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post #10311 of 11096 Old 09-04-2019, 10:08 PM
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The Gladiator I think would fit you too a T, and by the way I've always pictured your ass sylphlike so sevlte isn't far off.
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There must be a alternative definition for sylphlike or I'm remembering it wrong. I thought it meant womanly.

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Rocky the bronco has the air roof so more than likely the bronco truck would have that option, especially since the old bronco had a removable top. Maybe even a raptor bronco truck.

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There must be a alternative definition for sylphlike or I'm remembering it wrong. I thought it meant womanly.
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an imaginary spirit of the air.

I think you're thinking of a Nymph?

spirit of the air and my butt definitely go together. A whole lot of air coming out of it.
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Rocky the bronco has the air roof so more than likely the bronco truck would have that option, especially since the old bronco had a removable top. Maybe even a raptor bronco truck.
That would be pretty awesome. Likely cost a bit though. I have to look out for that.
That freaking Jeep is calling me though.
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I used to have a Rubicon. It was a lot of fun, but not so much on the highway.

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I have had 2- Jeep wranglers, ended up putting hard tops and full doors on both. The newer jeeps don’t appear to be as reliable as the old school jeeps.

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I went to therapy today and told them I was having problems walking that my knee was going tight, the therapist says I’m walking wrong. I said so I been walking wrong for 60 years and she said yes. So she says you need to stand up tall and suck in your tummy and pull in my ass, I said basically your telling me I’m walking like you and she says how is that. I said your walking around with your ass sticking out. She gives me one of those smirks. Oh well I couldn’t help it lol. Now they trying to teach me how to walk correctly, feel like a robot. They said I walk all bent over I told them I was a sloucher.

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careful now, no sexual harassment........
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I played with a 89 YJ for about 3 years. Bought from a fellow in New York actually. Rock was that you?
It came with a GMC Vortex 4.3 liter V6, Think the doner was a 2001 Jimmy Blazer. A few goodies it had that I can recall where a light 700R4 automatic, 2.72 to 1 ratio transfer case, (i later installed) a Lincoln Locker in the front Dana 35 and a Dana Trutrac in the 44 out back, 3.73 gears, 33 x 12.5 16 Goddyear MT/Rs which were big back then I thought. Came with an over sprung 6 inch lift when I bought it. Couldn't flex over a damn curb and would beat you to death in the rough shit. I'm telling you man it road like a tank and I thought oh lord what have I done. I tamed it down to about a 5 1/2" lift that would go from bump stop to strap end by playing with and removing a leaf spring or two. Think I changed shocks too. After that everyone was asking if I had that new soft ride lift from Fabtech. LOL I said no I had a 40 hour investment into making work the Skyjacker it came with lift.
Loved that damn thing and it was relentless in almost every scenario I put it in, mud, rock snow and even light towing. Sure I broke shit like U joints, a shift fork and a front pinion gear. Yet it always got me home, limping some times but under it's own power. Even pulled a buddy out of the woods with front wheel drive only once after he lost his trans and why I think the front pinion gave way later. Good ole Lincoln Locker proved its self that night though and my moto was if it breaks build it back stronger anyway. Missed it at times for awhile but the family grew so if had to go.

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After meeting Mark.... I'd bet by the time their tryst was over it would be he that was filling. LOL
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