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|Today 07:37 PM|
|shaggyjim||WOW! That is just a smoking pile of heinous...|
|Today 06:03 PM|
Originally Posted by NHfireLJ View Post
|Today 05:42 PM|
If anyone is in the market for buck teeth,....
Zoom in on the "shackle bar"
|Today 05:49 AM|
The fact that they’re selling rotor points out how in the last years AMC began forgetting the ‘implement’ uses of the jeep. With Chrysler’s acquisition there was no thought of it whatsoever- they were viewing it as a car, an image, and a sales goal.
In spite of that, with the addition of not too many mods and even reasonable money the YJ is really the pinnacle of jeep development.
I’ve admired the Roxor. But after a long gander of a few on display on a quiet Sunday I thought, “ya, but I could build another YJ and drive it anywhere without musical grills and the serial number to go with it.”
|Yesterday 07:57 PM|
|bgredjeep||In States that allow UTVs to be registered for the road I'd totally have a Roxor. They have a 5spd but are governed to like 45mph. You can get a tuner to remove the governor and pump up the power a bit like most diesels. Dirt simple cool little rig.|
|04-06-2020 05:10 PM|
|04-06-2020 10:39 AM|
|04-05-2020 10:22 PM|
I'm shocked the nannies haven't outlawed skiing yet. Strapping slick boards to your feet and sliding down a mountain... sound like it should be illegal to me.
The EPA is a scam. All worried about my little Jeep. Meanwhile, 25 747's are (normally) taking off, blowing god knows what out the back.
Small aircraft STILL use leaded fuel.
Go look it up if ya don't believe me.
And those virus-riddled petri-dishes (also known as cruise ships) burn heavy oil. Just Carnivals cruise ships pollute 10 times more than all the cars in Europe.
|04-05-2020 09:42 PM|
|04-05-2020 08:41 PM|
|Awesome||That's friggin stupid. I don't know why the EPA is still around.|
|04-05-2020 08:05 PM|
1) crash tests, airbags, and side impact protection
2) emissions white paper and epa cert
3) fuel mileage standards
|04-05-2020 07:55 PM|
Call me, I'm off for 10 days.
|04-05-2020 06:15 PM|
Every other western state I know of does allow ATV's, UTV's, dune buggies and 5 horsepower minibikes are ok.
In Nevada, a $20 sticker is necessary.
Colorado was invaded by the Golden State nannies so they're f'ed as well.
Utah and Wyoming won't accept any other state registration so while visiting each of those, you'll have to buy their sticker.
|04-05-2020 05:23 PM|
|04-05-2020 04:52 PM|
|shaggyjim||That was the impression I got. Like a kit car if you put blinkers on you can drive it on the road, however they are scary slow so maybe not a great idea. Just looking at it I bet a titled CJ tub would set on it real nice.|
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