View Full Version : Some things to think about

03-24-2010, 23:05
I know we don't normally set Rules or enforce stuff that is basic wheeling courtesy but this being a very formal event representing MJ we need to remember and enforce the basics. 1,2,and 3 in my eyes arenon nogiable 100% mandatory
*1. No alcohol on the trail for drivers, sometimes a passenger wants a beer probably not a problem, but they won't drive.
*2. Have front and rear SAFE frame mounted recover points, hitch is OK
*3. Have your own strap. DO NOT bring out a strap with metal hooks and don't try anything other than winching or steady pulls with a chain.
4. NOT MANDATORY but a CB is very helpful
5. If you bring animals remember not everyone are animal lovers
6. Spare tire is usefull and helpfull but not all will have one
7. A fire Extinuisher (JGJSTIL) and First Aid kit is recommended

03-25-2010, 17:19
I agree with ya on 1, 2 & 3. The time for a beer is after the rigs are parked, and the fire and BS is going:D

Most events have some kind of safety requirements/inspection, with certain things being mandatory.

03-26-2010, 16:09
Roger Wil-Co on the trail beer.

03-26-2010, 16:23
I prefere to be under the influence of adrenalin when drivin' trails...but do I love me some booze when the wheelin's done! 2x HB on the fire n BSn! :)

03-26-2010, 18:01
beer+fire=BSing good times

beer+jeep+trail = bad day and worse when you get home (H6)

i dont think anybody will have a problem with these rules i would think they were common sense but you never know now adays lol

03-27-2010, 01:34
I dont think any one will have a problem with these

03-27-2010, 09:04
8) always let the a holes know they are NO. One 00i00

9) strap your own junk, or don't complain when something breaks from the tug.

03-27-2010, 10:36
GOOSE! are you still going with us?

03-27-2010, 10:51
GOOSE! are you still going with us?

ooo yeah i stopped spending money on him so i can save money to go lol.

03-28-2010, 19:34
easy rules to follow