What’s more 90s than being impractical?
Oh, and you didn’t mention the true pantheon of 90s SUVs - the VehiCross. It holds throne over all others and is also unable to be included in this competition due to walking all over everything.
I really feel like the Yukon GT should’ve been honorarily excluded due to it completely winning this competition. Since you did not, you may shut this post down now as the Yukon GT is the clear winner.
Hmm. Wonder how mad the feds would get if I imported one. I live in Michigan so it's pretty close.
I’d get some plasti-dip and some gloss topcoat and black them out. Or try and get close to a match.
The past 5 yeas, there have been a staggering number of bad design decisions from an engineering and useability standpoint. The newest all-in-one mac pro is actually a great value on the hardware front when you add up the total package, but it has many issues with accessories like the VESA mount and repairability is…
Mmmmmmm, I add red pepper flakes and a bit of citrus peel for some extra zest and kick. I need to make my own sweet chili sauce soon. The thai place near me makes the best stuff. It can make plain chicken breasts taste amazing - drizzle some of the sauce on top of each piece in the last 10-15 minutes of cooking so you…
Needs more freiburger.
I hope to be this way with the Fiero. We tested some products on the paint today and aside from some scrapes and a few cracks, the paint is wonderful. The trim came right back and it is an excellent survivor.
KLR won’t be the best bike to learn how to handle twisty, low speed roads on. Ninja 250 would be good!
I’m struggling to respond to posts. No matter how I do it, once a comment/response chain hits 5 or 6 deep, i can’t continue any more
For the second time tonight, Kinja has borked but I do want to respond to the discussion on accountability. The comment this is replying to is summed up as you presenting the challenge that “If not wearing a seat belt results in increased deaths, then the problem becomes self-correcting. And if the person not wearing…
You’re a west michigan guy so I have to ask if that was one of the units from Village Motorsports that they’ve had since like 3 years ago?
Well-groomed or traveled dirt rods would be up your alley. So much fun to explore back roads and have a change of pace without worrying about sudden drops like an off road trail. Plus you’ve got the bike and tire to handle it no problem while a standard bike might pitch a fit.
My quick definition of accountability is as follows - Following through, and accepting consequences, of actions and decisions we make.
Don’t know if your comment is sarcastic or not because people *are* trying to fight for restrictions on high calorie/high sugar foods. It’s why we have the labeling laws that we have in the first place. People were advertising “low fat” or “fat free” foods where the fat or oil was replaced with sugar. So we have more…
Not the same. Actually, we’ve had the “seat belt” law of pedestrians for a while now. We have jaywalking laws that say pedestrians need to use crosswalks. For drivers, there are those lines you need to brake before at intersections, and crosswalk traffic signals for pedestrians. Many pedestrians get killed because of…
99% sure it’s been in an accident, judging by the hood seeming to be crumpled up and the lack of a frontal pic. ALso 99% sure the rest of the car is ragged to hell and back. Could be a steal as a parts car, but probably not worth bringing back to where it was.
As someone who is building skill on a KLR650, I have come to appreciate just how willing to play dual sports and adventure bikes can be. You learn how to use things like those big, heavy, spoked wheels to your advantage and realize that most of your bike’s weight is both low, and in two big honkin gyroscopes. The KLR…