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Old 02-23-2008, 10:51 PM   #1
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New to this forum and Kinda new to the whole Jeep thing

I am new to this forum and a little new to the whole Jeep thing.I wonder why I didn't have one long ago because I like the outdoors and have been into ATVs for years and now have both but I got my 97 Jeep Wrangler about 6 months ago and have allready put around $3000 in after market things like Stainless Hinges all around,SS front and rear bumpers,10,000lb winch,hard top,and the list goes on and on but I will spare anyone that may be reading and just put up a few pics if I can still do this.
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Old 02-23-2008, 10:58 PM   #2
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Welcome from NY. I hope you don't take the top off with that stuff in the back.

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Wow! Headrest DVD's! Nice rig and welcome aboard! Stick around and you'll have fun here.
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Old 02-23-2008, 11:06 PM   #4
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Welcome from NY. I hope you don't take the top off with that stuff in the back.

I thought of that also so I thought some more and figured a couple yards of the spice color neopreon material is not real costly and I know a preson that can run a sewing machine so to make covers for it all will work I think????
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Old 02-23-2008, 11:07 PM   #5
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Wow! Headrest DVD's! Nice rig and welcome aboard! Stick around and you'll have fun here.


Yeah the kids get bored real easy.Thanks!!!
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Old 02-24-2008, 07:40 AM   #6
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I thought of that also so I thought some more and figured a couple yards of the spice color neopreon material is not real costly and I know a preson that can run a sewing machine so to make covers for it all will work I think????
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Yeah the kids get bored real easy.Thanks!!!
Are those just monitors? I'd think real hard about stiching the wiring in place and just removing the monitors when the kids aren't in the Jeep w/ you, that's just too tempting of a target. Unless they are mounted in the headrest, they WILL get swiped!

BTW, welcome from Ohio, and enjoy your new madness, you'll fit right in the loony bin around here! As Pat Dailey says, "We're all here because we're not all there!"
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Old 02-24-2008, 12:02 PM   #7
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Are those just monitors? I'd think real hard about stiching the wiring in place and just removing the monitors when the kids aren't in the Jeep w/ you, that's just too tempting of a target. Unless they are mounted in the headrest, they WILL get swiped!

BTW, welcome from Ohio, and enjoy your new madness, you'll fit right in the loony bin around here! As Pat Dailey says, "We're all here because we're not all there!"
Yeah!!!Someone taking them is the main worry.They are not mounted in the headrest but I ran another strap down and locked it to the seat from the underside so you will have to work to get them off the back of the seat.I have also thought of just making them easy to take off and remove and lock in a lock box that I am bolting in the back.Thanks neighbor!!!!
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Welcome to the Forum! Man that's a bundle of equipment inside! Some kind of wireless security system along with 110V electric fence might be just the ticket! Again, welcome!
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Yeah!!!Someone taking them is the main worry.They are not mounted in the headrest but I ran another strap down and locked it to the seat from the underside so you will have to work to get them off the back of the seat.I have also thought of just making them easy to take off and remove and lock in a lock box that I am bolting in the back.Thanks neighbor!!!!
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Old 02-27-2008, 09:19 PM   #10
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I got the fix to theft worries and I have had him for 7 years now.He was takein for 2 weeks for lock up for bitting a 17 year old kid on the rear end while in my own yard.The kid was looking through the windows of my truck and Spot bit him and drew blood .Tell me if that was right.He was trasspassing on my land and my dog bites him and gets locked up for 2 weeks.They did let him out a day early for good behavior.
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Welcome to the forum. Good dog!!!!!!! I talked to a guy that went hunting one year, his house got broke into. The next year he left his dog IN HIS HOUSE, a theif broke in, the dog bit him, and the owner went to court to pay the theif $2500 for the dog biting him.
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Welcome to the forum. Good dog!!!!!!! I talked to a guy that went hunting one year, his house got broke into. The next year he left his dog IN HIS HOUSE, a theif broke in, the dog bit him, and the owner went to court to pay the theif $2500 for the dog biting him.
That would just be an unjust court system.I am sure he would have paid more in the long run but a good lawyer could have got him out of that.

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