Had my jeeps doors opened and they rummaged thru my center console. Linda happy I took the keys out and that I don't keep much in there....prolly surprised them to see no glove box ( in the back of the jeep so I could access fuses) and just my spare nuts and bolts in the center console....all in all they made off with a toonie and didn't even take the coupon for the free doughnut from Tim Hortons that was on the dash lmao but the nerve of some people
**edit** they didn't even take the machete axes or brand new ratchet straps and tow straps....Pffft armatures haha
Decided I didn't like where this particular chain link fence was at...
See, this looks like a classic case of an "attack fence". It's a common varience of Attack Cow, Attack Deer, Attack Skunk, etc. This not to be confused with "Suicidal Cow, Deer, Squirrel". Did it miss the tire?
there is only 6 psi in them tires... the old MT/Rs side walls are so think the never really get "flat" looking.
Oh wow dont know if I'd run them that low if it were me but its odd you had trouble aired down. I know with my experience of the beaches at corova,NC I never had any trouble with sand aired down to about 12-14 psi on my mickey Thompsons.
i drove on the beach yesterday... desided its not as fun as i thought it would be as i nearly got stuck trying to get back to pavement... Its werid driving on sand... its very very squishy
Did you go up to Corolla ? Keep your speed up and dont try to cross the ruts unless your on solid sand . And dont stop on the soft stuff either . If you do back up in your own ruts and then go forward .
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Put babies winter shoes and coat on (hard top). Then did a little seasonal rust preventative frame painting.
A Kid can never have enough sets of wheels!!!
98 TJ, 82 El Camino tactical support vehicle, 2001 supercharged S 2000, 1979 MGB 350 ci/400hp small block Chevy, 1947 Studebaker pick up/future Rat Ride, 2001 Sebring Convertible, 28' Baja Offsore, 2 seados and a 17' fishing boat...