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    Current setup



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    Doorless/topless


    I'll get some updated pics with the Yakima and Dog nets with the top down possibly this weekend of it ever stops raining.

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    Nice Jeep like the stance
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    Doorless/topless


    I'll get some updated pics with the Yakima and Dog nets with the top down possibly this weekend of it ever stops raining.
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    Thank you! 2.5 inch lift will likely come later

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    Quote Originally Posted by longhaultrucker View Post
    Love it! We really love our '11 XLE,but it doesn't get 40MPG's anywhere (slightly modded V6),gets between 21 and 31MPG's...but runs low 14's at Bristol Motor Speedway's Thunder Valley 1/4 mile (which is widely known to be slightly uphill all the way down ) It's comfy,roomy,has power everything and heated leather,a lot nicer car than people would think Loving your next gen,good looking car,my friend




    Looking to buy another old Dime/Sonoma (S10),Blazer/Jimmy in the next 4-8 weeks to project as well (either dragging everywhere or lifted,depending on what I can find),if it's a truck,it'll most likely take over bike hauling duties
    Thanks man. I'm very happy with this car and the hybrid is actually faster than the 4 cylinder Camry. I could have easily afforded the V6 but I use this car for commuting and I've put 18,000 miles on it in the first 10 months I've owned it (mostly commuting) so I figured I'd go with the fuel sipping hybrid.

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    My wife has a Lexus IS but we actually take my car when we go anywhere because it is larger and more comfortable. I have zero need for a truck and I have a motorcycle, which is way faster than nearly any car, to satisfy my need for speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandiego View Post
    Thanks man. I'm very happy with this car and the hybrid is actually faster than the 4 cylinder Camry. I could have easily afforded the V6 but I use this car for commuting and I've put 18,000 miles on it in the first 10 months I've owned it (mostly commuting) so I figured I'd go with the fuel sipping hybrid.

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    My wife has a Lexus IS but we actually take my car when we go anywhere because it is larger and more comfortable. I have zero need for a truck and I have a motorcycle, which is way faster than nearly any car, to satisfy my need for speed.
    Wow,and I thought we "put the miles on one",LOL,we're averaging pretty close to that tho,at current average for this year (to the anniversary of purchase) we should come in just under 18K for the year,LOL Yeah,they run much better than most people (who've not driven one) expect,we drove a hybrid first,but it sold the next morning (we were looking at used,'07-'11 cars),which made the decision much simpler between the two,hahaha! My LBS Guru-dude drives an '08 4 banger 5 speed and loves it. I'm disappointed with the MPG's this tank tho,due mostly to keeping my kids spoiled by sitting idling at the bus stop on cold mornings,with 103 miles on the tank,it's showing 21.8 MPG's on the display

    LOVE the IS's,BTW. We couldn't really swing a new one,but there've been semi-serious discussion of a nice used IS250 when we reach the half-way point in paying this one off (for her,and rotating the Camry to my daily driver). In the meantime tho,with the tax fairy coming soon (assuming we still get a refund these days),and with me missing having a project/mini-truck/etc,I'll probably look into a 1st generation Dime (S10) to drop and drag everywhere in until then
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    My rides ride.
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    Thule T2
    Just added the T2 add a bike over the weekend also added trailer lights.
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    ^ Smart move on the trailer lights! Too often lights become invisible with many bikes on a rack.
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    :jeep wave:

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    The daily 2003 GX470 - full time AWD, center locking diff, can tow 5000lbs+





    and alongside one of the other toys in the garage

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    Whats you Rides Ride

    I want to see that bike IN that supra
    WHY ARE YOU YELLING??!1

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    wheels off and the targa off it will fit lol i once brought a HUGE ass bbq set home in the trunk had to leave it open but still lol if you dream it....
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    Depending on my mood....

    '73 bronco...
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    Or with a little more effort.... '55 cheby.

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    2004 Honda Element EX AWD

    Here she is in the snow! The car in the parking lot in the second picture I had to push out, his tires were so bald I think driving in dry conditions would've been unsafe. This little toaster is great in the snow, I've start stopped on hills in deep snow and just pushed forward no problem. I think weight distribution plays a big part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57 View Post
    Here she is in the snow! The car in the parking lot in the second picture I had to push out, his tires were so bald I think driving in dry conditions would've been unsafe. This little toaster is great in the snow, I've start stopped on hills in deep snow and just pushed forward no problem. I think weight distribution plays a big part.
    I have been very happy with our Element EX AWD. Have had good performance in snow, some mud and lots of dirt roads. AWD is not quite on par with Subaru, but the price was much more affordable. I still need a bike hitch, but to date I fold up a back seat and shove the bike on in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy View Post
    Depending on my mood....

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    Two Nice rides there..................But that shoebox bronco is absolutely awesome!
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    Thanks! I've owned the Bronco for the better part of 16 years. She's temperamental but she's family.

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    I just got this. I have a hitch rack for it. Its getting a 4.5" lift and 33s.


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    Very cool old Ford (above), to new Ford.

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    2005 Porsche Cayenne S Holds Two 29ers INSIDE.....

    Albeit they both have to be laid down(both are 15mmTA)....there is no current need for a roof or hitch rack. This 370hp AWD "truck" is rated to tow 7,716 pounds:



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    Quote Originally Posted by sandiego View Post
    Thanks man. I'm very happy with this car and the hybrid is actually faster than the 4 cylinder Camry. I could have easily afforded the V6 but I use this car for commuting and I've put 18,000 miles on it in the first 10 months I've owned it (mostly commuting) so I figured I'd go with the fuel sipping hybrid.

    Another pic.

    My wife has a Lexus IS but we actually take my car when we go anywhere because it is larger and more comfortable. I have zero need for a truck and I have a motorcycle, which is way faster than nearly any car, to satisfy my need for speed.
    A couple more pics,one from yesterday (Tuesday...I realise it's after midnight and Thursday ) hauling nothing less than the Xtracycle (to be stripped of it's build for a Surly Troll coming in)...it hung out to the side just a bit


    And what a difference 24 hours makes. When I went to pick the Wife up,there was 6-8" of unyet-driven-on powder (pic is from a few minutes ago when out walking the dog)...



    With nearly 300 horses humming along whilest we had the butt warmers on,she didn't skip a beat


    (LOL,how's that for corny? )
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    my new rig set up. swagman xtc
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    [QUOTE=Timmy;10966175]Depending on my mood....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kntr View Post
    I just got this. I have a hitch rack for it. Its getting a 4.5" lift and 33s.

    OMG, those are cool. I spent my hole child hood with one of those. And, when I was a little older, I had a lot of fun with my Home Coming Queen girlfriend in the back. One time I was speeding and the cops were after me in the canyon I grew up in. So, we pulled behind a barn, made out, waited for the cop to go up and then down the canyon and left when the sun came up. Here is what I'm using now. Kinda the modern day equivalent. This thing will go places that you can't walk.


    And sometimes I put a bike in the back of this.
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    Made a trip to the LBS to pay for my son's new mtn bike yesterday (his first "full sized",a 26"er Giant ),and saw this lonely feller's kin (another Jeep) sitting on a dealer's lot for sale. After a test drive,didn't like the other one,but as soon as we left the lot test driving this one,new it was the One I wanted to spend the next several years hauling bikes with



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    Great XJ! Congrats on a great find. Getting harder and harder to find them in good shape.

    I love the EB's too! I'd say a 2 door JK is more of the modern. equivalent though.
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