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Never 1 0.89%
To All Jeeps 96 85.71%
In Return Only 7 6.25%
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Old 09-13-2008, 07:48 PM   #121
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I am not to good on jeep years but that was her then fire plates i remember. OHH hell no she had atleast 6 inchs on me but I was fully striped so I won. She is well umm yea gorgeous. Wouldn't mind gettin to know her on a more personal matter.


To the very gorgeous girl in that truck reads this- PM me and I would love to buy ya dinner or cook dinner after a day on the trails. hehe
thats hilarious, i used to know her, forgot her name. her cj is nice, and she wheels it to.

what do you mean you were fully striped?? oh, do you mean stripped?

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thats hilarious, i used to know her, forgot her name. her cj is nice, and she wheels it to.

what do you mean you were fully striped?? oh, do you mean stripped?
yea your word not mine -- remember I have been on house arrest for 6 days now and still can't see outta one eye. So easy on the blind guy. I also have not driven in a week. My house is getting really boring along with spending my b-day today in the house sucks.

Going back on track- REMEMBER HER NAME AND WELL HELP A JEEP BROTHER OUT! I am a good grunt and wrencher. let me know!

Tires on my jeep are 30's- cooper somethings they look mean- the bark is worse then the bite with the little 4 cyl in the "heep" ohh sorry Jeep i mean

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I wave at every jeep I see. Less than half wave back. I do get more responses since the weather got better and tops are off, windows down. I usually stick my hand out the window to wave. Some wave back, some look at me like my hair is on fire, a lot don't even notice. They're too busy on their cell phones or sticking their noses in the air. I'm afraid doc is right, too many new owners that only got a jeep because it's cool, not because they are jeep people.

So, here ya go...
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Well I got a jeep because it was cheap- they are cool- I can become a jeep guy. I am not afraid of scratches and dents. Most are that is the difference between jeep people and the others who just buy a jeep.
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i know when me and my fiance first go together every time we woul dbe riding and i would wave she would be like "who was that" i would just laugh and say, "its a jeep thing" lol....

another time me and my buddy was out and about and my battery decided to take a dump so he jumped me, he has a big dodge 2500 with a v-10...but any ways, we was at advanced auto with my hood open and a nice lifted jeep sahara, 4 inch lift with 35's pulled in beside me and was like, everything ok man..my friend just looked at me funny and i replied the same to him, its a jeep thing, you wouldnt understand...
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Old 09-13-2008, 08:53 PM   #126
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Well I got a jeep because it was cheap- they are cool- I can become a jeep guy. I am not afraid of scratches and dents. Most are that is the difference between jeep people and the others who just buy a jeep.
cheap until the mods begin and never end.
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cheap until the mods begin and never end.
Let me tell ya- I am building a race car so umm this "HEEP" will be no where near the price of my car. My motor alone in the damn thing is 10 grand before the blower.

This will not get pricey because it is now my DD and my next toy I am buying in the spring is a gsxr 1000 black on black.
So actually I would never mod a 4 cyl jeep. not enough power.
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Old 09-13-2008, 08:59 PM   #128
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I wave to all Jeeps
even when I'm just walking around campus and see one
if they are stopped I yell "nice Jeep!"
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like some else posted, i wave at the jeep, not the driver. if i see it i wave.
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Let me tell ya- I am building a race car so umm this "HEEP" will be no where near the price of my car. My motor alone in the damn thing is 10 grand before the blower.

This will not get pricey because it is now my DD and my next toy I am buying in the spring is a gsxr 1000 black on black.
So actually I would never mod a 4 cyl jeep. not enough power.
wow, thats great.
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I wave a lot and about 1/2 wave back. I've found the people in the stock Jeeps are usually the ones who don't wave. Many of them don't get the "Jeep thing" and think of it like a car. People who modify their Jeeps seem to get "The Jeep thing" and wave back.
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Old 09-23-2008, 06:42 AM   #132
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Here in the Pocono Mountains, Jeeps reign supreme. Everyone waves to each other. Some of the new soccer moms and baseball dads need re-calibrating but that's our job to help them out.

Don't be discouraged...eventually the newer drivers get the message.

For entertainment value: I wave to the FJ guys to get in their heads. Talk about some strange looks.
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I wave a lot and about 1/2 wave back. I've found the people in the stock Jeeps are usually the ones who don't wave. Many of them don't get the "Jeep thing" and think of it like a car. People who modify their Jeeps seem to get "The Jeep thing" and wave back.
Most of the time I am just really slow to wave back... I kinda feel lame being the first to wave... in my stock Jeep. I can't help it... especially when I got some 35" tires rollin on me with bold letters across the hood reading "RUBICON".


Also, I am a biker... Everyone waves at me and I have to stop and think about what is going on... still. (I'm not the brightest start in the sky)
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Yeah I Had No Idea Of The Wrangler Salute Till I Got One Two Years Ago. I Was Cruising Down The Road On My Way To The Shore And I Saw A Fellow Wrangler Wave So My Instinct Was To Return It And It Has Become A Natural Reaction To Any Wrangler. Its Gotten To The Point Where I Salute Even When I'm Driving My Jetta TDI.

It Does Bother Me A Bit That People Who Buy Brand New Wranglers Haven't The Slightest Idea What Is Going On When I Wave.

