Old school wheelin'
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A buddy ran a stock ff for years, no lift, 30 or 31 good all terrain tires, open both ends, only thing it had was a buick v6 and 4spd top loader. Damn thing went everywhere we did and I don't remember hookin line to him very often. It's fun to watch people in disbelief when they see it come putting up something their big tired locked up rig couldn't make.
Posted 06 May 2016 - 05:38 AM
99% of the trails around here are tailored for it. I can honestly say I'm that guy that feels goofy when a smaller tired rig is doing nearly everything im doing..... and then drives home afterwards.....
in the same light having worry free axles, big tires and trailers make it the whole experience a little more enjoyable. Depends on how you look at it I guess.
Posted 26 November 2016 - 02:48 PM
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I believe you are correct Jay. If memory serves me right I think he was a Warn rep at one of the Trail Jams, definitely a sweet rig.
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So what ever happened to the long windbreaker club jacket trend? Do any of them still do that? It was cool that everyone would wear their jackets to functions and you could look around and see all the clubs represented. PNW events always had participation patches and the "old" guys had their coats covered with event patches. Seems everything has gone to black hoodies. Yep, the good ole days.
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