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Antonious

Member Since 17 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 12 2014 10:49 AM
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In Topic: First Car?

10 October 2014 - 08:51 PM

Mid-2000's are the ones I'm talking about.


In Topic: First Car?

09 October 2014 - 11:25 AM

 

I don't trust Cherokees. Pure and simple.
I live in South Dakota and about a dozen of the people I work with own Cherokees, none of whom hadn't had some sort of issue with them. One of my coworkers said that a Cherokee was designed when Chrysler said they had a ton of left-over parts and said just throw them all together.

I've owned a Subaru up here for almost 3 years now and have never had any issues whatsoever, including 3 successful ventures through blizzards to help pick up people who were stranded.

 

Don't get a Hummer. There's a certain stigma attached to them concerning your manhood, plus everybody thinks Hummer drivers are just douchebags in general.

 

As for old trucks, I haven't encountered many owners having leaf-spring problems up here even with trucks 20+ years-old. Maybe my experience is an anomaly, but that just doesn't sound like reason alone to throw out a good strong pick-up from the 70's-00's.

All cars have issues, but try to kill a 4.0L cherokee. You'll have a hard time doing it

 

Don't know if any of them were 4.0's, but if you see more than half a dozen Cherokees go down, you begin to notice some trends.


In Topic: My luck

04 October 2014 - 09:33 PM

Bro, do you even squeegee?
That's something I learned back when I played Outlaw ball in the New Mexico desert.


In Topic: First Car?

04 October 2014 - 09:30 PM

Random response: Mopar
Move
Over
Pontiacs
Are
Racing

That's pretty funny.
Mostly because it implies that Pontiacs are actually on the road and not sitting in a repair shop or salvage yard.


In Topic: First Car?

04 October 2014 - 09:26 PM

I don't trust Cherokees. Pure and simple.
I live in South Dakota and about a dozen of the people I work with own Cherokees, none of whom hadn't had some sort of issue with them. One of my coworkers said that a Cherokee was designed when Chrysler said they had a ton of left-over parts and said just throw them all together.

I've owned a Subaru up here for almost 3 years now and have never had any issues whatsoever, including 3 successful ventures through blizzards to help pick up people who were stranded.

 

Don't get a Hummer. There's a certain stigma attached to them concerning your manhood, plus everybody thinks Hummer drivers are just douchebags in general.

 

As for old trucks, I haven't encountered many owners having leaf-spring problems up here even with trucks 20+ years-old. Maybe my experience is an anomaly, but that just doesn't sound like reason alone to throw out a good strong pick-up from the 70's-00's.