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8 comments:

luke said...

ooh that is HOOOOOOT! [major emphasis on the HOOOOOT if you can't tell...] down beastie, DOWWWN!

jake said...

oh shit! i just made a mess in my shorts. that is hot.

Monkey said...

Sweeeet!

Greg said...

Double-take. Dayamn guhl are you kidding me, those headlights are totally not real.

Never Sober Man said...

Sorry, I'd love to be impressed by you're jeep, but I'm the son of a mechanic and I fucking hate them, my guess, and by looking at it appears you just put a lift kit, not a body lift on it, thereby not increasing you're offroad capability, but effectively stealing horsepower from you're six cylinder lack luster engine. I'm also guessing that you haven't reinforced you're steering rack or related components, I wouldn't recommend any stump jumping if I were you. Sorry, you got you're pet peaves, and I got mine, and lifted vehicles with after market lights that don't do shit are definitely one of mine, um, yeah, I'm also an asshole.

sex scenes at starbucks said...

PHF's rebuttal:
"The Jeep Wrangler has had the same 4.0L engine for a very long time, it is one of the most reliable on the market. We have tuned the engine to output just over 200 hp which is more than enough to turn the 35" meats and keep the Dana 44 axles from breaking. There is a 4.5" Long Arm lift kit on it, which is more stable and reliable than stock. We also have a 1" body lift which allows us to fit the 35s and keep the center of gravity as low as possible. The lights are excellent and we used the Warn lights to be used for dual: fog or driving, which reduces the amount of overall lights required. Some of the others are used during actual night-time rockcrawling. Most of the components were selected to support hardcore wheeling first, looks last.

Many times we watch the Toyota's drop their trannies, oil pans or ring gears on the trail, while the Jeeps are crawling ahead and pulling the Suzuki's back over."

Now, see, I'm a chick so I would have remembered about the 1 inch body lift and the long arms, but as to the rest, to me it just looks cool. (I chose the warns myself.) I also would have said that I've seen this thing climb rocks as big as me, so "it does shit."

PHF is a pretty damn fine driver as well. Someday he'll have the giant cage rockcrawler that we trailer all over the place, it's just for now I won't let him.
We do have two college educations to pay for, after all.

:P

Never Sober Man said...

See, I can't back down from a challenge, The 4.0 liters leak like mother fuckers, while they do last, what the fuck 200HP, that's not something to be proud of, god damn, you're average six cylinder family car sport over 200hp these days, oh my god, Suzuki's, do not ever mention quality automobiles and korean manufacturing in the same sentence PLEASE!!!!! While toyotos do make good cars, they're trucks are just not bad ass!!!! and fuck the 1" body lift, we're not just talking center of gravity, we're talking clearence level of diff/transfer case/tranny. And FUCK!!!!! GOD DAMN LIGHTS!!!! Oh, and climbing rocks, in a slow methodical speed, and actually tearing shit up offroading are two VERY different things. I hate to be an ass like this, but I've seen real offroad MOFOs and they take a lot more than some god damn tires and a few fucking lifts....
yeah, and I am a fucking god damn arrogant car/truck snob, so fucking sue me!!!!

sex scenes at starbucks said...

what are you, like, sixteen? Didn't we get over that "tearing up the trail thing" back in our teens?

ok, so I think we are talking about two different purposes for our cars here, and PHF LOATHES that "tear up the trail crap," (thinks its amaturish and immaturish). Since it's usually some pimply kid in a sideways trucker hat with one hand down his pants, I tend to agree.

Also, it get REAL dark here in the mountains, so we do actually need the lights to do night-time trails. Most of the trails up here are NOT gravel roads, they're riverbeds - very rocky. Also, if we actually start "tearing shit up offroading" the state closes the trails.

But two more important points on this: I DON'T FUCKING CARE that much about cars, so let's quit talking about it.

Also, it's my blog so I'm RIGHT. My jeep rocks and all other tries at offroading vehicles basically suck. Write a post on your thoughts about your breed of offroading and I swear I won't hassle you about it. Because, oh, did I mention that I don't fucking care that much about cars??