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  1. #5476
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    Ski RV's, who's sleeping in parking lots?

    “somebody” can’t afford to do that quite yet

    do you think I could put that on my F150?

  2. #5477
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    “somebody” can’t afford to do that quite yet

    do you think I could put that on my F150?
    SACRALIDGE!! You need a tundra
    embrace the gape
    and believe

  3. #5478
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    If anyone's got a nice Sienna they want to sell, I'm in the market after this weekend.

    And no I don't need a Tundra, camper, or F350.

  4. #5479
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    If anyone's got a nice Sienna they want to sell, I'm in the market after this weekend.

    And no I don't need a Tundra, camper, or F350.
    bullshit, you're in the front range, the lifted Tundra and flatbrim are mandatory
    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    All ye punterz! Leave thine stupid heavy skis in the past, or at least in the resort category, for the age of lightweight pussy sticks is upon us! Behold! Keep up with the randocommandos on their carbon blades of shortness! Break thine tibias into spiral splinters with pintech extravagance!

  5. #5480
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalated View Post
    bullshit, you're in the front range, the lifted Tundra and flatbrim are mandatory
    You've met me. You know I couldn't pull off either of those.

    Tundra is for enduro bros, who sled ski and climb 5.13.

    Sienna is for 8mi trail runs at 12min pace, meadow skipping on 10 year old dynafits, and going backpacking.

  6. #5481
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    I've always wondered about #vanlife.
    When you aren't skiing,
    what do you do with all your van time?

    Is it just endless card games and inet surfing,
    or is there a 'community' to connect and associate with?
    [KURTZ] Hinterstoisser, you heavy bastard.
    [HINTERSTOISSER] You need to do more push-ups, Kurtz.

  7. #5482
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    are you assuming you cannot masturbate in a van?

  8. #5483
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    Quote Originally Posted by shroom View Post
    are you assuming you cannot masturbate in a van?
    Are you assuming you cannot have real sex in a van?
    [KURTZ] Hinterstoisser, you heavy bastard.
    [HINTERSTOISSER] You need to do more push-ups, Kurtz.

  9. #5484
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    this is tgr bro

  10. #5485
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    Quote Originally Posted by shroom View Post
    are you assuming you cannot masturbate in a van?
    Quote of the day, LMFAO!!!!

  11. #5486
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    I'm in the market after this weekend.
    .
    what happened
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  12. #5487
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    what happened
    Awd blew up suddenly at 70mph. Rear axle seized and fucked a number of things. Cost to fix is over a down payment on a new rig with a third of the miles. The work is beyond my capacity — esp as it’s my only car.

    Sienna looks like I can recreate most of what I liked about my rig in a package a dozen years newer, a third the miles, and higher reliability.

  13. #5488
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    Awd blew up suddenly at 70mph. Rear axle seized and fucked a number of things. Cost to fix is over a down payment on a new rig with a third of the miles. The work is beyond my capacity — esp as it’s my only car.

    Sienna looks like I can recreate most of what I liked about my rig in a package a dozen years newer, a third the miles, and higher reliability.
    Sorry to hear, glad you're safe. Did you crash?
    PE, Mechanical Engineering
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  14. #5489
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Sorry to hear, glad you're safe. Did you crash?
    Nope managed a save. Luckily right by an exit ramp so had some extra room.

    Nonetheless I’m currently sitting here awaiting X-ray results after being rear ended at a stop light in the better half’s car Sunday night.

  15. #5490
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    Oh man. Hope you're ok. What a shitty run of luck

  16. #5491
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    Brutal. Let us know if you need help in the used car search. I'm always trolling used car sites.

  17. #5492
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    Sienna w lift kit for the win. Loved ours


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

  18. #5493
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Oh man. Hope you're ok. What a shitty run of luck
    x2. That's rough.

  19. #5494
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    Nope managed a save. Luckily right by an exit ramp so had some extra room.

    Nonetheless I’m currently sitting here awaiting X-ray results after being rear ended at a stop light in the better half’s car Sunday night.
    vibes+++++
    good no wreck
    things will get better

    i posted asking abouit highlanders few pages ago,..no one beta'd .....i think may be good alternative to sienna
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  20. #5495
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    Quote Originally Posted by detrusor View Post
    Sienna w lift kit for the win. Loved ours


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    Leaning this way. Journey kit is well reviewed and has several people with 30k on them w/o sig issues. Question is do I want the additional hassle of AWD if I'm rocking snow tires anyhow?

    Interior plan is to mimic astro functionality -- ability to quickly convert from hauling 5, to sleeping 2. Thus far, this dude's fold out setup looks like the slickest option: https://www.mountainpoptop.com/fold-out-bed. Plus some little carpentry project for a table to eat at, a place to sit opposite, and we should be in business.

  21. #5496
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    If you like the hassle of putting on chains more then the hassle of AWD. Get a 2WD. It's cheeper


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  22. #5497
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    I never released AWD is a hassle. So a differential flush every 75,000 miles is a deal breaker? Because that is about the only additional complication in the past 30 years of cars.

  23. #5498
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    AWD occasionally necessitates the purchase of 4 new tires
    slightly higher fuel consumption year-round
    higher initial cost

    all worth it IMO to not have to deal with the hassle of chaining up.

  24. #5499
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    PNW / Cali require chaining up w/o AWD. Colorado don't. We just close our highways instead. The standard traction law that goes into effect is met by having snow tires. The very rare Code 16 requires all vehicles have chains--AWD or no. If I was storm chasing out West it'd be different.

    AWD is more expensive, more fuel consumption, a bit of extra maintenance, requires a full size spare (Sienna has no default way to handle this as AWD versions ship with run flats and no spaire). Not against it, just not sure if it is really necessary for weekend warrioring in a low-snow state like CO.

  25. #5500
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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Brutal. Let us know if you need help in the used car search. I'm always trolling used car sites.
    Feel free to send things you see -- but primarily looking for sub-100k mi (prefer 50-80) Sienna currently. Leather a plus but not mandatory.

    Open to other ideas, but basic requirements are:

    - ready to go camper at any time -- no futzing with trailer or loading a camper.
    - carry 5, but convert to sleep 2 quickly
    - big enough for internal table for some cooking, card playing, beer drinking, mutual masturbation
    - not a handful for everyday mountain commutes (I don't want a full size Promaster to be my only car)
    - reliable and easily accessible parts.

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