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Old 01-27-2017, 08:02 PM   #26 (permalink)
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After 750,000 miles I rarely if ever speed. Drive a car on the track then tell me you get the same thrill from speeding on the road. On a 900 mile road trip you can make a few minutes speeding. But still if you get stopped once you have killed you 6 month average for speed.

I have a friend that's a DUI lawyer. Texting and driving has a way higher rate of accident and tickets vs dui. It's one of the few thing that more dangerous than mom with a kid. And yes it's more dangerous statistically speaking to have a mom with a child in the car vs a blood alcohol level of .08


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I know what you mean about racing...I used to race in the Rolex Series. I've race a motorcycle once or twice as well.

Just imagine if teens were legally allowed to drink! Those statistics would change drastically.
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Can you guys find a room? I just want to know more about the truck and all you texting crybabies can fuck off.
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Old 01-28-2017, 12:59 AM   #28 (permalink)
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You guys ever hear of voice to text ??


BTW, I need to borrow that when I get down there, I have a few errands to run and I haven't finished watching "The Last Kingdom" on Netflix .


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Old 01-31-2017, 06:48 PM   #29 (permalink)
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You guys ever hear of voice to text ??


BTW, I need to borrow that when I get down there, I have a few errands to run and I haven't finished watching "The Last Kingdom" on Netflix .




Negative Ghostrider...the truck isn't available to anyone else yet (until it's under my insurance)! Also, didn't you teach me how to voice to text? Lol
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Old 03-17-2017, 07:03 PM   #32 (permalink)
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wow that is so clean, I wish my rig was that clean sometimes haha.
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Old 03-19-2017, 04:16 PM   #33 (permalink)
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wow that is so clean, I wish my rig was that clean sometimes haha.
I love it...we almost took it on the Mojave Trail on Friday but I'm sure glad we didn't! The water crossing was deep! It was right at the bottom of my door openings on the Jeep...would've been almost halfway up the doors on the Nissan. It's got really nice original carpet. Lol.
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I love it...we almost took it on the Mojave Trail on Friday but I'm sure glad we didn't! The water crossing was deep! It was right at the bottom of my door openings on the Jeep...would've been almost halfway up the doors on the Nissan. It's got really nice original carpet. Lol.
Which is why I used the word "sometimes" That thing is way too clean to beat on, and I love not giving a shit about my truck when I'm in the woods with it.

Also, nevermind the nice clean carpet, if water gets to your carpet it will fry the engine ECU that's located under the passenger seat
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Which is why I used the word "sometimes" That thing is way too clean to beat on, and I love not giving a shit about my truck when I'm in the woods with it.

Also, nevermind the nice clean carpet, if water gets to your carpet it will fry the engine ECU that's located under the passenger seat
That's good info to know...I should say "remember". I had a cherry '85 720 King Cab that I took everywhere, including Mexico. After YEARS of trips I had to remove the passenger seat for some reason. Stashed under the carpet near the ECU was a bunch of drug paraphernalia. I'd probably still be in a Mexican jail if I had been caught. I had owned that truck for so long I don't think I would've been able to convince anybody, who didn't know me, that it wasn't mine.
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