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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    So what's it like driving a RH drive vehicle? Weird or not that big of a deal?
    I drove over in Australia. Right hand drive on the left side of the road was a trip. Only went on the wrong side once.




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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    I drove over in Australia. Right hand drive on the left side of the road was a trip. Only went on the wrong side once.




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    Haha


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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    I drove over in Australia. Right hand drive on the left side of the road was a trip. Only went on the wrong side once.




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    Just once? That's pretty good. I think it'd be me every time

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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    I drove over in Australia. Right hand drive on the left side of the road was a trip. Only went on the wrong side once.




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    I saw a video a couple of years back where a French tourist got confused and was driving on the wrong side of a mountain road, came round a blind corner straight into a police motorcycle. He wasnít impressed.

    The worst part of swapping sides is getting in the driverís seat. It never feels right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Just once? That's pretty good. I think it'd be me every time
    It was in a parking lot with some fucked up round abooots


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    Was watching Cut Bank tonight and saw it had a DJ in it.

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    No real update here other than to say NEVER EVER buy a car cover from car auto overs .com. (I donít want to give that shitty company an actual link)

    Their customer service was horrible, the cover ripped after a couple months. I just threw it away this morning cause they are unresponsive to emails or calls. The fit was less than stellar and the material was shit. I got the 5 layer cover and it was not cheap. A blue tarp from Home Depot would have done better. It shows on their site itís on sale but was close to $300 when I bought it. Their lifetime warranty is garbage. Itís basically the teraflex of car covers.


    To update the Jeep, battery is dead and it didnít fire last time I tried. Thinking itís not getting fuel from either a bad pump or the angle that itís sitting is starving it for fuel. Charging the battery and will try it. Itís summer time and time to drive this thing. Will update again soon hopefully.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    No real update here other than to say NEVER EVER buy a car cover from car auto overs .com. (I donít want to give that shitty company an actual link)

    Their customer service was horrible, the cover ripped after a couple months. I just threw it away this morning cause they are unresponsive to emails or calls. The fit was less than stellar and the material was shit. I got the 5 layer cover and it was not cheap. A blue tarp from Home Depot would have done better. It shows on their site itís on sale but was close to $300 when I bought it. Their lifetime warranty is garbage. Itís basically the teraflex of car covers.


    To update the Jeep, battery is dead and it didnít fire last time I tried. Thinking itís not getting fuel from either a bad pump or the angle that itís sitting is starving it for fuel. Charging the battery and will try it. Itís summer time and time to drive this thing. Will update again soon hopefully.


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    Bummer on the cover. Do any of your Jeeps run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Bummer on the cover. Do any of your Jeeps run?

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    -Nitto 40Ē Trail grapplers
    -KMC Machetes
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