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Actually, it’s not technically stuck, because I can still move forward and back as much as I want. It’s just that it’s right up against where the grass starts, and if I go any further I’ll start tearing up the yard. It’ll just have to stay there until it’s a little drier.
Dearest bparadise44444, I have some questions about your listing on Ebay. For your reference, you wrote:
$20,000 buy it now, lol
I’ve been educating myself on the market for Jeep Grand Wagoneers, determined to become an expert before taking the plunge. My goal is that by the time my lease is up on my truck (16 months out), I’ll have a presentable and dependable daily driver Grand Wagoneer ready to take its place in my stable. I need to get…
Phase 2 mainly consisted of increasing functionality. First, the tires rubbed something awful when turning. So I took a giant hammer and bashed back the metal inner fender near the firewall about an inch. Now it only rubs a titch at full lock. Next, I realized that the radiator support was the lowest point on the car,…
Phase one complete: Removed inner fender liners, cut fenders and quarters to make room for oversize tires, removed lower portion of front and rear bumpers to increase approach angle, added 2" wheel spacers and mud terrain recap tires that are considerably taller than original.
First one we’ve gotten in. This vehicle is so striking that it was 20 feet outside my office door for two hours and I literally walked right past it 8 times and still didn’t notice it until someone asked me if I’d seen it.
...for almost free. It’s clearly at the end of its life cycle. What should I do with it? I’m thinking cut the fenders out to make room for oversize ATV tires, remove the plastic bumpers to increase approach angles, take off the doors, and hoon it around the farm like a home made side-by-side. But that’s crazy, right?
Was following this Pilot today, sorry the picture is horrible. The fact that the whole rear suspension looked to be only a couple inches off the ground is what caught my eye. Then I noticed the extreme negative camber of both the rear wheels. What exactly failed here? I’m so confused.
From my quirky family to yours!
“Honestly, the Racer mascot is at best silly, and at worst is a bit racist. It’s a white guy. We’re the UNOH white guys. It does nothing to represent the diversity that is now found on campus, and nothing to represent any of the athletics or study programs other than automotive.”
Some people love it, others are angered by it because it’s actually a salvageable car and because I turned down 1500 dollars for it in order to turn it into a planter. What say you, Oppo? This is just the start, it will have tons of shrubs, flowers, ivy, tall grass, etc to tie it all together. I also need to figure…
First off, I am not handicapped, I just have a short wife. Her new FIATA finally came in, and we decided to get her a clutch pedal extender so she can move her seat back from the air bag. Currently, she has to have the seat all the way up in order to press the clutch all the way to the floor. A couple inches or so on…
Got the Lexus a little deeper in the mud than anticipated while searching for my mother’s missing trash can that blew away.
I was surprised to find that I have a definite preference on which one drives better.
Last night I dreamed that I invented a beverage that you could share with your car. It was served in a mug, and had a hot chocolate type feel to it, and was topped with whipped cream. But you could also put it in your engine, so that you and your car could share the experience together and bond over it or whatever.
A Lexus that has escaped its fast-paced suburban soccer mom lifestyle and returned to its natural habitat.