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Discussion in 'Mud Motors' started by Hizzoner, Jan 12, 2008.

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  1. jus10inbrla

    jus10inbrla Elite Refuge Member

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    the girl on reno 911 has nice knockers.. i'd like to reverse her:dv :nutz
     
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    I am surprised his F250 even goes forward. :yes
     
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    Once I got the trans rebuilt.:yes
     
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    should have bought a CHEVY;)
     
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    I figure 180K miles on POS trans is pretty good with the abuse I give out.:D
     
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    Yeah, my chebby had to have a new tranny and transfer case at 59,000 and was never off road. I'm getting a Toyota.
     
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    I own one of the original 35 Hyper Sports without mods, and I really like the motor. But, I've been waiting, like a lot of others, for a reverse for A LONG DAMN TIME! FPF does me absolutely NO GOOD in the flooded timber!

    Picture this scenario that happens ALL THE TIME: you're running thru the timber with all kinds of buck brush and floating logs, dodging the larger trees, going about half throttle (or maybe a little more if my crazy ***** brother is driving:nutz), zigzaging your way thru this maze, when you come upon a huge fallen log. Now this log is so big it's on the bottom, you can't make it sink by driving over it. Nor can you get enough speed up to jump it--pretty tight quarters in there not-to-mention, there's one really biga$$ tree on the other side that might hurt at full speed:eek: ! Your only option is to back up. Repeat this scene about 1/2 dozen times going in (usually in the dark so it happens more frequently) and coming out. REVERSE, EVEN JUST AT IDLE SPEEDS, WOULD BE NICE!!! AND I WOULD USE IT ALMOST EVERYTIME OUT!!!
     
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    I wonder why Glenn hasn't responded to my post yet??? :confused:
     
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    I am hoping against all hope that maybe, just maybe, someone has finally talked some sense into him and he has learned that he needs to stop posting on this forum. It is in his best interest not to, and maybe he's finally figured that out. :tu



    Or maybe not. :z
     
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    What have you been smoking?:fp
     
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