Maybe I wasn't clear when I said "I'm not off the handle," but I was always chill.
I made it clear that I wasn't there, and don't have experience with the obstacle. So when I said he was doing it right, I was referring to the fact that oftentimes in this area that is what you need to do.
Most of my reply was aimed toward NorthGAX
I am not very experienced with wheeling but I would have pulled a winch line. It also looked like his tires had way too much air in them.
This was the reply that my comment was most aimed at. My mind was boggled. 4x4x4 said something that I legitimately expected someone to say, but now that post seems like it may have had a different connotation after my reply to NorthGAX was a little bit more harsh. NorthGAX said something that amounted to "I know I don't know what I'm talking about, but I'm going to say that I would have backed down. Also, I have never been in a fight, but I was watching boxing once; and I thought to myself 'After I got hit a few times, I would have just given up.'" That is just ridiculous to me, for someone to say that on this site. To me, it was similar to going to a 350Z performance site, and saying something about "I wouldn't have raced that, because it might blow the engine." Maybe it's just me?
Matt chill out! You posted a thread of a jeep flipping, you are going to get this type of a response!
Now do you want their opinions are not!
LOL, not that guy's opinion!
But honestly, why do you have to get this kind of response on a website that is supposed to be about modding and wheeling your JK? If you want to do extreme stuff, you are going to flop eventually. And if you want to push further and further, you are going to want to PLAN for it. That is just my opinion.
I didn't mean to ruffle anybody's feathers. I thought some people would benefit from seeing that you can still push your JK past alot of "limits", lose, and still be able to wheel some more; granted you have prepared your vehicle accordingly. Also, you can build those b-sliders to be removable, just like Ian from Xtreme; so that opens the door for the crowd that likes to wheel hard but also wants their rig to look good. Lets you feel better about beating on your expensive rig.