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Old 04-23-2006, 04:54 PM   #1
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Honda ridgeline.

My Cousin And I Just Got Back From Big Bear California. We Took Hes Honda Ridgeline And I Was Suprized That It Did Well On Some Pretty Rough Trails. But It Still Cant Off-road Better Than My 05 Lj, The Only Problem We Had Was That The Transmission Fluid Got Pretty Hot And We Had To Wait For It To Cool Down For Like 25 Mins, After That We Came Back Down The Trail. Its Not A Bad Truck For A Honda But Still Cant Beat A Jeep. :d

Ps: We Saw About Like 200 Jeep Almost Everyday, I Wish I Took My Jeep Too.

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Old 04-23-2006, 08:56 PM   #2
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Big Bear sounds likr much fun I am origialy from the foothills of West Virgina For the past 18 years or so ive been in the flat lands of southeast Ga. Not a rock big enough or a hill to climb for miles and miles

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Big Bear sounds likr much fun I am origialy from the foothills of West Virgina For the past 18 years or so ive been in the flat lands of southeast Ga. Not a rock big enough or a hill to climb for miles and miles
That right there is a damned shame. I don't know what i'd do if I didn't have rocks to crawl.
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yeah even the sand pits have been bought by privite indivduals and are off limits:
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