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Old 12-17-2016, 09:58 AM   #1
Hondo
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Default FJ Cruiser at Hollister Range Rover obstacle course

It all started out good, had his tire on top of the rock like your supposed to, then the rock started to move and he freaked and nailed it. As the rock rolled out, it ripped the steering wheel out of his hands, and the steering took a hard left which rolled the rock up and under. That's why they tell you to keep your thumbs on the outside of the steering wheel. Those fjs are tougher than they look. Pulled it off from the back so the rock would roll out the way it went in. Strap on the front goes to a Jeep in neutral to keep the fj from falling over when it went back over the rock. Dented oil pan, gas tank, front drive shaft, and front bumper, but he drove it home.
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1975 Scout II healthy 258, Wide T19 , 4:1 D300 3:54s,
1972 Real clean stock Scout II P/S, P/B, 345, T18, 3:73s
1969 Mach I. Balanced ported 351W, 650 double pumper, Super T10, Detroit locker with 4.11s. Lowered with racing springs, bars, Konis etc.
(Don't worry about getting arrested when I drive the Scouts).
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