Originally posted by KAYE RIVERCITY:
......I'D need a Depends change after that jump.....and a good hospital to put old humpty dumpty back together.....those guys are going to get old one of those days and they are going to be really hurting when the weather changes or they have to get up on a cold rainey morning and go outside.....but when I look back-I guess it was worth it at the time.....Oh! to be young again.....geofkaye
"jumping does not hurt....its the landing that somtimes $ucks"
its all about shocks (suspension dampening) and timing; if your car suspension is set up right and your timing is ok the jumping (or landing) can be very smooth (if one thing is off....it will hurt and /or will be expensive
im not that big of a jumper myself (im kind of a control freak; i like my steering tires firmly on the ground ...at least for most of the time) but here is my favorite shot of our "R&D driver" (
) Ryan English (aka Flyin Ryan) jumping on a steep sidehill from one dune leg to the other;