Type: Posts; User: DanG
I wanted one forever, convinced my wife and went for it. I've got a 2 door soft top and am looking now to upgrade to a 4 door because trying to get a baby seat into the back with the top on... lets...
The soft tops have grown leaps and bounds from the TJ days. Plus, the tinted windows mean that it's the premium soft top. The premium has better sound proofing and the soft tops in general aren't as...
Yikes, I can't imagine going airborne after getting hit by a truck, that's some scary stuff right there, but at least you're ok.
No big surprise on the write off, I'd guess those airbags that blew...
I saw a kid in a new Caddy a bunch of years ago come in to a lot and stop hard. Snapped the front air dam right off. I'd be curious to hear his explanation to dad about that.
My direct boss has a rav4, I have a wrangler. I'd take mine any day over hers.
I've got a 2 door jeep now, I'd probably upgrade to a 4 door. Getting a baby seat in an out of the back when the top is on is a bit of a challenge.
Even gas/brake and gas/brake/clutch are the same from LHD to RHD.
It's easy in Canada, plenty of R32 and R33 Skylines, some R34's and Supras that are RHD.
I've got a buddy who DD's a 2015 year round. No issues in snow with snow tires, he just can't do deep snow.
38 and yes.
It makes for a great anti-theft system.
#7 and proud of it.
I have a brisket at home that I need to cook. It still intimidates me.
Have you looked at recipe's yet?
If there's no umbrella in the door, I'm out.
First post in this thread in 2016? For shame... ;)
Did some pork tenderloin today and some bacon wrapped chicken thighs.
Brined the tenderloin in water with some salt and sugar overnight....
Try shopping for a jeep. Dealers are throwing on a cheap lift, big tires and a light bar and adding $15k to the cost.
If people weren't willing to pay for it, dealers would stop.
2 hours if you were crafting your own hand tools. Last time I helped a guy put a new bumper on his jeep, the old one was off in about 10 minutes with neither of us having done it before.
APC is if not the #1, in the top 2 or 3 for brands.
Costco usually carries them as well, so it all depends on the size you want. If it's a single PC and a couple of accessories, 650VA should be...
Wow, you weren't kidding about mint :eek: