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Old 03-08-2008, 10:15 PM   #1
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towing f150 with tj down snowy road

i was asked at the local coffee shop if i know where to find a tow truck. i asked why and she said she was stuck in the middle of the road {we are in a white out and just got 2ft of snow in the past 2days} so i offered to help we drive up to her truck and its a full size f150 extended cab long box. so i get the tow strap out hook on and explain what we are going to do and i pull it down the road. and i made 20 bucks. you gotta love how ford, chevy,and dodge people all hate each other but none of them can say anything about a jeep and have something real to back it up

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Old 03-08-2008, 11:16 PM   #2
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Trucks are terrible in the snow and ice, rear wheel drive with no weight over the axel. My friend always loads the back of his truck with blocks when its like that.


You right though, Subarus have Mitsubishis, Ford has Chevy, who hates Jeeps?

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people with buggies/rock crawlers but i guess they wouldnt be out in a snow storm either
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You right though, Subarus have Mitsubishis, Ford has Chevy, who hates Jeeps?

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Old 03-09-2008, 08:31 AM   #5
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Trucks are terrible in the snow and ice, rear wheel drive with no weight over the axel. My friend always loads the back of his truck with blocks when its like that.


You right though, Subarus have Mitsubishis, Ford has Chevy, who hates Jeeps?
Actually Hummer Owners, and some hardcore Toyota Drivers (solid front axle guys). But i have to confess i like solid axle Yotas. like FJ40 and old school 4runners.
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Old 03-09-2008, 12:10 PM   #7
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hehe some hummer guy waved to me yesterday with his huge H3 thinking he was just like me, i , he may know what the jeep wave is, but i aint returning it to him!
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i love watchin their faces as i pull up to a light in a big jeep on 38's with a little kid in it towering over their little h2's. but i dont got anything against them. If their an offroad enthusiast, more power to em.

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