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Old 01-29-2009, 04:39 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by highway_patrol View Post
Yeah mudflaps would be a good idea but at the same time I really don't care. Though it is nice to have a backyard big enough to contain aforementioned shenanigans. The down side is that somewhere during one of my 2 minute cyclone sessions something in the steering let loose and now it's really light until lock then it rebounds a bit and there's a squealing sound. Belt perhaps? Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Anybody have any ideas?

Originally Posted by WorldRallyRedneck View Post
Wow John, the rex is starting to look like the Outback you used to have, covered in mud. Looks like fun, finally got to see the playground behind your house that you told me about.
Yeah I originally said to my friends, no rally in the backyard but then i really thought about it and came to the conclusion that the rex would take the abuse better than that Outback I had due more to the fact if I break something it's not as expensive to fix plus parts are easier to come by plus the rex is stick not auto. Right now I'm just worried about my steering issue from said shenanigans.

Originally Posted by mla163 View Post
more shenanigans?
There will be more when it snows again

Originally Posted by mechman900 View Post
You guys should come out to rallyX @ Summit Point!
I've been down once but I keep forgetting to keep my days cleared for the days you guys run down there.

Originally Posted by chazly413 View Post
You need mudflaps the both of you But damn, that looks like a lot of fun. I'm jealous, John. I was driving around down here just trying to find ONE parking lot with snow in it lol
You could always go out to the Woods golf course.

Originally Posted by nhat View Post
i'm with buttdyno. fastar!

i think my lip would get ripped off if i tried that
If you stay in that corner and don't cut down in real far you'd probably be fine, maybe.
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Last edited by highway_patrol; 01-29-2009 at 04:45 PM.
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