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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mikey_d05, Feb 2, 2006.
I have decided to purchase this vehicle and throw away my dirty old K5.
It's only $46,000...that's steal for a YJ on dubs these days.
youd be pimpin all da shortys in that trill ass whip
Sorry man, I'm gonna have to ask you to rephrase that. Google's translator doesn't do ebonics.
The alarm has an inferred motion sensor. It can judge whether the motion will happen or not without actually seeing it.
Be nice if it had an INFRARED motion sensor instead. Or better yet, was run over by a tank.
wow what a turd
I hate to say it, but that looks like a good rig. It's justy shiny. From the book of Spickler.
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE THIS VEHICLE IN THE WORLD
(DRIVES LIKE A DREAM AT 100mph or OVER YOUR NEIGHBORS FULL SIZE TRUCK - NOT KIDDING-) PJO
sad to say i kinda like the look of it, just some smaller rims.
you know, if not for the bling, it's a solid rig.
remove body, interior, underlighting and any other bling, replace with tube.
I heard the guy who built it is a focktard.
I wouldn't be caught dead in a YJ on 22s, built or not.
Not that bad without those silly wheels. They would have to go.
Well the whells have the same wheel to treadwall ratio of a 33" wheel on a 15" wheel, so there's not gonna be slack in the steering if you air down....
(forgot he doesnt know off road anymore....)
All of the women in town would choose you to handle their business afairs, because you are driving an exspensivley modified automobile.
I picked it up at work.
If you look at it closely , and try not to be too judgemnetal here , you will actually see a couple tricks or two that could work their way into our world :
Even though its a bling truck , I am really digging the speakers in the gusset thing
I don't know what I like better, the "patented" suspension or the fact that he included a picture of the fuel tank held on by ratchet straps.
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