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Old 08-23-2012, 01:56 PM   #61
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The shop itself has been open for months now in the current location (formerly in Devore). The 'store' part is an addition.

As if you weren't getting all of my cash already Stan, you have to add a store?? I'm going to need a second job...
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Old 08-23-2012, 02:09 PM   #62
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Yeah, something like that!

Me: Honey, I want to get a second job so I can buy more stuff for my Jeep.

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Me: You think I can put them to work somehow?

Then duck as a heavy/sharp object is flung at me...


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A Jeep needs to eat too.
Gas, tires, my wallet.
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Old 08-23-2012, 03:25 PM   #64
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A Jeep needs to eat too.
Gas, tires, my wallet.
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Old 09-30-2012, 10:27 AM   #65
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Stan, what sliders do you recommend for a 2dr jk?
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Old 09-30-2012, 10:53 AM   #66
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Stan, what sliders do you recommend for a 2dr jk?
There are two that I would recommend. First, the GenRight sliders, $799, and they are indestructible. Smooth boat side design so you slide over obstacles without catching on rails, welds or holes.
The other is Poison Spyder, they actually offer two models, rockerknockers and brawler sliders, both very strong and easy to look at. Poison Spyder has some new products coming out at the off road show, (that I promised PSC I wouldn't reveal after they showed me) that are well worth looking at. Go to the show at see them in person before making your decision. One thing to consider with rock rails or sliders, what fenders will you eventually run? Some manufacturers don't make their sliders long enough, leaving a gap between the slider and aftermarket fenders. You will see what I mean at the show. Genrights products take this into consideration, and make them full length, so you can cut them to match your fenders perfectly.
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Old 09-30-2012, 01:06 PM   #67
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Looks fantastic!!! I need to setup an appointment with Stan after the Expo. I need to get some lights installed and also possibly the sPod.
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Which show?
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I'm looking toward the poison spyder.
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:15 PM   #70
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I'm hoping for a late October opening. I wanted to do it after it cools down so everyone will spend more.
Fixed it for ya Stan
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Fixed it for ya Stan
I think that was taken out of context, here was what I said:
"I'm hoping for a late October opening. I wanted to do it after it cools down so everyone will enjoy the day a little more."
Commenting on having a grand opening in the cool weather instead of the heat.
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Fixed it for ya Stan
I think I like his better.
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One step closer to the JPi store opening, Jeremy and I worked on cleaning up and organizing the garage sale items, product displays are waiting!
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:28 PM   #74
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Guys, I was kidding You know that I hope that you are very successful. I mean, I'm contributing as much as I can

I guess I thought it was funny at the time....
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Guys, I was kidding You know that I hope that you are very successful. I mean, I'm contributing as much as I can

I guess I thought it was funny at the time....
Thanks Stan, btw, the store will have a nice place to sit down, watch some cool off road videos, and maybe a table to sit and eat your pizza!
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:57 PM   #76
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Thanks Stan, btw, the store will have a nice place to sit down, watch some cool off road videos, and maybe a table to sit and eat your pizza!
I can't wait to see what you have in store ( no pun LOL! ) I'll have to up my credit limit before I start browsing your "candy" store

You and Jeremy have taken very good care of the jeep and I. I get asked a lot about you guys.

Many thanks to you both I just wish I wasn't so damn far away
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Ain't that the truth... so back to the sliders....
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I can't wait to see what you have in store ( no pun LOL! ) I'll have to up my credit limit before I start browsing your "candy" store

You and Jeremy have taken very good care of the jeep and I. I get asked a lot about you guys.

Many thanks to you both I just wish I wasn't so damn far away
JPI is like having a long distance relationship with a REALLY hot girl. You know the long drive is boring, and you know she is going to take all your cash and max out your credit cards, but she is so very very worth it. It just puts a smile on your face on the way home like a warm fuzzy and hot cocoa.
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JPI is like having a long distance relationship with a REALLY hot girl. You know the long drive is boring, and you know she is going to take all your cash and max out your credit cards, but she is so very very worth it. It just puts a smile on your face on the way home like a warm fuzzy and hot cocoa.
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You forgot to add the most important comparison between Jeep Performance and a long distance relationship....You dont get screwed!!
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You forgot to add the most important comparison between Jeep Performance and a long distance relationship....You dont get screwed!!
Well put Bill.
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Yeah hence the big smile.
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JPI is like having a long distance relationship with a REALLY hot girl. You know the long drive is boring, and you know she is going to take all your cash and max out your credit cards, but she is so very very worth it. It just puts a smile on your face on the way home like a warm fuzzy and hot cocoa.
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You forgot to add the most important comparison between Jeep Performance and a long distance relationship....You dont get screwed!!


It's both fortunate and unfortunate that JPI is so close to me.
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Well if you spend a ton of money going in the rest is just maintenance after that. Think of tires as a boob job, then a tummy tuck, and a bumper and winch for a nose job. Suspension is a brazilian butt lift. Get her finished and all thats left is to show her off and send her in for a facial and nails once in a while..
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I can't wait to see what you have in store ( no pun LOL! ) I'll have to up my credit limit before I start browsing your "candy" store

You and Jeremy have taken very good care of my jeep. I get asked a lot about you guys.

Many thanks to you both I just wish I wasn't so damn far away
See you at the Grand Opening!
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JPI is like having a long distance relationship with a REALLY hot girl. You know the long drive is boring, and you know she is going to take all your cash and max out your credit cards, but she is so very very worth it. It just puts a smile on your face on the way home like a warm fuzzy and hot cocoa.
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It's both fortunate and unfortunate that JPI is so close to me.
I would have to agree!!
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Hey thanks JPI guys for making my first outing in the TJ so much fun.
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