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Uh, can I get in on some of this action?

Come on...put up or shut up.

You can't wait for him to answer your PM. You know, the one where you asked him if he was going to post a video or not.

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Hmm...okay, I guess that answers my question.
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Old 12-08-2010, 10:41 AM
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Re: Pics of Overland with roof bike rack

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Sure, what do you want to bet?

I'll bet you he doesn't post a video of him effortlessly securing his mountain bike to the roof rack on his WK2.
Actually, I'd love to see you make your $100 wager open to all takers, with proceeds going to JG, win or lose.
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Re: Pics of Overland with roof bike rack

That's strange man. Why do you seem to care so much what others do with their Jeeps? Do you even have one?
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Re: Pics of Overland with roof bike rack

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Come on...put up or shut up.

You can't wait for him to answer your PM. You know, the one where you asked him if he was going to post a video or not.

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Hmm...okay, I guess that answers my question.

Im on it. Easiest 100 bucks I'll ever make. In fact the deal is the 100 bucks has to be donated to Jeep Garage ! Deal ?
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Old 12-08-2010, 06:23 PM
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Re: Pics of Overland with roof bike rack

Msca do you really need to start every fuking thread into a fight or arguement, dude shut the fuk up already, your annoying the fuk out of everyone!!!

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Actually, I'd love to see you make your $100 wager open to all takers, with proceeds going to JG, win or lose.
It wasn't a wager. I didn't say that I'd bet him, did I? A wager would mean that I could potentially win money. Get your facts straight.

I did, however, offer a wager to you. But you punked out and didn't respond. Time is up.
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Im on it. Easiest 100 bucks I'll ever make. In fact the deal is the 100 bucks has to be donated to Jeep Garage ! Deal ?

LOL, yeah okay whatever you say.

As stated earlier, you have to produce a video of yourself lifting your mountain bike on top of the roof-mounted rack on your WK2 and securing it to the rack while standing on the ground the entire time. And you have to do that "effortlessly" as you claimed.

The funny part about this whole thing is just how effortless it is for me to lift my bike on to my hitch rack. It takes much less effort than lifting a bike over my head (or yours), but it still takes effort. So go ahead and post the video so I can get a good laugh. I'll be waiting.
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I agree. All input is welcome and it's all good information from every point of view.
ROFL. Just ROFL.
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LOL, yeah okay whatever you say.

As stated earlier, you have to produce a video of yourself lifting your mountain bike on top of the roof-mounted rack on your WK2 and securing it to the rack while standing on the ground the entire time. And you have to do that "effortlessly" as you claimed.

The funny part about this whole thing is just how effortless it is for me to lift my bike on to my hitch rack. It takes much less effort than lifting a bike over my head (or yours), but it still takes effort. So go ahead and post the video so I can get a good laugh. I'll be waiting.

Do I see a loophole coming into play here? If so this argument is pointless, which I believe it is anyway.

For something to be judged as to how much effort is completely subjective. What is effortless to one person may be a complete strain to another. It depends on your physical abilities and stature. For me to change a tire on my motorhme is fairly easy or "effortless", yet for my 19 year old son just handling and manuevering the 22.5 radial and aluminum wheel is almost beyond his abilities.

I think whether or not a video comes around MSCA will want to say that the process is not "effortless" for him or others and renig on the entire deal. The above qoute sounds suspiciously that way.
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Re: Pics of Overland with roof bike rack

loophole: established.
i do however agree with moose, i find it to be quite easy to put my bike on the roof at 6'2". however, although it is easy for me to hold my bike over my head, i'd be afraid that the simple striking visuals of my huge bulging muscles as i bench pressed it over my head might look like a big effort to some...
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Re: Pics of Overland with roof bike rack

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Do I see a loophole coming into play here? If so this argument is pointless, which I believe it is anyway.

For something to be judged as to how much effort is completely subjective. What is effortless to one person may be a complete strain to another. It depends on your physical abilities and stature. For me to change a tire on my motorhme is fairly easy or "effortless", yet for my 19 year old son just handling and manuevering the 22.5 radial and aluminum wheel is almost beyond his abilities.

I think whether or not a video comes around MSCA will want to say that the process is not "effortless" for him or others and renig on the entire deal. The above qoute sounds suspiciously that way.
Exactly. Perfectly said. That is precisely why I'm not going to waste my time. With all the things on my to do list and all the things my wife are waiting for me to do, the last thing I have time for is proving this point. Getting involved in this discussion in the first place was a bad decision. Now....off to stacking wood on the deck....
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Exactly. Perfectly said. That is precisely why I'm not going to waste my time. With all the things on my to do list and all the things my wife are waiting for me to do, the last thing I have time for is proving this point. Getting involved in this discussion in the first place was a bad decision. Now....off to stacking wood on the deck....
I knew you'd cop out. No loophole needed or intended. You were the one who said you could "effortlessly" put your mountain bike on top of your WK2 roof rack. Of course anything one does requires some effort. Oh well, I knew you wouldn't post the video. Lets move on.
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