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Old 10-19-2018, 09:38 PM
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Are you going to Romp 19?
 
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Old 10-19-2018, 10:09 PM
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I donít have a vehicle to take unfortunately. I could go and ride but im to old for that now. I need my own truck and space, lol. What i would really like to do is go and get some good photos and video.
 
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All awesome points. Thanks !
 
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Old 10-20-2018, 03:23 AM
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Sounds like a great deal. Hell, l've paid four times that for a pedal bike...lol.

Bought my 01 with known issue, bad trans/y-pipe/front driveshaft for 5 bills...replaced all of those items and changed all fluids/filters (another, 8 bills)...and I've been driving it daily for just about two years now, little over 20K, with only one failed part...right front hub. I've created a couple failed parts, by drowning it in Ohio while wheeling...but that was my fault. I've put some money into it, modifications and such..but that was my doings. Maybe a little over a grand, total (it's much less if my wife is reading this); winch, M/T tires, lift/shocks, rack/lights, etc. In repair costs, the front hub was $140...so l'm nowhere near the 3K a year as suggested. So, if you divide two years into that...l'm at about $70.00 a year so far. Besides oil changes and normal wear items you would have on any vehicle.

Good luck, with your new rig.

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(it's much less if my wife is reading this); winch
Lol, not nice to call your wife names

I'm sure that old winch is still pulling you out of trouble you get yourself into.
 

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Old 10-20-2018, 12:29 PM
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After getting my rover and building the front bumper...she asked if l was getting a wench? Said, nope, already got one. But, l will be getting a winch. Luckily, all of this conversation happen after dinner was served and eaten.

Like they say...timing is everything...lol.

​​​​​​​ Brian.
 
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LMAO
 
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