000 with Viking Synthetic Line, Beadlocks, Tons of Mods
My RigRater Score: 682RRv1.0 with a BOA of 13.47
I'm now doing custom bumpers and lift installs in So-cal