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Old 05-10-2013, 11:24 AM   #1
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Question plz, from where I can order these??
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:29 AM   #2
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Question plz, from where I can order these??
Google says you can find them at: JcrOffroad, Inc. JK Tailgate Cover Plate

Less than a minute! A new Google record for me!

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Old 05-10-2013, 11:33 AM   #3
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Google says you can find them at: JcrOffroad, Inc. JK Tailgate Cover Plate

Less than a minute! A new Google record for me!
thanks man, the problem i didn't know that they are called tailgate cover :P

english is not my first language..
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No problem. I just googled JCR, which is seem on the plates.

I don't speak English either, I speak American! (Sorry, just got back from a UK vacation and I was told that I don't speak English there while drinking in a pub.)
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No problem. I just googled JCR, which is seem on the plates.

I don't speak English either, I speak American! (Sorry, just got back from a UK vacation and I was told that I don't speak English there while drinking in a pub.)
That's pretty funny!
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They are called tramp stamps.
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They are called tramp stamps.
Almost fell over just now
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They are called tramp stamps.
Only if you're a tramp like this fellow ^
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Ya and I've been practicing American all my life and still can't get it right. Dang first language.
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Old 05-10-2013, 02:06 PM   #10
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Poison Spyder makes one with a license plate bracket and light.
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No problem. I just googled JCR, which is seem on the plates.

I don't speak English either, I speak American! (Sorry, just got back from a UK vacation and I was told that I don't speak English there while drinking in a pub.)
The funny thing is, some of the English that you (Americans) speak is actually truer to the original language than the English that we (English) speak. For example, the suffix -ize as in "prioritize" was the established norm in Britain in the 17th century, and was maintained by the American colonisers as the language evolved differently in the UK.

As a Brit living in North America, I find the debate about whose version of the language is "correct" to be endlessly amusing and annoying in equal parts. There is no correct, only different.

Apart from your bastardisation of the word "aluminium", or course. Everyone knows you're wrong about that one.
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well now the guy found his tramp stamp source, i'll just add this for entertainment

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As a Brit living in North America, I find the debate about whose version of the language is "correct" to be endlessly amusing and annoying in equal parts. There is no correct, only different.
Throw this into the mix. A friend of mine is from Scotland. He is now an American citizen. For the first three years I knew him, I always joked about being separated by a common language. Oh the funny conversations we had! He's lived in America for 18 years. Now his own family in Scotland say that they cannot understand him.
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The funny thing is, some of the English that you (Americans) speak is actually truer to the original language than the English that we (English) speak. For example, the suffix -ize as in "prioritize" was the established norm in Britain in the 17th century, and was maintained by the American colonisers as the language evolved differently in the UK.

As a Brit living in North America, I find the debate about whose version of the language is "correct" to be endlessly amusing and annoying in equal parts. There is no correct, only different.

Apart from your bastardisation of the word "aluminium", or course. Everyone knows you're wrong about that one.
I've had the most fun in UK pubs, mostly in London, discussing the differences of our societies and YES the word aluminum has been discussed in some of the topics. I've enjoyed all the discussions until they turn to sports. You Brits are fanatical about your version of football.
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So what would you do if you got a flat tire without the spare?
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They are called tramp stamps.
Now I want us to prototype one with a butterfly on it
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^lol. Before I had the jeep, that's what I considered a tramp stamp.

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