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Old 06-09-2008, 04:18 AM   #31
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NOPE! I'll never ticket a Jeep. Hell, if I could have a YJ Police Interceptor I would!

And I hate when a Jeeper doesn't wave back...it doesn't bother me with stockers, because alot of people have them as DDs, but if it's modded and they don't wave, I really wanna follow them to their destination and beat the hell outta them
Question? Do you have anger issues? I usually just try to run over people that are going to slow or won't get out of my way....

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I guess now I know why people won't wave at me--no lift kit. I have the biggest tires that will fit without one and tend to have mud everywhere and the doors off, but apparently that doesn't get you much. Then again, I'm just over 5' and have to swing myself up in anyway. There would be ladders involved with a lift kit.

I wave at everyone except the idiots in Liberties with "it's a Jeep thing" stickers. Those I fling mud at.

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Around here in NYC most Wrangler owners just stare....when I go to CT or Upstate their waving all over the place.

Around here....especially the one's with JK's....just a lot of bulging eyes..

I don't get it...I damn near ran down a guy in a "Scrambler" and waved at him...........he laughed and waved back...I haven't seen one of those since I was stationed at Ft.Belvoir in 1987...talk about old school.....
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my jeep is so badd ass, that it shocks, and stun people soo bad thet they forget to wave..hahahahahahha j/k


during the winter, there was a huge puddle/pond at the bank parking lot.. I was thrashing water everywhere.. there was a few kids/spectators, jumping up cheering and waving.. that was the biggest wave I ever got.. they dont even drive.
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bpowa, were you doing donuts or just driving through it fast?


i love seeing insane people..









it makes me feel normal.
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I'm not a prude or anything I just don't go out of my way to wave at a stock Jeep..that is usually a sign that they didnt buy there jeep for the same reasons i did..but if they wave I wave back...
Agreed but there are a few stock Jeepers out there who use their Jeeps as intended. I was stock for the longest time and have the trail scars and pine striping to prove it.

A long time ago, I changed my attitude about the infamous Jeep wave. Before I used to wave at the person driving the oncoming Jeep, I noticed many (mostly stock, like me) weren't returning the wave. So with a slight change of perception, I started waving to the actual JEEP itself! What's funny is when I started waving to Jeeps, I got in increased response in waves from their owners go figure...
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Agreed but there are a few stock Jeepers out there who use their Jeeps as intended. I was stock for the longest time and have the trail scars and pine striping to prove it.

A long time ago, I changed my attitude about the infamous Jeep wave. Before I used to wave at the person driving the oncoming Jeep, I noticed many (mostly stock, like me) weren't returning the wave. So with a slight change of perception, I started waving to the actual JEEP itself! What's funny is when I started waving to Jeeps, I got in increased response in waves from their owners go figure...
That's a good outlook..
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my jeeps pretty much stock except a 1 1/2 in shackle lift and 31s and i send out waves to every wrangler i see and all lifted cherokees. unless the wrangler has 20s on it and i have seen a few around. i get about 70% waves back too
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my jeeps pretty much stock except a 1 1/2 in shackle lift and 31s and i send out waves to every wrangler i see and all lifted cherokees. unless the wrangler has 20s on it and i have seen a few around. i get about 70% waves back too
OH man..theres nothing that fires me up worse then seeing a Jeep turned into someones Ghetto ride..errrrrr
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yea it pisses me off bro. i do live in the bay area tho soo i see it more often then not. the worst thing i see is lifted jeeps and trucks that have never seen dirt. it makes me sad knowing my pretty stock jeep has been more places then most in my city and we got a handful of lifted jeeps
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I love seeing the confusion on someones face..... "Do I know him???"
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I love seeing the confusion on someones face..... "Do I know him???"

those people are quite interesting that cannot make the connection that you AND them are driving a wrangler.
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Yep, just as oblivious as most other drivers out there.
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bpowa, were you doing donuts or just driving through it fast?


i love seeing insane people..










it makes me feel normal.

