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Old 08-17-2014, 07:11 AM   #1
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hey guy,s how ya been..

been awhile since i have been on and just wanted to stop in an say hello to ya..hope everyone has had a great summer of wheeling...
i have missed it with my ole heep dead in the driveway with the clutch out..i finally got time to put in a new luk clutch kit..but still in the reassembly stage..got most done just have to put in my shifters and ohhh yea dont let me forget to put in new fluids..lol..

anyway just wanted to say howdy to u guys...
latter guys..

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Old 08-17-2014, 01:27 PM   #2
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Hey BAP good to here from ya things been going great for me still haven't got uncle j out on the trails with us yet, gut hopefully he will get the chance to go the next time we head out. Would like to get a group to head out to rush but just can't seem to put it together it's hard to get everyone off work at the same time. Maybe later this fall when everyone's business slows down. Anyhow it's good to see your still kicking.

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Old 08-18-2014, 12:45 AM   #3
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good to hear from you ole buddy,,, glad to know ur doin well,,,i have dedicated to working out an old but new refreshing hobby of mine ...the art of blade defence..picked up a few new self defence practices wit tomawks..learning the art of fighting and throwing..way more fun than i ever thought..even my 8 aand 9 year old grandsons are getting very effective with them..
also been racing carts all summer...have won a few first places..the grandsons even at there age are a force to reacon with even in the adult class and its only there 2nd year in...real funny when they strap in next to the adults at the nascar tracks at the smokies,,,u know the one that think that if they win there they will be picked up by scouters to race for a team only to be out driven by a 8 an 9 year old because they pick an hold a line then make a mistake and my grandsons make there passes..lol
anywy..i should have enough time to get the jeep back up and going this coming week..and hopefully its new paint shot on...this project should have been done a couple months ago but time has been hard to find due to work and refurbing a couple vintage campers..should get the the 16ft artstocrat paint shot on this week and up for sale...if ya know anyone into vintage campers its a 1968 landcamandor refurbed inside and out..very nice vintage camper...
well i have rambled on long enough and my old tiered eyes are getting harder to hold open...lol...
look forward to catching up with ya latter.as for now..goodnight..lol
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Sounds like you have been enjoying your self even with out the jeep.
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Old 08-19-2014, 12:17 AM   #5
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i have and we been doing alot of zip linning,,been doin alot of cave diving,,,really just introducing the grandkids in to other forms of good old adrenalin,,lol..my youngest grandson has come along way of over coming his fear of hights...im proud of him..actually very proud of them both...a 500ft high zipline will really get the blood pumping when u have a fear of hieghts but they both hit it all day long anytime now..lol
and are above average at handling tomahawks and knife fighting..can stick either in a halfdollar size target from 10ft to 30yds 8 out of 10 ntimes regularly..lol

but we need yto get the ole yj up the hills before its time to put the doors an top back on and get some wheeling in beforee the snow starts building up... i really dont want to do much mud running gonna get into more rock crawling forawhile,,at least untill the new paint has a few battle scar,s on her...lol
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