If you squint real hard at the iPotato pic, you’ll see the first flurry of the year.
I was definitely the little guy out there. But despite stock tires and open diffs, I went everywhere everyone else did. I think the next smallest Jeep was the TJ on 33's, compared to my 235/75/15's. Two JK’s on 35's and the JKU Rubi on 37's.
If that’s even a thing.
Pistons aren’t always supposed to be round, right? RIGHT?
Well I guess I need to say this to follow up.
The first Universal Truth is that the last guy to work on it (or girl, I don’t judge) was a complete hack.
In a manual trans.
So Oppo. This is something that’s sorta bugged me for quite some time.
The ZJ is lifted 2". Overall dimensions look pretty similar, but the ZJ has significantly better approach, departure, and break over angles. Has the compass always been this big?
I didn’t Chernobyl the bread so much this time cause my roommates weren’t excited about me burning the toast like I did last time. Something about smoky homes, etc. This is my third batch, and the recipe I’ve been using:
It’s been a while guys. Like, a long while. Cause Kinja mobile sucks and won’t let me post anything until now it seems. I’m not expecting this to post. But whatevs. Edit: seems it actually posted. Cool.
An objective ranking. Best Christmas albums.
The Niva is fully assembled for the first time since August, and ready to hit the road for the first time since like, January.
At the beginning of August I finally pulled the Niva’s transmission to replace the input shaft seal that failed at the end of January. I make slow progress sometimes.
Safety was accomplished by relocating the third stud.
So in and around Jasper there’s a handful of reasonably unusual vehicles. Or at least not hugely common.
Because I was off winning a thing.