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Location: Yosemite!!! HA!

PostPosted: Thu Mar 31, 2011 10:09 pm    Post subject: Post your Ride  Reply with quote

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---What gets you where youre goin when you arnt
hiking? post yer ride, whether itsa car, bike,
beat-down off road pick-em-up-truck, donkey...whatever Very Happy



heres my baby that all my blood, sweat n tears go into when im not hiking and
trail-running -93 Prelude si, original engine, but Ive made some suspension, air-intake,
cooling and exhaust system improvements Cool



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PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My current project:



-=FD3S RX7=-
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-Stock turbos
-RE Amemiya everything
-Bigass wing that actually does it's intended job










JUST KIDDING



Mongoose Rockadile
-Mud (aftermarket)
-Grease (OEM)
-Stickers (JDM)
-Uncomfortable saddle (can't afford anything at all so no improvement there)

I don't own a car right now (you know that though). I'd love to have a fun car. Had a 79 TE72 'Rolla, 88 FC3S RX7, 90 S13 coupe, 91 S13 hatch, and a couple other things before. No job, no money. No ticky, no laundry!

I'm probably going with a Miata next (1.8l), cheap fuel efficient fun car. There are companies that offer built turnkey Spec Miatas for $10k, so I'd likely get one of those when I can. Next would be a WRX, probably an 06 for the 2.5 and better brakes, keeping it mostly stock and going with a cage and all the necessary bits and bobs to do some 'stage rally' kinda stuff.

Ultimate dream car would be an FD3S RX7, with a huge budget. Strip it down to bare metal, acid dip or whatever it, cage and reinforced chassis, 13B with modest power (400RWHP) or so, focus on very well tuned suspension for road racing (IE not lowered a ton).

Until then, I've got my ChevroLegs.
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When I'm not commuting in my 2006 Scion Xb Im rolling in this

The back tire is about 10"s off the ground  Shocked
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your avatar is killing me  Laughing

2005 civic. silver. probably the most boring car you could have (but 40 mpg highway makes up for it Smile  i enjoy doing fixing stuff, but it's not had anything to fix yet!

but i don't care about keeping it clean. i haven't washed it in years!



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Sexy...


My other rides...

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These "rides" as you call them are dismayingly sticker-free.




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This is Katrina. She's a 2002 Toyota Corolla. I adopted her from TX after a hurricane left her damaged and without a proper owner.

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My other ride... El Tigre. 1974 VW Thing: Stock 56-HP 1600cc Air-Cooled POWER!!

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 11:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zach's corolla is a beast of a machine,his Thing is super mint also.Totally surprised me with that one ,but you too Mitch!Good to see wonderful people keeping aircooled rides rolling =D  You guys have some sweet rides!

Taco=wangan master O_O


I have these two grocery getters...






oldie for fun (not my pic but on our local roads) Can you guess what road this is in the san gab's./ =)

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 11:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hwy 39?

Sheesh, where is that?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jim, you gotta post your ride if you wanna say something!
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Johnny Bronson wrote:
  Can you guess what road this is in the san gab's./ =)



 Is it the "holy shit! thats the scariest fkn road ive ever seen" highway?


@Jim, gee thanx. lol  -C'mon, i know you have a car, you have to, you have a baby
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Its on the way to baldy.."a back road"... Very Happy
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Johnny, the Kübelwagen isn't mine.  I think it belonged to Hitler.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Swiss-made and some real nice design touches.   Very tight ride and a great climbing machine.



Got some years on it now ('00) but this is my daily driver and it still gets it done.

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Location: Yosemite!!! HA!

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Johnny Bronson wrote:

Taco=wangan master O_O


He's in the Mid Night club!??..JK


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Johnny Bronson wrote:
Its on the way to baldy.."a back road"... Very Happy
Hunh?  Is that some part of 3N06?

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@Jim, gee thanx. lol  -C'mon, i know you have a car, you have to, you have a baby
My car is across the street on the right, third from the street.   Click to enlarge.


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-Sweet Very Happy  -I liked your tricycle n army cart to though, lol
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Obie, nice bike!

everyday, I'm the Wangan Touge mega master. I can drift into another dimension.
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But seriously...

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Best picture I have of my ride:


Tuesday I coast to the shoulder of the 101s. Thursday I rolled it off the 110n. It's been a rough week.

BONUS picture of my buddy's ride:
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AHAHHAHAHAHAHA MATT, that was awesome!

Davantalus, vary naice!
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Photos not working.  Dav.me is down.

