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View Poll Results: do you gangsta lean
lean to the right, arm on center rest.left hand on wheel? 27 56.25%
lean to the left, arm out the window. right hand on wheel? 12 25.00%
sit straight up. either hand? 5 10.42%
hands at 10 & 2? 2 4.17%
sit on centre consol, head out of sunroof 2 4.17%
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Old 10-12-2006, 04:41 PM   #31
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Usually my left hand is down around 7 o'clock
thats the only way to roll
Sooo you guys use the right hand for the wheel huh?
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Usually my left hand is down around 7 o'clock
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I put the cruise control on, climb up through the sun roof and sit on the roof, and then steer with my feet.
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I also sit on the console, but sadly, no sunroof.

J/K I ride with my right elbow on the console, right hand on shifter, and left hand at either 12 or 7.
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i usually have left hand on wheel and right on shifter/console. and i always lean back when i drive...becasue i broke one of the seat mounts on the floor so now the left front of my seat leans back like a ****. and i cant even drive with my knees cuz my car pulls wicked crazy to the right. i have to hold my hand at about 12 but turn the wheel so then its about 11 or 10.... i call it automatic lane changing but it only works one way
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that needs an all of the above option, because I do each of those at some point during the course of a journey.
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10 and 4/ 10 and shifter Ready for any left turn that sneaks up on me!
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Usually my hands are at 11 and 3. I sit straight in the seat because I pumped my side bolsters full of padding so they hug me well
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#1 ---Gansta Lean all the way. Pimpin' ain't easy. :pimp: But seriously...been driving that way for like 15 years now. Seat reclined do far back I ccan barely see over the hood.
But it'* honestly more of a comfort thing, being 6'2 kinda effects it. I used to drive a couple of little cars like an Aries and a Renault Encore hatchback, so that was my only choice. Now it'* just habit. I can't stand to sit straight up. My back actually kills if I can recline. And I know I gotta chang my siggie, workin on that.
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