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Old 08-20-2011, 01:11 PM   #1
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Who needs a lift?

3 foot seawall. Could probably get all the way over it, but it is an 8 foot drop into the river.





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My driveway is rougher than that and my wife climbs it with her Dodge Jorney.

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My driveway is rougher than that and my wife climbs it with her Dodge Jorney.
What can I say? I live in FL. No hills in this part. I had to find something.
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What can I say? I live in FL. No hills in this part. I had to find something.
I am not laughing at you... this just made me laugh .... LOL good stuff!!
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Old 08-20-2011, 02:31 PM   #5
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I am not laughing at you... this just made me laugh .... LOL good stuff!!
I understand. Wheelin is boring in my area. Gotta travel at least 60 miles, just to find terrain.
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gotta build a Jeep speed style JK down there for the sand and such. Florida Wheeling is like dirt/sand roads or mud I would not last long down there.
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gotta build a Jeep speed style JK down there for the sand and such. Florida Wheeling is like dirt/sand roads or mud I would not last long down there.
The only beach near me for driving is Daytona. And it's lame. Might as well paint a yellow line down the middle of it.
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If your near daytona you can't be to far from Ocala or how ever its spelled. decent trails in there. (my gf is in collage at FIT and I have a few nissan wheeling friends in central fla)
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If your near daytona you can't be to far from Ocala or how ever its spelled. decent trails in there. (my gf is in collage at FIT and I have a few nissan wheeling friends in central fla)
Further south. Satellite Beach area.
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Just breakin your balls dude. Disconnect the swaybars and try it again. Youll love it
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I understand. Wheelin is boring in my area. Gotta travel at least 60 miles, just to find terrain.
so them go the 60 miles.
the closest places by me are twice that distance, and i still do it.
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Totally agree with this thread lol

Not much for fun here either.

My first poser shot with my rubicon was with my sway bar disco'd over a mulch pile near an abandoned shop.

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lol really brian come to psj theres some good offroad spots around here.
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My driveway is rougher than that and my wife climbs it with her Dodge Jorney.

I wish that wasn't true for mine but mine is a lot rougher especially after a hard rain lol
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I understand. Wheelin is boring in my area. Gotta travel at least 60 miles, just to find terrain.

i wish i was 60 miles from the trail. I'm like 150-200 miles from where I like to wheel and I need to put my rig on a trailer to get there

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Further south. Satellite Beach area.
cool my GF is not far from you in Melbourne/Palm Bay. I'll be done for Labor day maybe we could meet up for drinks
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Come and play in Utah. No problem finding fun trails. Even some good folks from the forum live in Moab that I have met. Great people.
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How about a tree?
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How about a tree?
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Seadog, that is some of the maddest flex I have ever seen. and really all you need to do is flex on a big rock like I do

or maybe on one of them nasa shuttles...
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:26 PM   #20
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cool my GF is not far from you in Melbourne/Palm Bay. I'll be done for Labor day maybe we could meet up for drinks
PM me a few days in advance. I have to clear my schedule. Rockets have a life of their own.

I'd like to meet you.
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Just breakin your balls dude. Disconnect the swaybars and try it again. Youll love it
Just the fronts? Is there that much of a difference?

Hmm... where's my flashlight?
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Seadog, that is some of the maddest flex I have ever seen. and really all you need to do is flex on a big rock like I do

or maybe on one of them nasa shuttles...
I have been exploring for a place on base. Have to be a little sneaky.
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Yeah your jeep will flex a tiny bit more and then youll crash on the road and waste 10 minutes with tools before and after

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