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    it makes me sad that they're replacing the defender with that awful monstrosity and that they will never import it.

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    I've been watching a few more episodes of this drama. I gotta admit...I love that big Toyota. Makes want to get a mullet and some boggers.

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    hearing the passenger in the Toyota squeal like a pig is really getting annoying.

    up until this last episode, I was enjoying the travel blog of Alaska - now, it's simply drama with a different backdrop. What cracks me up is this - okay, so allegedly the Jeep was the only one with a land anchor, then the Cruiser crew made one out of a cut up hi-lift jack... but the last show, everyone had their own including the mullet brothers...

    what I'm curious about, though, is how they've managed 600 miles without a refill... and no one is carrying 100 gallons of fuel - as I said, drama.


    oh yeah, has anyone noticed every time they use the land anchor, it's not set up right? the spade goes 75-90* to the pull line so the anchor keeps aiming down the harder you pull on it (which makes for loads of fun getting it out if you don't attach a chain to the top). The way they have it set, it merely skims across the surface (which makes it easy to get out, but doesn't make getting the vehicle out very successful)....

    anyway, fictional, drama tv... and it is fun to watch on DVR while eating (without the commercials)
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    Run off and leave everybody like the one truck did and don't expect any future help. Might also find a few tires slashed.
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    It's a race - it's not a poker run.
    With that said, I cannot imagine why they let the Rover guys back
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperBuickGuy View Post
    It's a race - it's not a poker run.
    With that said, I cannot imagine why they let the Rover guys back
    Increased drama.
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    It is actually a pretty decent show.............If you watch it with the sound turned off.

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    I have actually learned a few things from the show. Using the HiLift as a spike was pretty clever. I have done the welding trick with jumper cables once before. I tried to straighten a bent tie rod with a winch but failed.

    I really like the War Wagon! I pass one almost every day coming home from work. *DROOL*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunner_45 View Post
    It is actually a pretty decent show.............If you watch it with the sound turned off.
    I'll have to do that next time... about the only people I can stand are the two leaders (Jeep/FJ55) - both of their side-kicks, though, I'd have fed to the bears on Day 2

    I drove a FJ55, while I'm on my 8th FJ40 - I can't imagine a situation where I'd own a FJ55, there are just far too many better options out there (such as a FJ60 or FJ80) not to mention any full-size, American made SUV.
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    Just watched the first 4 episodes of the show so I pulled up this old thread. Should I keep watching? Canít believe that the chrome nerf bars are still on that 4 runner.


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