I'm older than you (I won't say how much) but when my back got sore I had surgery. and then it wasn't sore anymore.
That's a good price and as soon as you sell it you'll probably wish you kept it.
Holy Cow.....at 47 you still got 18 years till you get Medi-care you know. There's got to be another reason for the back pain....it can't be the Jeep. I got a new hip last July and during the physical therapy I couldn't raise my right leg to good. But two weeks after surgery, I got the nod from the Doctor to drive so getting in and out of the jeep made me move my leg which made me heal faster....now I have the record for hip replacement recovery (in my home town) 3 weeks 4 days. I can really kick some A** now. Feeeeeeeeels great I might add.....and I'm keepin my TJ. ILMLJ = I Love My Lil Jeep.
I may not be as good for as many times as I once was, but, I'm as good once as I ever was ! ! !
not given us the info on your jeep. I want to try to get you to keep it.
Do you have a lift on it? IF so which one.
What kind of tires do you have on her.
If your running 33's or larger mudders or all terrains let out the psi til 25. That will make it ride so much smoother along with it will not hurt the tires. Come on guys get this guy to keep the tradition strong!
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Originally Posted by ccain
Isn't the JK just a rebodied PT Cruiser?!
Originally Posted by coyote_94yj
Just a few more inches Red. You can take it.
If you haven't gotten more out of the insurance company than you deserve, then you haven't screwed them nearly as much as they have been screwing you for the past xx years.
I've sold two Wranglers and ended up regretting it both times. I'm now on my third one and have promised myself to never let this one go unless I have another one waiting in the bushes. My advice: give it a little more thought before you let it go.
I've got 10 plus years on you, the Jeep is what makes getting older worth while. Soften the ride, change the seat, change the shocks and tires, but don't give in to a few aches and pains. My kids ( both grown, families, jobs) want my Jeep.. I told 'em, when I'm dead they can fight each other for who gets it.
I got my first Jeep (an '80 CJ5) in '85 after racing dirt bikes for 10 years plus many more years of riding them and street bikes. I now have a '03 Rubicon that will die with me. I'm 63 and know that my body would feel a whole lot worse if I just sat around and did nothing. Keep the Jeep and hang in there.
I'm 45, with occasional severe lower back pain, but I found that doing reverse leg curls completely relieves it. There has to be another solution, I could see if you needed the money for surgery or something.