Garrett Davis
GarrettDavis
1/28/20
2:56 PM
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My guess is it’s tall and strange shaped to hide a soft top frame

1/28/20
2:51 PM
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Are you really believing the dimensions of a camouflaged development vehicle?

1/28/20
2:49 PM
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I seriously doubt 35's are standard. We’re probably looking at the Rubicon equivalent here.

1/28/20
2:39 PM
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Pshh, they actually want them to be a success? Greedy assholes. They should make it as niche as possible so only the hardcore buy them, and then phase them out after 3 years because they’re unprofitable.

1/22/20
4:13 PM
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No. At the employee level, the needs are the same, and there is the same competition for that labor — which is really what dictates wages. The difference comes down to it being a third party company selling the cars, or the brand itself running that brick and mortar location.

If anything, this cuts out some middleman Read more

1/22/20
4:05 PM
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I think the implication is that a larger percentage of Teslas are made here than any of the big three’s line up.

1/22/20
4:03 PM
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Thanks for reminding me that I need to start working “ratfuck” into my vernacular. 

1/13/20
9:32 PM
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Easy there, tiger. It’s a camouflaged test mule using chopped up Ranger/Everest bodywork. This is not at all what it will end up looking like.

1/13/20
9:29 PM
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Also, in these little commercials they always go over rocks and boulders waayy faster than anyone in the real world generally would. That’s just asking to break things.

1/13/20
9:22 PM
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Also, you should watch King of the Hammers sometime. About half the field is on IFS now.

1/13/20
9:21 PM
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This doesn’t make it an automatic fail for me. Plenty of IFS equipped vehicles do damn well off-road. I learned that by taking my Jeep out with 4Runners who were doing everything my Jeep did on some challenging trails.

1/9/20
4:30 AM
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This site wouldn’t be the same without your puns. So glad they did this!

12/14/19
3:20 PM
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You’re going on and on about how he doesn’t have the experience or practical knowledge to be talking about these things, with the implication being that he’s wrong about what he’s talking about. You’re bringing in all these reasons why he shouldn’t be an authority, but never prove out why you think this way. Read more