I know I'm a bit late to the party here, but the Suburban is my guilty pleasure as well. My Dad had a '99 that I borrowed frequently. It was perfect for heading to the slopes for snowboarding. 8 people, 4 snowboards on the roof and 4 more in the trunk and all of our stuff fit in there. Plus splitting the gas 8 ways… » 4/14/14 9:38am Monday 9:38am

I've been in a similar situation. Generous amounts of PB Blaster and a big hammer was what I used. First, I let the PB Blaster soak in. Then, I twisted the muffler and hit the muffler with the hammer and slowly worked it off. Didn't really take too long. » 4/10/14 1:45pm 4/10/14 1:45pm

Same thing happened to me last month. Except I was going 60. It made an extremely loud bang and actually hurt my elbow that was sitting on the door sill. But I couldn't find any damage and the tire is still holding air. So... You're probably alright. » 4/03/14 8:01am 4/03/14 8:01am

NPoCP? "'AAA"THE BEAST" 4WD MITSUBISHI 4WD-AFGHAN TROOP CARRIER!!'"

Not much is said about this Mitsubishi, but apparently it is "BUSHPROOF-LONG LASTING-ULTRA CAPABLE". You can use to go on adventures, as the seller states, "GO TO SEE AMAZING 4WD WILDERNESS DESTINATIONS!!" The copious use of CAPS LOCK really makes the vehicle seem it is worthy of the $69,000 buy it now price. So what do… » 3/31/14 12:16pm 3/31/14 12:16pm

When I read the first story, I thought you were rushing to the hospital to get to your wife, not bringing your wife to the hospital. Rushing someone to the hospital is ok, still dangerous, but justifiable. However, just speeding to the hospital to get to someone already there is pointless. » 3/12/14 8:50am 3/12/14 8:50am

One of the main things the offroad community does to their vehicles is lift them. If the suspension is like the new Cherokee's then there won't be a lift available for it. At least the Vitara's and Tracker's can be lifted. » 3/05/14 8:18am 3/05/14 8:18am

Well done. I like how her sentiments went from "Why is this better than an automatic?" to "I'm not going back to an automatic." Driving a manual is one of those "Don't knock it till you've tried it" things. » 2/28/14 10:36am 2/28/14 10:36am