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  1. all the time, cant wait to get back out
  2. I don't know but there sure is a lot of motorhomes and toy haulers in the neighborhood. no, but it snows there! our kids snowboarded down pine view when we lived there. used the rhino like a chair lift. great place, congrats, get a golf cart. oak glen for breakfast also
  3. so to answer your original question, IMO you should not buy a buggy with an automatic trans or any weird engine, funky frame nobody has heard of
  4. I know... I'm trying here... I just don't like that everyone says swap the motor out cause VW... yada yada... Well if he's at 15K, and I need another 3K to swap motors? This is no longer in my budget. Heck 15K is a stretch... that car OB has looks clean. we all ran VW motors for decades, myself included. if its built and tuned correctly it should be reliable. also easy swap to subi. when the time comes.
  5. Lets face facts you are going to rely on the kindness of friends, family and this board to repair and maintain a Sand Car. Sure once in a while that is going to be free but after a period of time it will start to cost you money. A RZR is a lot simpler. Break something you shop from a catalog no questions about what the part came off of no special fabricating to have done. It's a 2000 & something RZR four seat. The part number is right there boom. Keep it simple and enjoy..... I pay now for maint. mind you I'm sure the RZR is cheaper... LMAO I do Oil, Filter & Air Filter... that's simple... but anything past that I pay for the help now. Thursday bump for a girl that can change her own oil and wants to buy a sand car. I don't know you but I think that's cool!
  6. thanks, must be nice to get paid to go there and have everything all set up for you.
  7. I heard the chp uses their own special rivits to attach a vin tag
  8. X2, get a sxs with a dump bed, put a hay bale in the back also they make electric dirt bikes
  9. x2, just got mav which has the 1st motos, 250 races are good stadium super trucks lucas oil series xfinity series (when KB doesn't race), same with trucks Canada mx on mav-tv rally cross drag race coverage is better than ever, jmo
  10. X2, great trailer for the price, good resale when I sold it also
  11. easy Jeep trail, nice ride, great view if weather is good.
  12. out of all the 35s I balance the toyos and nittos balance the best usually requiring less than 2oz. per tire, other brands need up to 9oz. I personally would go with the toyo A/T
  13. how can it be considered raw sewage when we put the blue stuff in our holding tanks? doesn't that start the poo breakdown process?
  14. we sell a lot of them, the powertrain is bulletproof. as far as problems go its usually some strange electrical issue, like radio or climate control. quality is better than ever, they are a blast to drive and the air susp. is cool.
  15. lived at Newport dunes (winter rates) for awhile after my divorce, kinda liked it. good luck Robert, that park looks nice also.
  16. We always do this... I don't think we have ever missed a year. x2, no excuse for me, I live here:)
  17. x2, amazing what low air pressure does for floatation and smooth ride. just don't get the really cheap tires that come on the base models
  18. so its gonna be his first car? stick with a stock v8 at most. I like the amp. car. remember, lots of us started with low horsepower rails and learned to dune before going v8 crazy
  19. anyone else see this on yahoo, happened in new york
  20. I would read the guide a little closer, unless all you use it for is long drives the interval for city driving, towing, or dusty area is 30k what he said, if I am planning on keeping a vehicle I would service my trans at no later than 50k. I feel that the first service is most important due to parts initial break in
  21. it is so sad that upper management in car dealerships pressures service writers and techs to upsell services, I remember not to long ago we used to sell engine oil flushes, lol
  22. retail for sure, that's about what my dealer charges here in H.B. a tech can get employee cost on the key and programming buts that's a long drive to save roughly 100.00 that price is crazy. you can get the whole factory autostart with two fabs for $235 http://www.ebay.com/itm/2014-Dodge-Ram-150...OIJ&vxp=mtr I would love to do that kit. I bet the dealer isn't to keen on installing parts not supplied by them. $200 they had no problem installing mine. glad it worked out, good luck to all
  23. retail for sure, that's about what my dealer charges here in H.B. a tech can get employee cost on the key and programming buts that's a long drive to save roughly 100.00 that price is crazy. you can get the whole factory autostart with two fabs for $235 http://www.ebay.com/itm/2014-Dodge-Ram-150...OIJ&vxp=mtr good price on the kit but its a pain to install and a dealer still needs to activate thru dealer-connect
  24. retail for sure, that's about what my dealer charges here in H.B. a tech can get employee cost on the key and programming buts that's a long drive to save roughly 100.00

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