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Old 07-26-2006, 10:26 PM   #1
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Good Flex Shots

I finally got some flex shots of the ole YJ. I know it is not on the rocks, but I did get it to flex out in the culvert.


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Old 07-26-2006, 10:28 PM   #2
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uno mos.


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Old 07-26-2006, 11:00 PM   #3
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wow...lookin' very good
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Old 07-27-2006, 02:12 AM   #4
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wow...lookin' very good
You were supposed to be checkin' out the jeep!
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Old 07-27-2006, 04:04 AM   #5
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nothing like a nice big stretch.......
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Old 07-27-2006, 01:04 PM   #6
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lol...ok ok nice jeep
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Old 07-27-2006, 06:55 PM   #7
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Old 07-28-2006, 12:26 PM   #8
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That is one nice Jeep. I think my Jeep knows that I fantacize about your Jeep.
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thats sick man. im kinda jealous, jeep mods stop in 3 weeks, going back to school so no money for moddin
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Old 07-30-2006, 06:29 PM   #10
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It seems that I have done it again. I posted these same shots on our clubs website, and invoked criticism from one of our members. He was upset that I would portray wheel'n and drinking in the same picture, and was offended. As I had just finished adjusting the links on the Jeep, I ran down to this culvert which is about 100yds from the house, to check out the articulation. When I caught all the air, I got excited, and told the girl that was riding with me, to call the house on her cell phone, and have someone bring me my camera. The guy in the photo's holding the adult beverage was the one that brought my camera, and in my haste, and pursuing darkness, did not notice the bottle in his hand. I do not wheel while drinking, or after drinking, and do not want to give that impression. So if I have cast any shadow of doubt on this subject, or this forum, I apologize, for not being more careful with this post. I have fixed the photo's on our club website, but cannot edit these.
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Don't sweat it. I've seen much worse stuff than someone standing beside a vehicle they were not driving with a beer in hand.
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It seems that I have done it again. I posted these same shots on our clubs website, and invoked criticism from one of our members. He was upset that I would portray wheel'n and drinking in the same picture, and was offended. As I had just finished adjusting the links on the Jeep, I ran down to this culvert which is about 100yds from the house, to check out the articulation. When I caught all the air, I got excited, and told the girl that was riding with me, to call the house on her cell phone, and have someone bring me my camera. The guy in the photo's holding the adult beverage was the one that brought my camera, and in my haste, and pursuing darkness, did not notice the bottle in his hand. I do not wheel while drinking, or after drinking, and do not want to give that impression. So if I have cast any shadow of doubt on this subject, or this forum, I apologize, for not being more careful with this post. I have fixed the photo's on our club website, but cannot edit these.
i dont know why one would be offeneded, i mean honestly he is a passenger and as long as there is no littering then what ever, going to school up maine when we all go offroading i will not drink if i am driving and also i am underage but alot of my friends are 21 and will be riding in other trucks and will have a few beers and we just toss the emptys in my buddys tool box and then empty when we return home. as long as you arent an idiot when you drink and can be responsible i dont see a problem.
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I do not wheel while drinking, or after drinking, and do not want to give that impression. So if I have cast any shadow of doubt on this subject, or this forum, I apologize, for not being more careful with this post. I have fixed the photo's on our club website, but cannot edit these.

I just thought it was an IBC Rootbeer
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Old 07-30-2006, 11:40 PM   #14
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no problem...nice flexin though
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Since I knew the situation and knew that you were not in fact wheeling and just testing out your junk on your property I had no issue with it. What we have to be careful about is those kinds of pictures ending up in the ecco terrorists hands. They do patrol our boards and such. That being said and not wanting to preach I say don't worry about it. Wasn't on a trail and it wasn't excessive. It was a non operator of the vehicle. No harm no foul.
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Old 08-01-2006, 09:21 AM   #16
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It seems that I have done it again. I posted these same shots on our clubs website, and invoked criticism from one of our members. He was upset that I would portray wheel'n and drinking in the same picture, and was offended.
no offense intended man but it sounds like ur club has some wieners in it its in a friggin culvert....do they really think u were out wheeling in it?

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