a bit of both, it was not too deep to hydro plane so I had to put on a show for the kids.. it a great feeling.. Went home and told my g/f all about it..
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When I had my camaro, there was an unspoken wave to other camaros and firebirds and mabey a friendly race would follow. If the other car was a mustang or some import you give each other a dirty look and mabey a race would follow. Being a recent owner of a souped up camaro and brand new jeep owner, I Sometimes forget and catch myself wanting to race other jeeps. Like if we are at a stop light I dont like letting the other get out infront. Like I pulled up next to another stock jeep at a light and half expected him to accelerate ahead of me. But he didnt even notice my jeep. Then leaving the autoparts store, a red two door that was lifted with various other modifications was leaving at the same time and ended up next to me at a light. Well, when it went green, I took off kind of fast as did he. I gave it a little more gas, then he floored it so I floored it. Took us about 30 minutes to get up to like 70 and we let off. We waved and went out seperate ways. Even though jeeps are butt slow it was still fun.

I dont think I am ever going to really modify my jeep other then mabey put a brush guard and a couple of other 'look good' modifications. I may do a few basic things like air intake and exhaust. Something to just give her a 'little' bit more power. I hope its enough to get the wave from other owners.
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Question? Do you have anger issues? I usually just try to run over people that are going to slow or won't get out of my way....
Yea...bad anger issues. Road rage like you wouldn't believe.
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man on motorcycles its like quick draw mcgraw.. Wanna see who can throw the first wave.. Stock jeeps are like harley riders they barely wave back.

too into the image u know.. a jeep snob or a tough harley rider.
Harley riders don't wave to crotch rockets around here. Most rockets won't wave to a Harley rider. Its like Jeeps and Hummers. They hate eachother.
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As a veteran biker, AND a "Wrangler" driver, I note the following:

When I bought my first motorcycle, I noticed that I was waved at by almost every biker I met. When I asked about it, it was told to me that all bikers acknowledge the risk factor of being on two wheels, in the modern road-riding experience, and a general sense of sympathy for what bikers endure on a daily basis, as the motivation for a wave between bikers.

Seems that it is not only "Jeep" crowds that "wave" back and forth.

Personally, I wave at every Jeep I pass, only to acknowledge the fact that there are others out there with the intelligence to understand superior mechanical design, and long-lasting reputation; incredible off-road capability, and American-made loyalty.

Beyond that, ...there's nothing.

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As a veteran biker, AND a "Wrangler" driver, I note the following:

When I bought my first motorcycle, I noticed that I was waved at by almost every biker I met. When I asked about it, it was told to me that all bikers acknowledge the risk factor of being on two wheels, in the modern road-riding experience, and a general sense of sympathy for what bikers endure on a daily basis, as the motivation for a wave between bikers.

Seems that it is not only "Jeep" crowds that "wave" back and forth.

Personally, I wave at every Jeep I pass, only to acknowledge the fact that there are others out there with the intelligence to understand superior mechanical design, and long-lasting reputation; incredible off-road capability, and American-made loyalty.

Beyond that, ...there's nothing.

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Harley riders don't wave to crotch rockets around here. Most rockets won't wave to a Harley rider. Its like Jeeps and Hummers. They hate eachother.
It was the same way when I was riding. The only reason I got waved at by Harley riders was because i was on a Triumph Bonneville, even if it was a new Bonnie and not the old school one. I made sure to acknowledge all cycle riders I met. Most of them would wave back.

Here in Phoenix with the Jeep, Its about 50-50 success. There's a ton of Jeeps here and I see at least 4 or 5 a day.The raised Jeeps typically give and get a wave. I'm with oversized tires only but I do have the top down 95% of the time...they have no problems waving and I certainly wave back. The stockers have no clue, and are usually driven by people talking constantly on a cell phone. I've even tried waving at them but they tend to be too busy to even look your way...you know the type...the kind that are afraid to look your way because you might make eye contact with them.

What I've noticed here is you can usually spot the non wavers here and a lot of it has to do with the top. You'll likely get a wave if they have the top down. If their top is up, I hardly get a wave.
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How's topsail's beaches this year..I hit up Emerald Isle yesterday..just closer for me because I live in Hubert..good to have a local Jeeper in here though!
The beaches are great. Upper 90's and lots of bikinis

The guy across the street (Bob) has rebuilt a Willy's. Looks like it is brand new. Bright Yellow including wheels. Got a chance to see the flathead and maybe will get a ride today! This has started out to be a great vacation
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Wow, I'm kind of amazed at some of the responses here. A little more closed-minded than I expected in some cases. Some don't wave at stock Jeeps, some don't wave at JK Jeeps...

