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Old 09-02-2007, 09:46 AM
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Talking Went 4 wheeling yesterday.................

For a short time, we are doing the body and paint and assorted repairs on a friend Andy's 1977 F100 the one I took out not one but TWO 8x8 stop signs with a couple few years ago in the winter after hitting a patch of icey road in Oshawa.

Well long story short the body work has about another day and a half and then we put the whole thing including new rubbers back together.

Oh Ya the 4 wheel driving Andy has a dirt path that runs behind his house lots of big holes and muddy spots to run through, I hit one hole so hard my buddy Mark in the passenger seat complained I should have slowed down or at least warned him I was going to hit the hole I of course said I was very sorry and would not do it again(Not) I called him a big baby and offered to get him a tissue for his issue.

First rule of 4X4 ing hold on and keep your eyes open because not even the driver knows how hard it's going to hit.


The Bronco handled awsomely it is one excellent Truck.

Thursday I pulled a tree out of the neighbours front lawn with the Bronco as well, I put it in 4 wheel low and it barely hit 1500 RPM to pull the tree roots and all out of the ground.

Oh yes before you ask they were going to chain saw or axe it out then dig out the root I of course being a good neighbour offered to pull it out.


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Thursday I pulled a tree out of the neighbours front lawn with the Bronco as well, I put it in 4 wheel low and it barely hit 1500 RPM to pull the tree roots and all out of the ground.

Oh yes before you ask they were going to chain saw or axe it out then dig out the root I of course being a good neighbour offered to pull it out.


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Ya, that's how the tree guys do it too.

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