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June 2009 4x4 Truck Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on June 1, 2009 Comment (0)
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4-Wheel & Off-Road
6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048-5515
fax 323.782.2704

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Mess Of The Month
Monster Jam
After driving the car in the photo to the point of overheating, I thought it would be a good idea to play monster truck with my '84 Chevy 1-ton. Despite having lockers, a lift, and 37-inch Iroks, when the roof caved in it lifted the back tires off the ground, while simultaneously flames began to pour out from under the car's hood. Completely stuck and without a fire extinguisher onboard, all I could do was step back and watch as 10 years of work went up in flames.
Justin Sandholdt
via 4wheeloffroad.com

Tanked TJ
When you have access to an army tank training course, you have to give it a try in your own 4x4. As it turns out my '99 TJ can't quite keep up.
Jared Shook
via 4wheeloffroad.com



Ball & Chain
I was trying to find a nice place off road to propose to my girlfriend, but we ended up stuck here. It might not have been the best way to propose, but at least she said yes!
Travis Davis
via 4wheeloffroad.com



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