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Old 07-05-2012, 09:54 PM   #61
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Hate cupcakes....

Here's to all the ladies that drive jeeps - and all the folks (both genders) that give support!
My daughter made some Blue Moon and Corona Beer cupcakes, those were yummy

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Old 07-05-2012, 09:57 PM   #62
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Awesome! Honestly I'd love to do it myself....collecting the tools and the parts is going to put me in the poor house tho. Lift party sounds like the way to go
Actually you can get the tools cheaper than you can pay most shops to do it for you. Harbor Freight is your friend when it comes to buying the normally expensive stuff.

I was able to get everything we needed for our lift for about $200 from harbor freight. Most power tools are only $20 there. Don't really need the expensive stuff when harbor freight offers the warranty they do.

Wish I lived closer. I'd show ya how to do it. I take great pleasure in showing some of the "old school" boys that I can wrench circles around most of em. Learn girl. It's rewarding,....and funny at times.

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Old 07-05-2012, 10:03 PM   #63
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And for the record...I am the least incapable woman you'll probably ever meet (15 yrs in uniform and yes WITH a gun) and I fought fire as a reserve job, so slow your stereotypical roll okay buddy?

I'm simply new at "Jeeps" and was considering some help from a local pro shop. As with most hobbies...pro shops can really suck, everyone "knows it all" and can run a new person out the door. Men and women. Audible sighing...and treating me like my questions/ possible purchase is "wearing" pisses me off. Thanks for adding to it.
I shoulda read this farther before replying. Go to the hobby shop on base girl! They have all the tools you need including a hydraulic lift.

Hubby and I did ours in base housing, bc we couldn't find a babysitter for the kids. Took about 6 hours. But I lifted my tj at the hobby shop in Mildenhall. The guys working there can help when u need it. Jk's are easier to lift than tj's. You'll be fine. Just treat the instructions like a T.O.
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Call Stan at Jeep Performance in Redlands. He is "JPI1" on this forum so you can also PM him. We did our lift ourselves but Stan recently hosted a Jeep event and we met ALOT of Jeepers for whom Stan has done work. They were all happy customers. I was the only stock JK at the event (and a girl) and Stan did not snicker. LOL.
We called Tera Flex for specific questions on our lift and they were very helpful too.
Don't take any crap from the chauvinistic pigs. DO drive your Jeep their shop by once its lifted and say "thanks!". With your middle finger.
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And for the record, if I ever end up in Cali I need to look you up OP. I like you! Lol
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It happens more than we see or know. Some (maybe most or all) huge car dealerships love it when they see women drive in to the service department. My last three service techs said 90% of them will spend a lot more than the guys who come in because they are clueless and easier to convince...same with sales. Sorry that is how things are. Post up here more, read threads of diff Jeep forums, try a few things yourself, and soon you will know a ton about Jeeps.
Its got nothing to do with the anatomy in the britches.. Amost anyone coming in the door under 40 can be assumed to be ignorant of how things work...and thus an easy mark for getting ripped off...uhhmm I mean "up-sold"

Now before yall start wetting your poison quills...I know this is a broad generalization. There are absolutely exceptions. And typically folks driving Wranglers are somewhat more comfortable with the innerds of their ride.

But the vast majority of customers cant tell the difference between a toaster or a torque converter....and they honestly dont care. It all goes on the plastic...its painless...and they never have to get their hands dirty or break a sweat....how barbaric.

Hostoricly...it was about taking advantage of the unaccompaied female. Now its about taking advantage of anyone who doesnt know anybetter....and its easy pick'ns.

I just spent a day teaching one of my young employees the basic responsibiliteis of vehicle ownership and maintenance. I think it is irresponsible of any parent or any school system to neglect these basic necessities of daily life.
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:18 PM   #67
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What the H is wrong with the suspension companies? Is my "girl money" not green enough? I've never been treated so poorly by ANY businesses in my life. "Come back later(after I set my appointment)", "we don't have time to break this down for you(I'm soooo sorry for asking!!)", "we're not interested in small fabrications ...we'll do your suspension but...hey can you hold on? *click*"
Terra Flex 2.5 wheels and tires...yes that's SUCH a waste of time!!!

