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Author Topic: This might be scary!  (Read 4447 times)

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Offline Nightpath

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Re: This might be scary!
« Reply #15 on: September 20, 2014, 10:52:51 PM »
Reminds me of last summer during a rainy week a friend of mine wanted to go off road. He took his lifted Grand Cherokee a d me in my 85 Eagle.

Did like 20 km of back woods roads, mud holes, water crossing, rocks and other crap. Got home and realized that my 4x4 wasn't on for any of it.

He had to use 4 lo for a lot of it.

20% machine...80% driver

 

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