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Old 03-27-2008, 06:03 PM   #31
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please don't put "if you can read this, flip me over" upside down on your windshield, on a stock jeep, thats all i ask
I had my buddy ('86 CJ7 Laredo full restore) make me a sticker at his graphics shop that said "HUMMERS ARE FOR DICKS"

Thats what went over my windshield.

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Old 03-27-2008, 06:38 PM   #32
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When I get back from the Army and get a Rubicon, I'm having the dealer remove the "Rubicon" decals from the hood because I wanna put the WRANGLERFORUM.COM decals there
It is so easy to remove those decals. Don't have the dealer do it unless its free.

My stickers become fridge magnets. I don't really care about the free advertising because I am usually proud of the parts I picked out. I just like a clean looking vehicle.

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Old 03-27-2008, 07:28 PM   #33
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The only decal I have is my WF one.

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When I get back from the Army and get a Rubicon, I'm having the dealer remove the "Rubicon" decals from the hood because I wanna put the WRANGLERFORUM.COM decals there
Like this? But mine are pushed back a bit more.
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Old 03-27-2008, 08:30 PM   #34
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I have mine under the hood. I too like the clean looks of a Jeep, and Agree with the sponsorship quote earlier. Mine haven't peeled or bubbled.

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Old 03-28-2008, 12:13 AM   #35
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The only decal I have is my WF one.



Like this? But mine are pushed back a bit more.
I'll have it bigger and more centered, like the Rubicon is.
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as i add more upgrades to my jeep, i notice i am accumulating those stickers that come with each product. i was wondering what you guys did with them. is it cool to put these on your jeep or is frowned upon by the majority of the jeep community?

if you do put them on, where? i've got a soft top so my rear window is a no no.

They all go on my 7ft tall Craftsman professional tool box.
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They all go on my 7ft tall Craftsman professional tool box.
I wish I had a 7ft tall Craftsman professional tool box
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Old 03-28-2008, 09:20 AM   #39
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I wish I had a 7ft tall Craftsman professional tool box
My parents bought it for me for christmas in 86, that 12 drawer cabinet, 4 drawer add on and the rolling chest were a great gift, material wise probably the most useful thing anyone has ever given me. They are gone now but that tool box is a constant reminder of them every time I open a drawer or walk by it. A huge tool box setup is one of the best purchases you can make. Hard to believe that was over 20 years ago.
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My parents bought it for me for christmas in 86, that 12 drawer cabinet, 4 drawer add on and the rolling chest were a great gift, material wise probably the most useful thing anyone has ever given me. They are gone now but that tool box is a constant reminder of them every time I open a drawer or walk by it. A huge tool box setup is one of the best purchases you can make. Hard to believe that was over 20 years ago.
Its great that you can remember your parent when you're doing what you love.

How far do you live from the Pocono Raceway? I go to the NASCAR races every June and July/August.
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Its great that you can remember your parent when you're doing what you love.

How far do you live from the Pocono Raceway? I go to the NASCAR races every June and July/August.
Right up the street about 10 minutes, I'm the computer and network guy for them, they are one of my customers. My dads cousin, richard, owned or still owns the stone barn, have not been by there in 10 or 15 years...

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