@essextee i still havent finished 4
preston keeps nagging me to do shit...i hate him
oo do this do that...oh you have so many minutes to save these villagers (optional)
yeah fuck you...its the apocalypse
and what the fuck do i want to build a settlement for?
(custom power armor is fun tho)
Not sure how you feel about putting holes in your Jeep cab but maybe there is something that you can mount to your bumper. Realistically something that can mount to your roll cage might be easier/safer in the long run as you're more likely to be rear ended than the tank breaking free in an accident.
I had a sit at a sunset viewing spot yesterday while waiting for a mate to arrive. It was ace. I'm usually too busy running and meeting up with people, never take time to sit.
Sitting outside was only recently made legal here and the weather is getting better. Now's the time for it
@rallywrench I fondly remember the that 29x3.0 setup on my former Stache 9.7 hardtail. I rode 'em at 10psi for carrying my 158lbs self. I liked the way they inspired confidence and laughed at sand, but eventually I got to the point earlier this year where I started riding a lot harder and faster and realizing how much speed I was giving up with that much rubber.
That led to my current Trek Top Fuel 9.7, as a down country bike on 29x2.4 rubber. I'm riding these 2.4s at 18 psi these days. The bike and smaller rubber is a lot better suited for the stuff I like to ride at a fast pace. I wouldn't mind another 29+ bike someday for messing around on, but now I'm converted to the church of full squish.
@ricerocketeer Generally very good! It's comfy and has plenty of power (VQ35) and has been fairly reliable. Few electrical gremlins, and it has a tiny coolant leak I haven't pinpointed yet (can smell it but not see it, gotta get some dye). Ours is 2WD, and I wish it had a limited slip rear end, it's too easy to spin one tire on loose/wet surfaces. It doesn't feel as invincible as my '91 Pathfinder did, but it's not far off.
@ibrad There is nothing stubborn about not wanting a disposable vehicle. They used to be decently reliable with horrible interiors. Then the GDI era began, and that got reversed. If you plan to keep a vehicle longer than a lease period, don't buy a Hyundai/Kia.
@sn4cktimes I been wanting to buy one new tire as the spare was brand new, rotate stuff around and get rid of the one tire that was the worst. No chains like Discount Tire or Big O or Less Schwab would touch it. I didn’t even think of the dealership.