Just wanted to drop a line to introduce myself. My name is Ron, I'm in the central part of CT. I am the proud owner of a 2006 Wrangler SE, the only thing I wanted when I picked it out at the dealer was Yellow. There is just something about a Yellow on Black Wrangler. This is my second wrangler I've ever owned. The first was a 90 Laredo edition that I had for 10 days before a drunk driver T-boned me by trying to pass while I was turning. Anyway, I finnally got my dream vehicle again and I'll be looking for some advice on lifting it, power upgrades, and that stuff. In the meantime I am a manager at a car stereo shop and know my stuff if anyone has any questions about radios, speakers, amps, subs, or remote starts.
I can't wait to get a few posts up here and get to work on turning my Jeep into exactly what I want.
Welcome to the forum, and congrats on the return to Jeepin! Just ask anything and someone on the forum will be glad to help. Check out the "sticky" articles at the beginning of each model forum, they will answer some of your more basic questions.
99 XJ Sport
3" Skyjacker lift
31 x 10.50 General Grabbers
What do you mean by equal opportunity waver? I'm sure it is meant as a joke, but I'm not getting it.
Yeah its kinda a joke, I've noticed (at least in the NE)that some lifted jeep-ers don't wave unless you're lifted yourself, or only CJs to CJs and that stuff. I wave to everybody. hence the 'equal'
Oh and every vehicle I own I'm in a 'wave' club of some sort, I've got a '79 Triumph TR-7 (the wedge) and an '02 Suzuki SV650 for when I want to go fast. *begin rant* I guess its just the BS with the Harleys only wave to harleys, the TR-7 was the so-called demise of the Triumph brand. and so what if I have 4 coils instead of leaf springs, we're all on the same team and I'm here to have fun *end rant* Selective waving is not my thing.