Personally, I have a stock JK Jeep and I wave at every Wrangler I see. I also once rode a motorcycle and waved at every other biker. I also now own a Corvette and there's a wave for that car, as well. We're all in this together. Where's the love, baby?
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I have been a part of the Jeep, biker and BOAT wave. Surprised nobody mentioned that one also. And the only real time I have came across a snobbish crowd was with classic restored cars. Many seemed to think the more money they spent and the more of a trailer queen they had the snobbier they could be. Just my own personal experience. BTW I had a friend pick up a 2dr JK recently and called me at work and asked why people were waving and honking at her. If I had known she was looking I would have filled her in ahead of time.

Keep waving at the JK's, the true Jeepers will continue the tradition when they emerge
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My wife gets a kick outa "waving" at the other Jeep Wranglers, Rubicons, etc.....she makes a game out of it now.....

As for "boats," given the price of gas, the "wave" now would represent the shared torture of filling the tank, more than any other reason, these days.

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As a veteran biker, AND a "Wrangler" driver, I note the following:

When I bought my first motorcycle, I noticed that I was waved at by almost every biker I met. When I asked about it, it was told to me that all bikers acknowledge the risk factor of being on two wheels, in the modern road-riding experience, and a general sense of sympathy for what bikers endure on a daily basis, as the motivation for a wave between bikers.

Seems that it is not only "Jeep" crowds that "wave" back and forth.

Personally, I wave at every Jeep I pass, only to acknowledge the fact that there are others out there with the intelligence to understand superior mechanical design, and long-lasting reputation; incredible off-road capability, and American-made loyalty.

Beyond that, ...there's nothing.

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Give that man a cigar...well put indeed.

I use to drive a bike and I thought the same thing. I even got acknowledged by the Harley guys once in a while when they weren't trying to run me down...

The Jeep wave i shuge where I am. I say it's better than 90%.

I also wave at the Toyota and Hummer guys to confuse them.
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I turn my head away, from the Hummers and Toyota vehicles...I think it's just a "pride" thing. "Pride" at being more intelligent than they.

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i'll never forget my first ride in a jeep. a 70's CJ7 owned by my older cousin. true backwoods type of jeep. pieces of tin metal riveted as patch pieces all over the tub, differnt colored blue spray paint but nice battle scars all over from off roading. i went for a ride with him in the fresh snow. only things out were 4x4 trucks and jeeps and i kept seeing him lift his hand off the wheel and at the time i didnt notice they were all jeep drivers, so i kept asking him do you know him. he said "not personally, but more in a community type of way" i was like "huh??" he said jeep owners wave to each other its a tradition. btw that was 1985 and i was 6 years old. stuck in my mind still to this day
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How I wave depends on what's on my Jeep. If I've got the upper doors on, then I'll raise a few fingers above the steering wheel. If I've got the upper doors or the entire door off, then I'll throw my hand out to the side. When I've got the entire door off, my left hand's usually holding on the the roll cage and my left leg is hanging out the side of the Jeep.

I'll wave to any Wrangler or CJ and I'll wave to any other Jeep that either waves of looks like it's actually taken road.
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The beaches are great. Upper 90's and lots of bikinis

The guy across the street (Bob) has rebuilt a Willy's. Looks like it is brand new. Bright Yellow including wheels. Got a chance to see the flathead and maybe will get a ride today! This has started out to be a great vacation

Hey TarHeel, great to meet you at Topsail! I'm the guy with the Silver Rubicon. I helped Bob restore that Willys CJ3A that he inherited from the family farm. He saw mine on the internet and fell in love with it, so he decided to restore his as a tribute to his father. I participated in the initial tear down and have come down from PA to help with the finishing touches like the canvas soft top that you saw. Jonathan from the CJ3A Page did the lion's share of the resto work on Bob's 3A, as well as a number of other local powder coating and body shops.

If you're interested in seeing more Willys, check out my website posted to the left!

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I got my first wave from a JK yesterday!!! Its about freakin time. I still wave at all of them but this guy was quicker on the trigger. Makes me smile every time.

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