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Re: No Burnouts??? :0

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I did perfect donuts on grass with the TC off and it spun just fine. Maybe the power of the diesel is greater than the Hemi
hahahahahaha

The grass was probably wet, or more likely frozen.
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Re: No Burnouts??? :0

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I did perfect donuts on grass with the TC off and it spun just fine. Maybe the power of the diesel is greater than the Hemi
OH... NO... YOU... DIDN'T...
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Re: No Burnouts??? :0

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I did perfect donuts on grass with the TC off and it spun just fine. Maybe the power of the diesel is greater than the Hemi
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Re: No Burnouts??? :0

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how is it hard to understand that people want to have fun with their vehicles? I have a big scratch down the side of my new Jeep because I slid off a sand dune and into a bunch of trees on the OBX this year on vacation, it's just a vehicle to have fun with IMO.

I wish I could do burnouts in my Jeep, they are fun. It's not like the JGC is anything real special, it's just like any other mid/high priced suv.
An off roading ding and burn outs are very different things and that is not what I'm saying at all. My point is that these jeeps regardless of engine are made for traction to say hold a sand dune not let the rear tires break free and burn rubber. Do you know of any other vehicles in the class that are especially good at burn outs??? Buy a RWD 4x4 pick up which actually becomes 2wd when the transfer case is out of 4wd and you have a vehicle much more suited for burn outs than any AWD. The point here is that I was not at all suprised when my Jeep failed to do a straight line burn out.
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hahahahahaha

The grass was probably wet, or more likely frozen.
Look at his location!
He has had it since spring and now is summer.
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Re: No Burnouts??? :0

Burn outs and powerslides are what my '09 Corvette are for.
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