Cindy - 09/08/98 06:18:44|
comment: Nice page.... please come visit my 0001011 site :-) Thanks, Cindy
Hey-you have done what I am hoping to do-that is finally take my 91 Rodeo off road-Can you tell me where in the heck I can find land to do this. Or maybe a resource on the net that lists areas for off roading??? see my posts on the 4x4 page titled off roa in
Monica Lewinski - 04/16/98 03:07:11
Hey Tim! Great site! I especially like the lead slinging page. All you big powerfull men with big trucks and big guns - WOW! I like powerful men. Any of you guys work for the government or something or hold office in goverment. Well just wanted to sa hey and stuff. Bye...
Matt Zirpoli - 04/09/98 01:30:02
Tim: You have a killer web page but I couldn't find my picture anywhere. I guess thats what happens when you miss a trip (Oct'97). I'm looking forward to another great weekend next week with you guys.
DEBBIE SMITH - 04/07/98 19:17:36
HI TIM. HEY, MAY BE COMING UP THAT WAY FOURTH OF JULY, VIC SAID SHE IS COMING HOME. MIGHT SEE YA!
Don Woodward - 03/13/98 17:25:30
Hillareous pictures of bass fishing!
Dwight Cox - 03/11/98 02:34:15
Tim, This is the kind of Web site America wants. You should be proud that it will inspire many others to exercise thier American rights of religion, guns, voting, and pursuit of happiness. This land was made for you and me. This time my email address is correct.
Dan Taylor - 02/07/98 00:39:10
What a hideous site! Sorry I missed the last Fall adventure, but I will definitely be there for Spring '98. You guys need a Marine (retired) to keep things in perspective - especially the lead slingin'. Mike - I'll bring my mountain bike & see if I can inflict some injuries.
Chuck Heston - 01/19/98 01:41:37
Tim, your site restores my faith in the American public. It's good to see that not everyone has abandon their god given right to bear firearms. Son, remember, an armed society is a polite society.
Tony - 01/07/98 17:11:17
I've visited your site several times and I enjoy viewing your truck photos. Where were they taken at? I recently bought a 1991 5-speed rodeo at a realy good price. It's been well taken care of and it came with alarm and cd player. I'll probably never use t the way you do, but it sure looks like alot of fun!
David Render - 12/28/97 04:32:28
George Bush - 11/23/97 00:41:32
Tim, Babs and I were "surfin'" with the grand kids when we came across your page. I must say, it is a fine example of what's right with America. With young focused patriots like yourself, our standing in the new world order will certainly be a strong one. Keep up the good work! I'll send a photo of me and my old International 4 wheeling in the Texas Hill Country.
Chad Mockerman - 11/19/97 17:04:12
I might be interested in your chrome wheel well liners.....
Dwight Cox - 11/13/97 01:53:24
Cool site, Tim.! Didn't know my truck was that of a celeberty's. Andi just gave me the site address and I checked it out. Keep up the good work, Dude! Sorry I missed the fall trip this year, spring will be different. Don't forget to add me to you e-m il address book.
John R. Dominy - 11/13/97 00:40:06
Yo Tim. I like your Web Page! Guns, Trucks, Fishing...what more do you need. I should send you a pic of my Blazer (a REAL man's truck)
Paul Snyder - 10/20/97 15:07:39
Norm Render - 09/26/97 02:43:47
Damn it! This is the best Geocities homepage there is! Of course, I haven't looked at any others so I may be slightly biased. By the way, my wife drives a sporty red Grand Cherokee too! Wow! Who's sporty Toyota Tacoma is featured on your Web page? It loo s familiar. I can't wait until October went we go off-road and sling mega lead on our 11th (or is it 12th?) semi-annual "Boy's Weekend Out" camping trip. Later!! Yours in heinous consumption, immature (& dangerous) activities, and general goofing off, Norm Wacky valet parker of Red Jeep Cherokees and Green Toyota Tacomas
Fred Bourne - 08/26/97 03:07:44
I also have a '91 Rodeo LS. It has about 110,000 miles. Although I was originally pissed to find out that the motor was a GM motor, it's held up pretty well. I change the oil & filter every 3,000 miles. The problems I've had are: 1. A blown tranny (5-speed) @ 95,000 miles ($2,400 to fix) 2. The left power window refuses to work (I've rebuild the power unit once). 3. A cracked exhaust manifold (left side) - $200 for the part. 4. The power rear hatch release refuses to work. 5. The right turn signal refuses to work (I think I have to replace the combo switch - $135 part). Surprisingly, the A/C & heat have always worked perfectly. Also the body doesn't have any rust. The steering wheel bolts came loose (only one was holding the wheel on) and I had to discover this fact myself. The dealer suggested all kinds of very expensive repairs but I knew none of them was right. I've been though two sets of Goodyear Wrangler AT's and they wear like iron (they also ride like it). I replaced the shocks @ 50,000 miles with Sears best but they're worn now. Also, the rear anti-lock computer unit stopped working @ 80,000 miles (the 'brake' light always stayed on) so I just disconnected it altogether. I don't believe in ABS brakes anyway. Overall it's been a good vehicle but it's getting rought to drive and I'm looking for a replacement. Considering how much they cost today I think another Rodeo is out of the running. I must admit, however, that since the body style has remained pretty mu h the same all of these years I never felt the Rodeo was dated. I previously owned a '87 Isuzu Tropper LS and I miss the boxy look. It lasted me a total of 135,000 miles. However, the 4-banger disintegrated twice and I finally had enough. My wife drives a '95 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd and with 55,000 miles on it the only problem we've had has been with the A/C. It was nice to find your site and I'll touch base now and then.
Jody Cannady - 08/22/97 17:33:15
Damn it! This is the best web page I've ever seen. You get my vote for best geocities page.
Rush Limbaugh - 08/18/97 15:33:25
Megga Dittos Tim! Nice Web Page!