Originally Posted by Unskilled
I'm new to the Jeep family, I just got my Billet Silver 2014 Wrangler Unlimited Sahara last week! I've been wanting a Jeep for the past couple years and it's a dream come true. I already have ideas for exterior projects I can do. For example, I want to recreate the front bumper from the Jeep Wrangler Sundancer concept. It's basically a Rubicon front bumper with LED's. Has anyone attempted something like this? I'll upload pictures once I make progress. I'm a college student and I think it's so cool Jeepers are so tight-knit. Also I need instructions for the Jeep wave, just to make sure I'm doing it right.
As a relatively new mwmber to the Jeep family my self, however a long time member of the off road community and long family line to it as well, o would like to welcome you. As far as you concern with the Jeep wave goes most people who wave these days are people who know the Jeep well. Most people to do it are ridding in nice off road beast but you can still find new jeep owners doing it as well. There is no exact right way but how I play it is if your jeep is not buckle a nice hand raise from the wheel does it if your doing it to a off road beast .... Most people with nice off road one will u say have hand out the window, or door frame for people like me who don't normally have them on. But if your hand is out the window feel free to just raise your hand. As long as you do it it's a sign of respect in the Jeep community and helps us keep tradition alive.... and remember it's not how a jeep looks ... it's how well the looks actually preform, especially off road.
Congrats on the Jeep and try off roading a few times a year.... and by the way the new jeeps get grate gas milage off road hahaha.... only resion I can go so much and don't use my truck anymore