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Old 10-31-2010, 01:48 AM   #1
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Old 10-31-2010, 01:57 AM   #2
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That there is dumb

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Why is it dumb? That one takes balls . Old set of tires it is fun to burn em. Then if it was for a good cause (jeep show Ie) then sure why not.
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Jeeps weren't made to do burn outs! Thats why its dumb,lol I'd rather break something out on a trail then mess something up doing a burnout ... IMHO
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Jeeps weren't made to do burn outs! Thats why its dumb,lol I'd rather break something out on a trail then mess something up doing a burnout ... IMHO



^ yeah i hear ya on the jeeps weren't made for burnouts. there made for mud and trails =)
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There's dumb and then just plain stupid.
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There's dumb and then just plain stupid.

perfect example of how stupid burnouts in a jeep are.
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I couldn't decide what was more stupid doing it or whooping it up watching it. I feel dumber for having clicked on the video.
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Only in Canada! That was at a Jeep Show & Shine (mud & Grime) here in Calgary a few years ago.
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Kinda changes the concept of "approach angle" a little...
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you gotta admit, this is a mean Jeep.
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Burn outs in the Jeep are lame in my opinion.
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These guys appear to work in some sort of automotive shop and yet they are incredibly stupid as to what is happening. I find it hard to believe morons are so readily available.
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^^^^I was thinking the same thing 530 ktm. I was trying to see if the guy with the service shirt on had the name tag "Bob"...
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wow that guy with the neon is
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Can anyone here explain how to do this?

I've watched this video a couple of times, but can't really figure out the process.

I mean, what keeps the vehicle from not moving forward, even slightly?

Even though I think this is an amazingly stupid, jackass stunt.. I am still kind of curious how it's done.
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Can anyone here explain how to do this?

I've watched this video a couple of times, but can't really figure out the process.

I mean, what keeps the vehicle from not moving forward, even slightly?

Even though I think this is an amazingly stupid, jackass stunt.. I am still kind of curious how it's done.
some cars have enough torque to just sit there and smoke the tires, some dont.
if you have an automatic-1. hold down the brake about half way to 3/4 2. floor it.
stick shift-1. rev it 2. drop the clutch 3. repeat step 2. above.
(not good for brakes, good for showing off) you shouldnt do it in a jeep though.
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Its called a line lock
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Burnouts are at the top of stupidassness in my opinion & doing it in a Jeep... well...some people have no brains
or in a Corvette for that matter, I guess some people call it entertainment
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locks up the front wheels.
you find then on drag racing cars, so the drivers can sit there and warm up the tires before a race. least thats what i was told by this dude who was building a 56 chevy.
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I used to do um in mine :P

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Here is the only burnouts you'll see my Jeep doing.....


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