On My Way To The Trails A Few Months Ago I Was Stuck In Traffic With no Top Or Doors Being Gawked At From All Sides By Non-Jeeps For Fifteen Minutes Or So. SoI Shut The Jeep Off And Stand On The Roll Bar To See What The Hold Up Was... It Was A CJ Dead In The Middle Of The Road. So I Threw Her Into 4 And Took Off Down The Sandy Road Side Passing All Kinds Of Trucks And A Jeep To Get To The Front And Tow The Crippled CJ Off The Road. To Sum Up The Long Story I Did That For A Wrangler And I Would Hope Someone Would Do That For Me And I Know I Can't Count On The New Jeep People.
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Man I am SO glad somebody started this! I'm always complaining to my girlfriend about people buying jeeps just cause to buy one. I wave at every jeep i see and just like you guys I get less than half back.

About a month ago I was driving down the highway and on the other side I saw a yj and a ty stopped on the side of the road. So i hit the brakes and cut through the median to see what was up. (nobody was around otherwise I would have went down to the next turnaround) It was cool because the yj had over heated and the tj stopped to see what was up just like me. It was nice to see some Brother/sister hood still alive.
Keep waving everybody will catch on!
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Yeah I Had No Idea Of The Wrangler Salute Till I Got One Two Years Ago. I Was Cruising Down The Road On My Way To The Shore And I Saw A Fellow Wrangler Wave So My Instinct Was To Return It And It Has Become A Natural Reaction To Any Wrangler. Its Gotten To The Point Where I Salute Even When I'm Driving My Jetta TDI.

It Does Bother Me A Bit That People Who Buy Brand New Wranglers Haven't The Slightest Idea What Is Going On When I Wave.

On My Way To The Trails A Few Months Ago I Was Stuck In Traffic With no Top Or Doors Being Gawked At From All Sides By Non-Jeeps For Fifteen Minutes Or So. SoI Shut The Jeep Off And Stand On The Roll Bar To See What The Hold Up Was... It Was A CJ Dead In The Middle Of The Road. So I Threw Her Into 4 And Took Off Down The Sandy Road Side Passing All Kinds Of Trucks And A Jeep To Get To The Front And Tow The Crippled CJ Off The Road. To Sum Up The Long Story I Did That For A Wrangler And I Would Hope Someone Would Do That For Me And I Know I Can't Count On The New Jeep People.


I am a new Jeep owner. Don't think it has anything to do with the owner being new or not... it's the mentallity of that owner. I would have done the same thing... even if I had my girlfriend screaming (she does everytime I do something spontainious in the Jeep) I would pull up next to you, or any other Jeep that has problems.

But I do see where you might be talking about some of these guys that are not into the Jeep thing... they are also more likely to lower a Jeep than raise it. I don't think there are all that many people out there like that.
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The Good OL JEEP wave

I cant tell you how many times ive waved at a JK and they dont wave back! whats up with this, I keep the jeep wave alive and strong where I live but the folks in the JK just dont get it what happened?
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same thing happened in late 90's w/ the tj, bunch of yuppies started buying them cuz they got nicer inside, and all compared to the yj. lots of tj guys figured it out, now the jk's are clueless. even tj's around here aren't always up to speed. cj's and yj's are guaranteed. its more than just a wave to. i think everytime it dies a little they change things though.
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Here In Jersey we just treat the JK's like a H2..If we see somebody standing next to it we all ask if they got the heated seat and power window package lol
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Jeeps do not come from the factory with a brochure explaining the Jeep wave. If the buyer has never owned a Jeep before, is there some way he's supposed to automatically know about it?

By the way, the "wave" is not unique to Jeeps. Harley riders, old British sports car drivers, classic car owners, Corvette drivers, etc.... any driver of a somewhat unique vehicle... pretty much mostly all wave at each other. But I can assure you that none were born knowing that.
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LOL I love that reply about the H2 thats awesome, ive heard all about the harley wave my uncle has got one and he goes on and on about it, yeah I dont think there is anything in the owners manual about it either haha but for some reason its the JK drivers that dont seem to get it and to be honest some tj owners also dont either, but im sure they will come around
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I've noticed alot of JKs that ride around with the doors off - perfectly happy to wave. Now if I ride past a JK on a hot day, with the windows up and the air on, it's a given that they aren't going to wave back.
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You guys and gals who r IL will now me when u see me the only crazy one with the doors and top of it still driving nite and day. Drove it last nite to and from school it was 48 degrees last night leavin school! I will only toss them on when i get cold. I wave all the time too.
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Now if I ride past a JK on a hot day, with the windows up and the air on, it's a given that they aren't going to wave back.
If it's a hot day and I'm working which means I may be wearing a suit, I will probably have my TJ's windows up and a/c on... but that doesn't mean I won't wave atcha.
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when i first got a jeep i didn't understand the wave at all. after a week or so i figured it out. i see no reason not to wave, they need to learn the wave just like most of us who drive jeeps needed to. i think there is no reason not to wave. they are fellow wrangler owners you should be there to teach them this sub culture just like you would to a new tj owner.
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I live in Oregon and only about 30% of the people wave.. I think it is too elitist of them to wave.. I ALWAYS get a deuce from modified Jeepers.. Still sucks when the stock ones don't wave though!! I HATE IT!!!

ALWAYS WAVE AT YOUR FELLOW JEEPER!!!!
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Guys, the wave is a friendly gesture... that is all, nothing more. Don't get your panties all twisted up if not everyone waves back at you. It is not the end of the world.
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if they dont wave, swerve at them, they'll be sure to wave the next time you pass.
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orange05tj, i freakin love ur video of the older guy fallin whered u get it.




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I'm in a 4dr Sahara JK and I have noticed that the Sahara's more than others don't seem to wave. I always wave. Stocker or big dog. I'ts all good

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