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Old 06-04-2014, 06:43 PM   #31
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ive already got my message to those that matter, and its being taken care of..
just trying to save yall some time and money and a wtf moment on consumer end..
add salt for your own taste if you like. take my word or leave it..
but dont leave the measuring stick.
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get 1, drive it like you would your current jeep. no worries right.. go far out into the middle of nowhere have some fun in it.. youll be fine.. i swear..
There's no way in hell I would buy one of these and drive it like my current Cherokee...it would NEVER keep up with what I have...
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12 to 15 inches.. 45 yards across .. and no.. it was a measuring stick..
Actual yardstick or redneck version? (i.e. a branch and a judgement call as to how long it is)
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ive already got my message to those that matter, and its being taken care of..
just trying to save yall some time and money and a wtf moment on consumer end..
add salt for your own taste if you like. take my word or leave it..
but dont leave the measuring stick.
Metalwonzero out
I choose to leave it. You sold a JK and bought a KL, and expect it to run the Hammers? Or cross the Red Sea? Unrealistic.
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Actual yardstick or redneck version? (i.e. a branch and a judgement call as to how long it is)
I use a Sequoia tree....lmao
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I use a Sequoia tree....lmao
Now, now. Be considerate lest we be accused of bullying...............
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A little much needed humor to break the monotony.
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A little much needed humor to break the monotony.
No ****. metalwonzero comes in as a Jerry Springer, without any supporting documentation, and we're supposed to believe him. I searched for other related issues as he described and came up with zip, nada, zero.Hmmmmmm.
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No ****. metalwonzero comes in as a Jerry Springer, without any supporting documentation, and we're supposed to believe him. I searched for other related issues as he described and came up with zip, nada, zero.Hmmmmmm.
Think it's best we just let this one go.
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Think it's best we just let this one go.
ive been rode like a borrowed mule, i can handle the abuse fire the big guns. . i stand firm on the cause . yes i was slow on the photos. never said i would be fast about it.
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There's no way in hell I would buy one of these and drive it like my current Cherokee...it would NEVER keep up with what I have...

Actual yardstick or redneck version? (i.e. a branch and a judgement call as to how long it is)

I choose to leave it. You sold a JK and bought a KL, and expect it to run the Hammers? Or cross the Red Sea? Unrealistic.
i have an old yellow CJ with a 350 in it sitting outside if i want to play, my jk sucked as a daily ride so i got the TrailHawk 2.4,
on road i have to say no the xj would be eaten by the active drive II.
off road id have say XJ... if i was comparing rides and im not..
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