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  • Signs you may be a 4wheeler

    You might be a four wheeler if-
    10 -you think SPAM Shish-ka-bobs on a phillips screw driver taste good.
    9 -you have ever had 2 wheels off the ground and said "We're in good shape."
    8 -you have ever "nuked" a microwave burrito on an intake manifold.
    7 -you favorite cologne is "Eau de Unleaded" (91 octane).
    6 -you have ever heard a counselor say "no I don't think 38" Boggers will work well under your wife's Ford Fiesta."
    5 -you like mud cause "its high in minerals."
    4 -every dent you put in your vehicle pops 2 dents out.
    3 -you have to get the wheel barrow to clean your drive way off after you wash your vehicle.
    2 -you think "protection from the elements" (i.e. a top) is for wussies.


    And the #1 sign you might be a Four Wheeler is:
    1 - you have driven a vehicle for 10 hours straight ...and never exceeded 3 mph.


    (Borrowed from Bob Barrett)
    Last edited by paulhead; 03-21-04, 02:42 PM.
    “Lead me, follow me, or get out of my way. ”
    -Gen. George S. Patton Jr.

  • #2
    Signs you're a hard core four wheeler

    Signs that you're a hard core Four wheeler:


    - You find that you need a new house because you've outgrown your garage and the neighbors are threatening violence if you park one more vehicle on the street or in the front yard.

    - The requirements you give your real estate agent are (in order of importance):
    1) 8 car climate controlled garage with an attached shop, 8' high doors.
    2) Outside parking for 6 cars, a motor home, a crew cab dualie, a 28'enclosed trailer and a 34' 5th wheel.
    3) 3 phase 220V outlets in the garage for your welder.
    4) A grease pit.
    5) Convenient to a hazardous waste disposal site.
    6) Deaf neighbors.
    7) Across the street from a paint and body shop.
    8) Some sort of house with a working toilet and shower on the property somewhere -or- hookups for the motor home


    -Your email address refers to your truck rather than to you.
    - You buy new parts because you don't know where you put the spares.
    - You're looking for a tow vehicle and still haven't bought furniture for your house!
    - You measure all family acquisitions in terms of the number of parts that could have been purchased.
    - You look at the purchase of tools as a long term investment.
    - Your garage holds more vehicles than your house has bedrooms.
    - You have enough spare parts to build another truck.
    - You have truck parts in your cubicle at work.
    - Your Christmas list begins with another set of BFG MTs and E-Z Locker and your 'significant other' knows what they are
    - After your answer to "What did you do this weekend?" the next question is always: "And you do this for fun? Right?"
    - You have a separate drawer for 'garage clothes'.
    - People know you by your "off"s". "Oh, you are the one stuck in the mud at Fishing Creek last weekend!"
    - You talk to other cars on the road, calling them by the manufacturer's name.
    - Your criteria for selecting a significant other include auto repair skills. Air tools optional.
    - You plan your wedding around the club schedule.
    - You astound the clerk at Sears by bringing in a snapped breaker bar every other week or so.
    - You give out 4 wheel Parts Wholesalers number when a friend asks for the best hardware store.
    - You hate long distance driving, but you will gladly drive 800 miles to the trail.
    - You save broken car parts as " momentos".
    - You know the exact story behind every one! (see above)
    - You would choose a roll bar over air conditioning if it were an option.
    - Your idea of a good time is sitting around figuring out gear ratios and the ideal crawl ratio for given situations.
    - When someone refers to "The Good Book", you think of "The Jeep Owners Bible"
    - You own five Trucks and only one of them is street legal.
    - There's a poster of Moab up on the wall next to the family portraits.
    - Your video collection contains more wheeling videos then regular videos.
    - Your friends call to tell you they found another way into the woods rather than to see how your doing.
    - You refer to "Friends" by the type of truck they drive rather than names.
    - You filled out the Top Truck Challenge Voting card but threw away the Census 2000 forms.
    - 90% of you work e-mail is wheeling related
    - You keep trying to coerce your significant other to allow you to remove the doors on the mini van.
    - You refer to the local construction site as "The testing ground".
    - You can remember how to get to every trail you've been on but get lost going to your in-laws.
    - "The Big Question" refers to Bogger or TSL.
    - When someone says someone is Biased you immediately think of tires.
    - Your truck no longer fits in the garage.
    - Your truck has gone to super model status and doesn't leave the garage for any trail less than a 4+.
    - Your daily driver is considered a mild trail rig.
    - Drivers behind you can see the car in front of you, under the truck.
    - The term "Open with Attitude" is tattooed on you, or you're thinking about it.
    - You base your next vehicle purchase on it's crawl ratio and what's available for it in the after market.
    - People see pictures of your truck flexed out and ask "Is it broken?".
    - You stopped washing your truck cause it shows off the scratches.
    - Your boss asks you not to bring the truck to work anymore because it won't fit in the parking garage without the antenna scraping the ceiling.
    - You've actually replaced a fluorescent light in the parking garage cause your antenna hit it.
    - Your club web site is your home page.
    - You are in search of a house that borders state forest and refuse to buy anything that's not even remotely close to it.
    - You'll drop a couple grand on new axles but the kitchen sink still leaks.
    - The vacation pictures are all off road.
    - You ALWAYS have your drinks on the rocks!
    - You look at an open are in the woods and can determine the best line.
    - You base your social class on your recent RTI score rather than how much money you make.
    - Working on your truck is considered relaxation.
    - Every time you see a lowered truck you wanna get out and slap the driver silly.
    - You look at other cars and think to yourself "I can crawl over that".
    - You consider Rubicon as the holy land.
    - Tellico no longer scares you.
    - You carry more parts to the trail than home.
    - You've installed or though about installing a lift on the lawn mower.
    - You consider anything without 4wd-Useless.
    - Your ideal vehicle is a Unimog.
    - Your truck cost as much as an italian sports car.
    - When someone mentions "Xtreme" your eyes light up!
    - Motivation involves someone saying "you can't make it".

