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        05-14-2013, 11:28 AM
      #8841
    Green Broke
    [QUOTE=Roadyy;2508578]I'm not in bed. I'm sitting at work almost an hour before I have to clock in. Its a habit I got into years ago when I had a car breakdown on me going to work. Since then I ALWAYS give myself enough time to find someone to pick me up to go on into work. So many people will take the day off to get their vehicle towed to the shop. I just don't understand losing a full days pay, my attendance bonus for the month plus paying the cost of towing and repairs. Yes, I get a 10 bonus check if I'm here everyday on time. They give us up to one hour to be late once a month and still collect the bonus for the month.


    We need this at our work. There are so many people here that come and go as they please. One guy works the same hours as me 7:00 - 3:30, every day he is there no earlier than 7:20 and leaves at 3:20 every day. He also disappears for hours at a time during the day an no one says a word. Drives me nuts!
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        05-14-2013, 11:32 AM
      #8842
    Green Broke
    WTG with Grace!!!! Well done, you should be proud!!!!

    Well we sticked Hunter last weekend and he is only 14.1

    Oh well I still love him.


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        05-14-2013, 12:15 PM
      #8843
    Weanling
    Hunter, from my perspective as a boss, your co-worker would find himself mired in deep doo-doo with me.
    That habit of his of coming in late and leaving early would end quickly, one way or another.
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        05-14-2013, 12:22 PM
      #8844
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    Oh, thought I would post a couple more pics of a fun afternoon of messing around in the jeep before the start of the transformation.











    Hope you enjoy. I did doing it. Lol
    WOW we have something else in common I will post some pictures of our jeep.. its a 2000 sahara that is all Built up.
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        05-14-2013, 12:38 PM
      #8845
    Weanling
    One of my best friend's sister-in-law and her husband are Monster truckers.
    Dawn and Jimmy Creten--Bounty Hunter and Scarlet Bandit.
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        05-14-2013, 12:58 PM
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    Here are a few of our crawler.
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        05-14-2013, 01:07 PM
      #8847
    Green Broke
    Good looking Jeep even if does come with all those panzy emminities of the TJ line. Lol... Are those Maxxis Creepy Crawlers? Tires. I loved my Maxxis Bighorns and their traction. Did y'all build any of the armor on the jeep or buy it all? In the pick of mine with the tire in the air you can see my rear bumper and the rock sliders under the door and in one of the other pics you can see the front bumper with winch plate I built for it. Sure saved alot of money that way. Lol
         
        05-14-2013, 01:10 PM
      #8848
    Green Broke
    PrairieRose, I looked up Bounty hunter in my youtube files and came across an extreme rock bouncer by that name, but he runs a full tube buggy they race up the mountain trails. Is that the same one? I can't access YT from work pc and can't link the YT video from my phone to show the one I found.
         
        05-14-2013, 01:16 PM
      #8849
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    Good looking Jeep even if does come with all those panzy emminities of the TJ line. Lol... Are those Maxxis Creepy Crawlers? Tires. I loved my Maxxis Bighorns and their traction. Did y'all build any of the armor on the jeep or buy it all? In the pick of mine with the tire in the air you can see my rear bumper and the rock sliders under the door and in one of the other pics you can see the front bumper with winch plate I built for it. Sure saved alot of money that way. Lol
    It was Completely rebuilt by the hubby and his Friend that wields I am not sure about all the tech stuff though.. I do know it has 10" total lift..
    They mostly do Rock Crawling with it. Up in SD and in Mohab also down in Kansas.
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        05-14-2013, 01:25 PM
      #8850
    Green Broke
    I was suppose to be going to a Wounded Warrior benefit ride the last weekend of this month with our group, but am scheduled to cover children's church on that Sunday. We usually go to north central Alabama where there are several great offroad parks within 50 miles of each other. We will have to try and organize a meet and ride some where in the middle some time. Maybe in Arkansas at the SuperLift ORV or there abouts. I know there are some awesome trails around Nashville as well.

    If he doesn't already know about it then have him check out Hardline Crawlers website. He will love it for the hardcore stuff.
         

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