Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Justintiime, Dec 12, 2007.
New addition to my FJ
Those are some big black balls you got there.
And his name is Jolly.
its a TuRD knob
gay balls go with a gay ride, amirite?
not sure about the whole "gay" part....I might have to take your word for it since you probably know more about gay stuff than me.
okay, buddy. Yet you're driving the FJ
A purple one, to boot! You're just a hater.
How are the blind spots?
you know, I heard everyone bitching about the blind spots before I even bought my truck. Now that I've had mine for 3-4 months, I can honestly say they arent any worse than any other car I've had.
With that said, I always always drive with my mirrors, and I have never had a problem in my FJ. I would say they aren't an issue, but then my buddy Potroast would call me a liar, so take what I said how you want.
No, that's just you justifying your purchase in your mind. For the rest of us, we KNOW that mirrors don't show the entire picture. In the mean time, I have no issues checking my blind spots.
Okay, I'm feeling kind of dumb right now. What do the letters mean? H and L mean high and low, but what the hell is HL and LL? And where is the RWD selection?
H = 2wd High-range
HL = 4wd High-range
LL = 4wd Low-range
Im pretty sure I would have to justify my purchase, if I didnt like it. But, I really enjoy my FJ, so justifying needed. Hater.
n00b. You don't know as much as you think I don't have the option of 2WD. Hater.
You don't have a RWD option? That's stupid. You don't need 4WD on dry pavement.
So what are the abbreviations for?
the "H" for me, just means standard All Wheel Drive, not 2 Wheel Drive. I just figured such an afficionado would know such an easy fact.
sorry, I drive a real 4x4 rig. None of that pussy AWD shit.
Who? Me or him? I'm no truck afficionado.
What do the big and little L's stand for?
you gotta admit thats a pretty lame labeling system.
Jeep got it right
or if you got the full time case
What does 4Full-Time do that 4Hi doesn't do?
you can use 4full-time on pavement.
4Hi should only be used in low-traction situations.
i was talkin to my boy potroast