    And the #1 Sign you're a hard core wheeler:

    It's not considered a good trail ride if nothing breaks!


    (again borrowed from Bob Barett
    70` Wagoneer
    95` Grand Cherokee)
    Last edited by paulhead; 03-21-04, 02:50 PM.
    “Lead me, follow me, or get out of my way. ”
    -Gen. George S. Patton Jr.

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    • #3
      AWESOME!

      The house description is EXACTLY correct
      2002 TJ on 35s a bit of lift with some stuff
      Rock-ItMan all the way around

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      • #4
        my fav >>> You have driven a vehicle for 10 hours straight ...and never exceeded 3 mph.

        HAHAH!
        :gun:'99 TJ Sport:gun:

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        • #5
          thats awesome! who ever sat around and made this up is genious pure genious!
          those arent scratches and dents those are accent marks...

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          • #6
            Re: Signs you're a hard core four wheeler

            Originally posted by paulhead
            Signs that you're a hard core Four wheeler:


            - You find that you need a new house because you've outgrown your garage and the neighbors are threatening violence if you park one more vehicle on the street or in the front yard.

            - The requirements you give your real estate agent are (in order of importance):
            1) 8 car climate controlled garage with an attached shop, 8' high doors.
            2) Outside parking for 6 cars, a motor home, a crew cab dualie, a 28'enclosed trailer and a 34' 5th wheel.
            3) 3 phase 220V outlets in the garage for your welder.
            4) A grease pit.
            5) Convenient to a hazardous waste disposal site.
            6) Deaf neighbors.
            7) Across the street from a paint and body shop.
            8) Some sort of house with a working toilet and shower on the property somewhere -or- hookups for the motor home

            Is this a dream?

            [COLOR=blue]Chris[/COLOR]
            SAVE JOHNSON VALLEY!!! - CLICK HERE
            Ya Savvy?

            Motech Performance

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            • #7
              Re: Re: Signs you're a hard core four wheeler

              Originally posted by Dukes69
              Is this a dream?

              or is it the blueprint for finding the perfect house in SoCal!!!:yay:

              (not that I could afford it. )
              myJeeprocks.com

              "in the end... the rocks always win."

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