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Attitude with Altitude
Topic Started: Aug 6 2017, 10:53 AM (467 Views)
Hosspower98
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Celebrating GL's inaugural 5th generation Ford F-Series 4X4 from the All-Terrain series 5.

Shown with two customized and converted 4X2s.

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Emptywallet
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Those are sweet,especially the orange one!!!
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Pegers
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the blue in the middle does it for me.
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daniel60
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JeepXJLover
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Pegers
Aug 6 2017, 01:54 PM
the blue in the middle does it for me.
Likewise
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Hosspower98
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daniel60
Aug 6 2017, 04:07 PM
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Watch out for those low overpasses. That would be a terrible skullision. Cool picture!
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daniel60
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Hosspower98
Aug 8 2017, 05:49 AM
daniel60
Aug 6 2017, 04:07 PM
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Watch out for those low overpasses. That would be a terrible skullision. Cool picture!
I thought it had attitude and overpasses I'll take them out!! LOL.
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juantoo3
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

LOL...sorry, can't help but flash back to an incident on the road.

Way back in the day I was given directions to go under a railroad bridge. As I approached, I saw the clearance was a bit low for what I needed. These things happen in the northeast, especially NJ and NY, where bridge height (for some unknown reason) is measured from the hub rather than the ground.

I got on the radio, "can I get under this bridge."

The reply: "Hand, if you try to go under that bridge you'll be on the evening news."

I didn't try to go under the bridge. Had to find another way around.

Point being, you might *think* you'll take out a bridge, but trust me...the bridge *will* win.
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daniel60
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juantoo3
Aug 8 2017, 11:18 AM
LOL...sorry, can't help but flash back to an incident on the road.

Way back in the day I was given directions to go under a railroad bridge. As I approached, I saw the clearance was a bit low for what I needed. These things happen in the northeast, especially NJ and NY, where bridge height (for some unknown reason) is measured from the hub rather than the ground.

I got on the radio, "can I get under this bridge."

The reply: "Hand, if you try to go under that bridge you'll be on the evening news."

I didn't try to go under the bridge. Had to find another way around.

Point being, you might *think* you'll take out a bridge, but trust me...the bridge *will* win.
I believe you!! :toofunny:
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webestang64
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JeepXJLover
Aug 6 2017, 07:19 PM
Pegers
Aug 6 2017, 01:54 PM
the blue in the middle does it for me.
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Agreed.......... :bowing:
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Pegers
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juantoo3
Aug 8 2017, 11:18 AM
LOL...sorry, can't help but flash back to an incident on the road.

Way back in the day I was given directions to go under a railroad bridge. As I approached, I saw the clearance was a bit low for what I needed. These things happen in the northeast, especially NJ and NY, where bridge height (for some unknown reason) is measured from the hub rather than the ground.

I got on the radio, "can I get under this bridge."

The reply: "Hand, if you try to go under that bridge you'll be on the evening news."

I didn't try to go under the bridge. Had to find another way around.

Point being, you might *think* you'll take out a bridge, but trust me...the bridge *will* win.
here in chicago many of the bridges are marked wrong.mostly because when the streets are repaved they do not
remeasure the clearance height.
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Aug 6 2017, 04:07 PM
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:P :P :P
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:lol: :D :)
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