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Old 02-24-2011, 09:34 PM
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Hey Guys, just thought I would share a few pictures of my sweet spot up here in Northern Illinois. This spot is right across the street from my work! So on my hour long lunch breaks I can get a little bit of wheelin in to brighten my day.















 
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:41 AM
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Looks like a sweet spot to wheel. Even better that you can do it on your lunch break from work.
 
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where ya at?
 
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A place on the edge of Woodstock
 
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those trails are gonna be soooooo much fun come Spring time!


lucky SOB!


unrelated question, but are both of your lower dog legs rotten, or is that just mud?
 
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Old 02-26-2011, 10:20 AM
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Oldskool, yeah the area right in front of my back tires are rotten beyond belief. I'm hoping to bondo that area and get my truck painted black in the future, that is if my head gasket isn't blown (see the 2nd gen tech thread for more details on that )
 
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This makes me wanna take my truck out today!
 
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Man i havent seen grass in MONTHS
 
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I remember when mine used to look like that!!!

Take my advice, look into installing the TransGo "Orange Box" tranny kit into that thing!

I see you catch your rear bumper to! LOL! Gunna chop up a jeep tube rear bumper after I get these rock sliders on - they've been in the garage for almost a year.

PS. 230K miles!
 
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