Glad business is SO GOOD for you.....guess my Jeep is staying stock until I can do it myself.
I'm late to the party but I say go bust some skulls. what jerks. I told good year to stick it when they tried to tell me 33inch duratracs aren't a very common tire for people to buy and tried to charge me over 500 more than what it should be. If they're gonna be jerks, screw 'em. Go somewhere else where they respect their customer. Female or not they have no right to be rude
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. As I'm looking around in his booth, one of the salesmen tells me, "You can bake cookies in these, too!" Seriously?
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Now that's funny right there, I don't care who you are.. ROFL
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Damn!&@@&!? Now I want cookies! lol
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Damn!&@@&!? Now I want cookies! lol
And I want cupcakes!

It's unfortunate the way this happens. But it does. I agree with everyone else, post up in your local forum. I'm always amazed at how Jeepers are so willing to help other Jeepers. I have met some great people from this board & I joined a local club and have made so many new friends who have helped me do so much on my Jeep. Look around & take people up on their offer for help, they really mean it! You'll learn a TON, save a ton, make new friends & everyone will have fun doing so!! It's truly awesome & part of the reason I love my Jeep so much.

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There is also nothing sexier than a girl working on her jeep.
Can you say "Jessi Combs"
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Now that's funny right there, I don't care who you are.. ROFL
Yeah, my husband got a good laugh about it, too. He was just standing back, watching the whole thing transpire. After a while, it became a running joke between us.
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What the H is wrong with the suspension companies? Is my "girl money" not green enough? I've never been treated so poorly by ANY businesses in my life. "Come back later(after I set my appointment)", "we don't have time to break this down for you(I'm soooo sorry for asking!!)", "we're not interested in small fabrications ...we'll do your suspension but...hey can you hold on? *click*"
Terra Flex 2.5 wheels and tires...yes that's SUCH a waste of time!!!


Glad business is SO GOOD for you.....guess my Jeep is staying stock until I can do it myself.
I get that kind of crap all the time. I am the only female engineer in my company and when vendors or outsiders come in, more often than not, I get treated like the secretary for the Engineering Dept. People walk into the Engineering Shop, look at me and say, "can you get me an Engineer?" You wanna look at the sign on the door and ask me that again, loser? To that point, I'm not walking around with my b00bs out and waggin' my tail to manipulate anyone...that is SOOOOOOOO not my style...in fact, I don't really know too many women like that, maybe because the women around me have brains.

Since it happens to me all the time at work, I'm not gonna apologize for feeling like it happens in non-work situations as well...and I don't think you should either, Rida29r.
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or were you expecting, as most girls do, to be treated differently because your a poor weak little girl who knows nothing about the machine she depends on?
Whole bunch of assumptions going on there O_M.

Or were you thinking, as most dudes do, that you can be a misogynistic ass since you are used to treating women like dirt?

My bad -- I started making assumptions like you did.
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his wife probably wishes she were single.
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Come on guys.... get over what was said, no hard feelings here. We're all Jeepers.

I have to admit though, it doesn't matter if you're a girl or guy, some shops just have attitudes and some of them think they are the shit.

Regardless of your sex....I've been around these shops long enough to know when it's excessive. And like the OP says, when you're money aint green enough, well they lose your business and the potential customers you speak to in your given area.
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hehehehehe.... he said "sex"
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A real-life example of a FEMALE-owned Honda auto shop:
My friend lives in another city but I help her out when she needs help with cars, house repair, etc. She needed some work done on her Honda Accord (she does not make much money) so she called this shop that is owned by a woman. She had 4-5 things to get done and got a quote for $464 from this lady. I asked her to get a written quote and fax it to me.

