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Old 12-11-2009, 02:05 AM   #1
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Nothin but good times

One of our fab shops puts on a bbq every december. Here's a few pics from last weekend. Kristen from Genright brought one of their jeeps out from Simi and then we took her out wheelin sunday. Oh, and the black one below is mine. I just don't have to drive it for silly party tricks.






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Hunters BBQ
Wish I could have gone
it's nice to see it had a huge turn out
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it's nice to see it had a huge turn out
yeah man all these years and I've never met you. You should've come up from Tucson. It was very good times as usual.
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You have a scratch in your paint.
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I thought the tires were supposed to stay under the vehicle? You were just testing the rollcage's effectiveness huh?

I just wish I had the balls you guys have. in all seriousness, you are nuts.
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Did the one that says sheriff on it belong to the Sheriffs Office or just something someone did?

Some pretty cool pics.
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Did the one that says sheriff on it belong to the Sheriffs Office or just something someone did?

Some pretty cool pics.
It belongs to John (Hunter) Kanicsar and he is a member of the Sheriff's Pose. He regularly uses it when patrolling the desert areas and for search and rescue.



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I thought the tires were supposed to stay under the vehicle? You were just testing the rollcage's effectiveness huh?

I just wish I had the balls you guys have. in all seriousness, you are nuts.
Funny thing was that it was so stable climbing up that's why Ryan kept going. We weren't going to let him dump it over on his face there in the parking lot. But it did make for a great show. Flopping for fun is so passe these days we've got to step up our nonsense.
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Hey Jack... How come in every pic I see of your rig it's in this position?
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OH Hey... I know why! They were serving those Brontosaurus Ribs at that BBQ weren't they?!

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OH Hey... I know why! They were serving those Brontosaurus Ribs at that BBQ weren't they?!

HAHAHAHAHA. that's awesome.
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ROFLAO!!!! That is brilliant.
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It just happens. I wasn't even driving it. LOL
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Good stuff Jack! That Genright FastBack cage is looking better and better.
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Good stuff Jack! That Genright FastBack cage is looking better and better.
Thanks brotha. It's not done yet. Still need to change the spreaders up front with kicked up and angled ones and then eyebrow the new spreader. C pillars still need to be tied to the frame also. Right now I'm thinkin about boatsiding it also.
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Yeah I agree. Wouldn't be too hard to do either.
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It's where you cut into the body and angle it down to the frame for more clearance.

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I'm talkin WAY more than that James.

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It's where you cut into the body and angle it down to the frame for more clearance.

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I'm talkin WAY more than that James.
I know you would HAVE TO, with as much as your sheet metal being fawked, you'd need to cut into the door opening.

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Yup more like it. More like Seans white TJ and Matty's blue YJ.

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