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Old 09-29-2008, 07:40 PM
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Thanks - looks like a good forum with a bunch of great info!

On the secret to spending, yeah, actually I'm looking for a children's hood in pink flames for my daughter too... gotta start her out right though so what am I do do?!?!?
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Jessi's awesome. Was sad to see her leave my weekends.
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Dubby Jesse is back unless I missed something recently I know she was gone for a while when she broke her back but I have seen her on the show recently.


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I havn't seen any new ones with her in it. Saw a couple after her back problems, but then she disappeared again.

That's okay though, better to have loved and lost and all that...:evil:
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Old 09-30-2008, 07:27 AM
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True enough - Jessie is "da bomb"! I was really just kidding about the pink flames, my little one is more likely going to be fond of Orange like Daddy's Bronco!
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Old 09-30-2008, 02:06 PM
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Nice Bronco. There's a guy here in town trying to get rid of a 4-linked scout. I bet your little one would be much happier with her own
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Not being into crawlers or 'one-off' m/c's, neither show, including OCC holds any interest of mine. Both seem to miss the very point of the market that most people want to believe they support.

But like I said, my idea of 4- or 2-wheelin, is only indicative of my not wanting to have to walk.

But I will agree, that the girl did look good in jeans the one time I watched the show.
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Nice Bronco. There's a guy here in town trying to get rid of a 4-linked scout. I bet your little one would be much happier with her own
Well she will be, once she's old enough to drive (offroad way earlier than on!). I'm in the process of building a dedicated trail rig from a '76 Bronco tub. It's been narrowed 6" and will have a lengthened wheel base. I'm sure my girl will want the keys to it before too long

It's the 4X4'ing that got me into welding actually...you just can't get very serious without doing a bunch of mods. That then becomes 1/2 the fun!

I did order the helmet btw, will give you all my thoughts on it when it arrives. I do like the HTP folks, very easy to deal with and excellent shipping/service!
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Good deal. Looking forward to your review on the helmet, as well as the build of your trucks.

While we're not an "off road" site here at SFT, there are a number of us running around the place.


I've let the welding and shop work take over my wheeling hobby. That's why I really got into it, but I've found that I enjoy the building more than the breaking. It's lead me to find other projects that are more useful, less expensive, and just as relaxing. Still doesn't change that I've got a big pile of trucks and parts cluttering the yard though.
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Jeff at HTP said that this helmet is imported from China. Before importing it, HTP spent $4000 to get the ANSI Z89.1-2003 approvals. I haven't tried it, as my other three HTP helmets have me well covered (pun intended).

Not any risk involved - send it back if you don't like it (within 30 days) & get a full refund.
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