Two weeks or so later, I called the shop and told them the same thing and what all I needed done and asked that lady for a price. They are pretty popular in the area and had actually done good work at good prices when I lived there. I has the list in front of me. My quote? $345. That was actually a reasonable quote. Happens all the time, and especially to women. I help my two close female friends out all time time- buying cars, getting quotes on house repair jobs, and even car parts. More often than not, I get better prices. It's a bit stunning. No, I do not open carry.
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LMAO
HK, I hope you and yourse dodged the flames.

I help my wife out all the time. How all that stuff keeps getting on the top shelf baffles me cuz I have to keep getting it down for her.

I thinks its just her excuse to check out my jeans.




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Yes, we did dodge the flames. I live right in the foothills too. Thanks!
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Just to make everyone feel better, here is a picture (taken by someone else on July 4th) of the Indian Peaks area north of Denver...I hope it posts.
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Just to make everyone feel better, here is a picture (taken by someone else on July 4th) of the Indian Peaks area north of Denver...I hope it posts.
That's my picture actually
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Well captured, snikt!! I love that picture. What camera and lens?
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Wow thats stinks.. you should do it yourself then go back and tell them it was pretty easy even for a girl
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What the H is wrong with the suspension companies? Is my "girl money" not green enough? I've never been treated so poorly by ANY businesses in my life. "Come back later(after I set my appointment)", "we don't have time to break this down for you(I'm soooo sorry for asking!!)", "we're not interested in small fabrications ...we'll do your suspension but...hey can you hold on? *click*"
Terra Flex 2.5 wheels and tires...yes that's SUCH a waste of time!!!

Glad business is SO GOOD for you.....guess my Jeep is staying stock until I can do it myself.
Sorry to hear about your experience. Some Individuals and businesses make generalizations and assumptions of who people are or who their customers should be by how they look or what gender they are. Human nature is interesting and frustrating at times. The better businesses train their employees to overcome these predispositions and treat everyone equally.

I will go buy items, such as shoes, clothing and other things, for my wife just to see what reaction or service I will receive. I have lots of stories, some funny, others not. Here is something common that I run into at stores or sections specific for women. I have stood in the women's athletic shoe section of a major chain and been ignored by every sales lady for over 30 minutes. I was the only customer in the section. I was walking around and holding the shoe I needed to check my wife's size in and had five associates walk within four feet of me. Not a one approached me to ask if i needed help. I'm 6'6" 285 lbs. I'm a little hard not to spot. I finally had a store manager help me. She was not pleased when I explained what had happened and told me that she was watching me for about 15 minutes while helping others in a different section. She was not pleased that she witnessed that I was ignored by two associates. I received a 30% discount on my wife's new shoes.

My wife has numerous stories herself, most good and some really bad, while buying items for me. I would say that 40% of the woodworking and power tools that I own we're purchased by my wife without me. She knows more about woodworking tools than most contractors.

We avoid the businesses, if possible, where either one of us received poor service. One thing that we always have is interesting dinner conversations with friends due to doing this.

I will use this quirk of human nature to my advantage though, also. I will go into a lot of businesses right after doing work where I become absolutely filthy. I will be ignored by almost every sales person. I can shop in peace. No one approaches me. My wife has gone into these stores separately from me and just laughs about how everyone avoids me, but will help her.

Once again, sorry to hear that you were treated this way.
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Honestly- the Jeep is a good way to learn how to do stuff. I am married to a gear head & a verbose Italian-therefore I have way more knowledge about vehicles than I'll ever need. (I got engaged drag racing. No flowers for me!). I don't typically work on our vehicles though. I crawled under our Jeep during the install and said "that's it?". Our sportscars are cramped, low and complicated. Slide under your Jeep one day and have a look-see- its fairly simple and you'll learn quickly what is what.
And the forum, especially the local CA one, has a lot of very helpful people.
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