Sad

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hikin_Jim wrote:
My car is across the street on the right, third from the street.HJ

Jim, where is this trailhead?
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Mike P wrote:
Hikin_Jim wrote:
My car is across the street on the right, third from the street.HJ

Jim, where is this trailhead?
Mineral King.  That's the trail head for Sawtooth Pass/Timber Gap.  I did a nice five day loop out of there including one nice albeit relatively short XC section.  Beautiful.

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Hikin_Jim wrote:
Mike P wrote:
Hikin_Jim wrote:
My car is across the street on the right, third from the street.HJ

Jim, where is this trailhead?
Mineral King.  That's the trail head for Sawtooth Pass/Timber Gap.  I did a nice five day loop out of there including one nice albeit relatively short XC section.  Beautiful.HJ

Yes,yes,yes. I knew it looked familiar. We parked there for our eight-day trip. Headed south over Franklin Pass and then exited at Timber Gap from the north...
Beautiful area. I noticed the marmot protection on some of the vehicles...
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Marmot protection? What will they do to your car?? Shocked
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Marmot protection? What will they do to your car?? Shocked


rodents will do what rodents do

chew chew chew
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It cant be all rodents, ive never had an issue with squirels n chipmunks and stuff, So Marmots EAT your CAR!??? thats messed up Sad
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Stainless steel braided hoses are the way to go for regulars. Plus, one can add a smug air of nonchalance while passing those that are constructing chicken wire fortresses around their vehicles.
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They smell the sweetness of the coolant/anti-freeze and gnaw through the rubber to get at it.
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How do they get past the  undercarriage  guard ? I have to remove like 10 bolts from front side n middle to remove it to get any access at all to hoses or anything from underneath.  the only thing it doesnt cover is my oil filter n bottom of pan.  I dont see how anything bigger than a mouse  could get in Confused
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 10:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yup, what Matt and Packer Greg said.

The vehicles in the pictures are using tarps. Others use the chicken wire set-up. I've seen plywood, too. The problem is worse in the spring. The marmots are not as bad in summer.
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everyday wrote:
It cant be all rodents, ive never had an issue with squirels n chipmunks and stuff, So Marmots EAT your CAR!??? thats messed up Sad


Leaving trail maintaining equipment out in the forest I've had all sorts of trouble having RODENTS chewing & gnawing on all sorts of things

They seem to especially favor the foam in ear protectors also leather gloves
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Ya. i see they hav tarps n crap. What im saying is, the undercarriage guard, that comes ON your CAR from dealership to keep rocks, water etc from hitting hoses, belts, fan, CV boots, air intake....I cant even fit a finger through it to even touch a hose or wiring. How could a big marmot get past it. I cant get past it when my cars on the lift, without a socket-set to remove it. it shields entire front part of car like a huge plate thats bolted flush to the under-body of car, side to side. Its a huge hard, thing, that covers the entire bottom of car to keep engine parts safe.  Im just wondering how theyd get through it.  Smile

Or do some cars not hav this? (though thats hard to believe, itd leave the engine exposed to all kindsa dammage id think...and let water on th cai..)
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Dunno how the Marmots do it, but I wasn't taking any chances.  If you look closely at my photo, you'll see rocks around the car.  Those rocks are holding down chicken wire which is surrounding the car like a skirt.

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Maybe they're magic marmots!  Or maybe they have thier own socket-set they stole from another car  Laughing  --Im guessin though that maybe alotta cars just dont hav the big stock under-carriage guards like mine, ive seen other 'ludes without em, so...
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Yeah, it's probably a conspiracy by the International Tarp & Poultry Netting cartel; or maybe just a scam conjured by that guy I saw in the parking lot selling radiator hoses out of the back of a van.
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Who knew that marmots liked Japanese food.
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back on topic...heres the other car, 2001 IS300 (my dads, but when its here in palm springs i use it for long trips, grocery-getting, and sometimes take it up hwy 74 for fun night cruises   Cool  ...almost drifted her off the edge one night but somehow saved it, my dad woulda been so mad! lol so i dont push it so much now since i dont own it...yet)   -usually much cleaner, but this was taken right after 700mile trip to nor cal n back



a lil cleaner here Smile

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At Sturtevant's Camp...


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whats your horses name? Smile
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She's actually a former ride - now retired. Her bio is here: http://www.adamspackstation.com/FamilyProfiles/Whiskey.html
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Pic of the sti with some snow on its face.



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2008 Jeep Patriot: 2.4 litre 4cyl, CVT, front-wheel drive. Just shy of 100 K miles. Thought long and hard about manual vs. 4WD vs. FWD, but I commute in this baby and the MPG penalty was a consideration. still good for 25 - 28 MPG.
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ha. nice license plate.
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Nice touch on the license plate.

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