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10-18-2006 11:11 PM
this is kinda long

HAHAHAH khenderson is right! don't get him and Justin started on the JEEP V. TOYOTA debate. Then you have to listen to it all day long. (until you get on the trail) lol. Good story..... Justin drives a yota, has a yota trail rig. Him and a few yota buddies were wheeling in east TN, when a Jeep pulled up behind them on the trail. It was a grown man with his 8yr son with him. Justin said it was a nice Jeep with 35s and locker in the front. They said it was cool he could run with them. This guy in the jeep was trying to climb some boulders and he wasn't listening to the spotters, he ended up breaking an Front axle. The guy got mad and backed down and kept trying when obviously he wasn't able to get up the rock. they told him to back down and he should go around. He got even madder and started giving it H*ll. he gernaded his rear diff. As they walked behind his Jeep across the back bumper in BIG WHITE LETTERS it said"Toyota recovery Vehicle." this guy made a complete A$S of himself and made the rest of us Jeep owners look bad. He refused any help to be winched out, said he could get himself out. so they left him and told the folks at the front of the park about him being stuck out there. I don't think "we"(the Jeep community) needs to act we are better than anyone we are all out there to have fun. Who cares what vehicle you drive. I perfer Jeep but I have seen some bad A$S yotas, fords, chevys, etc.... sorry I will step down off my soap box now...
10-17-2006 10:42 AM
Griz I have to take the sun roof off so I have enough head room and I sit in the back seat so I have enough leg room. Griz
10-17-2006 01:48 AM
Originally Posted by Nick
Jeep vs. toyota here
don't get my old roommate started on that one. yikes. both vehicles have their strengths and weaknesses. i've seen some pretty mean little samurai's, but then i've seen jeeps that could crawl over samurai's. but even the baddest rig ever is useless with someone who doesn't know how to drive it.
10-17-2006 12:27 AM
Nick Jeep vs. toyota here
10-16-2006 09:59 PM
Texapple I'm prejudiced: JEEPS RULE
10-16-2006 09:54 PM
mrbigjeep i've seen those little power wheels do great on the trail!
10-16-2006 07:16 PM
Scout They make nice key chains.
10-16-2006 06:58 PM
amerijeep I think they are cute. I might put one on the back of my jeep as a spare.
10-16-2006 05:26 PM
This should be interesting

Now you guys Know me I have two jeeps and am very proud. My brother inlaw has several Samurai's and can hold there own in the woods. Around here there has always been a kind of rivalry between these and jeeps so is this how it is everywhere?
I was just wandering it dosent matter to me I would roll through the woods in a chevette if it would get me where I wanted to go. I just wanted to see what everyone else thought about these little guys.

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