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Old 04-03-2006, 12:58 AM   #1
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put a little music in it since there is no sound for the vid, I thought the song choice was fitting. I get some more footage of our other outings I'll put one together to "Red Neck Woman" by Gretchen Wilson

http://media.putfile.com/Wife-pulling-tree-with-Jeep

I know, it'* not a Bonne, but at least it'* not rice.
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and the reason for hauling the tree...ahh who cares...its cool!!
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Impressive, Jeep made pretty easy work of that.

Good tune
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and the reason for hauling the tree...ahh who cares...its cool!!
it was laying across the trail. People who run four wheeler and dirt bikes were driving around it and tearing up the surounding brush.

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Impressive, Jeep made pretty easy work of that
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Thanks, we've pulled bigger with it too. I love that 4.0 inline.
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she'* a keeper

the wife I mean.
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and the reason for hauling the tree...ahh who cares...its cool!!
it was laying across the trail. People who run four wheeler and dirt bikes were driving around it and tearing up the surounding brush.

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Impressive, Jeep made pretty easy work of that
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Thanks, we've pulled bigger with it too. I love that 4.0 inline.
can you tow a bonnie???
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Impressive, Jeep made pretty easy work of that
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Thanks, we've pulled bigger with it too. I love that 4.0 inline.
Those things are freakin torque monsters, especially when you lock'em down low in 4.....I had a friend that could do wheelies with his lol.
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Those things are freakin torque monsters, especially when you lock'em down low in 4.....I had a friend that could do wheelies with his lol.
We've climbed some steep grades just by putting in in 4 low, throw it in 1st and let off the clutch, never even have to touch the gas.
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I like the choice of song -- AC\DC - The Girl'* Got Rythm.

Nice vid, what type of tires do you have on the jeep...
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I like the choice of song -- AC\DC - The Girl'* Got Rythm.

Nice vid, what type of tires do you have on the jeep...

Sport King A/T, they're a pretty decent tire for an all terrain. The lugs are alot more agressive then they look in the picture below.They don't clean out as fast as a dedicated mud tire , but since the Jeep is my wife'* daily driver we stuck with an A/T to get longer life out of our tires.


We run them in 31" for height, again to save money, and our 2" suspension lift keeps them from rubbing when we disconnect the sway bar.
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