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Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: MountaineerIsuzu1] #848926 11/27/07 05:56 PM
Joined: Apr 2006
Posts: 97
JTW Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
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What if we were to step the website up a notch with photo galleries, a files section with information and documents and suchlike?


That would be really cool.


1991 Trooper, 3.4L, holley tbi, 3" body lift on 33" bfg AT's, indy HD lift shackles, G80, MUA 5, Power windows and locks. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3133352
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Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: JTW] #848927 11/27/07 06:08 PM
Joined: Sep 2003
Posts: 1,871
onebadtrooper Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Yeah I've noticed it too. I made a post for winter projects in an atempt to get some people posting..

Planetisuzu is a great site too though. Alot of great info their too.


89 trooper, tera low t-case gears,5.38's, 3" indy4xsus lift3"body lift,safari snorkle,warn winch,custom bull bar,custom rock sliders,warn hubs,35x13.50r15,custom rear bumper trooper pics
Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: MountaineerIsuzu1] #848928 11/27/07 10:27 PM
Joined: Nov 2000
Posts: 663
LTC Don Offline
Rock Warrior
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Just went over to Planetisuzoo. No offense to anyone who may be affiliated but it seems second rate compared to what we got here. Why on earth would people defect? Is there something there I am missing? <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />



Blasphermy <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/pfft.gif" alt="" />



Cheers,
[Linked Image]


Don B.
1991 Trooper LS 2.8L V6 with some stuff
Johnston County Industries
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Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: LTC Don] #848929 11/28/07 04:55 AM
Joined: Apr 2004
Posts: 457
icu_runnin Offline
Mudrunner
FWIW they have two sick troopers, one being a 94 and the other being a 99 on the pirate board that are both SAS'ed and the 99 has dual yota cases and 38's

Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: MoogVO] #848930 11/28/07 07:23 AM
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Posts: 1,873
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holger Offline
Body Damage is Cool
I do not think that it is that bad. There may be the bright sides:

1) The 2 gen Rodeos, Troopers and Axioms are getting cheaper and cheaper every year, and people may start wheeling them for real; and we will see more people here. May be.

2) The good thing, we know our vehicles and they have been pretty well covered on this board.

3) Isuzu may eventually get more vehicles to the USA. Well, may be.

I am trying to be optimistic.


Oleg
Axiom 4WD 2004: OME shocks, 32" BFG Mudders, RockSliderz, OME929+2" spacers, Stinkyfab bent RE rear links, front ARB locker, rear No-Slip locker, DOR front axle lowering kit, custom middle section skid plate, IronMan torsion bars.
Deceased Rodeo'02 4WD.
Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: holger] #848931 11/28/07 06:19 PM
Joined: Mar 2005
Posts: 534
Rezkid Offline
Rock Warrior
I lurk <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/pfft.gif" alt="" />


'80 Isuzu LUV, 3" BL, cranked t-bars, small tires and not alotta power
'92 Rodeo...work in progress
Hmmmm...DIRT!!!
Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: Rezkid] #848932 11/28/07 08:54 PM
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Shovel Offline
Wheeler
I sold my trooper.
And my other trooper.

A few interesting folks got banned from this site, too.

Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: Shovel] #848933 11/28/07 08:58 PM
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Posts: 97
JTW Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Banned? Weird.


1991 Trooper, 3.4L, holley tbi, 3" body lift on 33" bfg AT's, indy HD lift shackles, G80, MUA 5, Power windows and locks. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3133352
Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: Shovel] #848934 11/28/07 11:19 PM
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Posts: 7,268
mlclark Offline
Isuzu Moderator
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A few interesting folks got banned from this site, too.

You have to work pretty hard for us to swing the ban hammer.

I have a feeling that whomever you are thinking choose to not visit us here any more for whatever reason.

Michael

Re: Wow... what happened? [Re: mlclark] #848935 11/29/07 02:57 AM
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BobDole Offline
Mudrunner
Med school happened. = no money and no garage and no time. I'm glad I got done to my rodeo what I wanted; I really enjoy it the way it is. I lurk mostly now. But I won't forget how much I learned on this board. When I first joined I didn't know much at all about cars. It's a very different story now. There were (and are) many very helpful, friendly people still hovering around here. Why it's so quiet I don't know. But I'll still be around. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

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