But I would like to see how all of my new Jeep Buds here at Wrangler Forum are using their Jeeps. How many of us off road? How many of us do not now and have no plans to ever off road?
Let me just say this... I do not have a problem with someone having a Jeep and never getting off the pavement. These babies are just plain fun to drive both on the road and off road. I do not consider someone to be a "poser" if they keep their Jeeps on the pavement.
It doesn't even offend me if someone puts a lift and big tires on his Jeep and never goes off road. Hey, it is YOUR money that you are spending on Jeep payments and it is YOUR money you are spending for mods. If you are happy with what you are spending your money for, good for you and it "ain't no skin off my nose."
So, please don't be bashful about admitting that you do not plan to off road. My guess is that the vast majority of Wranglers never see dirt.
I hope we can have some fun with this poll.
What if the only things that remained to us today were the things we thanked God for yesterday?
I'll either get a deal on a 2012 or order a 2013, but plan to have it up in the mountains shortly after I get it. Nothing extreme since it will be all stock (for now), but I plan to use it offroad throughout the year.
The only time my JKU sees "off-road" is when I go to Jeep Beach and Jeeptoberfest. Otherwise it is my daily driver and I don't wheel my dd anymore. I learned that lesson the hard way. I bought a YJ to play with. I just have to get it built up a little more and get a little more reliable so I can take it to those events also.
If you don't drive a Jeep, than %^(# you!
- Ricky Bobby
2007 JKU - 2.5 RC, Teraflex LK, 315/75R16 Cooper Stt
1995 YJ - 2.5" ProComp+1" Shackles on 32x11.5r15