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Old 01-26-2013, 04:33 PM   #3781
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Old 01-26-2013, 04:40 PM   #3782
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When you sell all the old parts off the Jeep and the money stays in your PayPal acct less than 48 hours. Hello new winch and bumper.
Wish I had enough old parts to buy a winch.

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Old 01-26-2013, 05:49 PM   #3784
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LUCKY! I wish I could afford that my record is two days in a row haha
Only reason I could is because it was nothing big lol. I got floor mats, a radio, and a dash kit for the radio.
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:54 AM   #3785
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When you sell all the old parts off the Jeep and the money stays in your PayPal acct less than 48 hours. Hello new winch and bumper.
It's like recycling; who says Jeeps can't be "green" lol.
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:55 AM   #3786
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Maybe I'm not as pathetic as my friends think!
It's just funner the more there is! & mine 's sweeter than yours! Lol
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:04 AM   #3787
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This is so true
I had to hug my jeep last week before i left for work in it, I had a nightmare the night before where my jeep was destroyed! I woke up in tears wondering if my insurance would replace my jeep?!?! I still gotta look into that.
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:37 PM   #3788
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This is hilarious coming from someone who lives in minnesota.
I've lived from Florida to Michigan; Southern California, Tennessee, and Georgia. I drive truck and have been as far north as 500 miles above the US border. In the north it's a dry cold, and I've walked in sub zero temperatures with nothing more than a windbreaker; while laughing at cousins in Florida that were "freezing" at just below 50 degrees. When I moved to Florida is when I understood and laughed no more. The wet cold of the south bites hard; cuts straight through to the bone.
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:20 PM   #3789
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I've lived from Florida to Michigan; Southern California, Tennessee, and Georgia. I drive truck and have been as far north as 500 miles above the US border. In the north it's a dry cold, and I've walked in sub zero temperatures with nothing more than a windbreaker; while laughing at cousins in Florida that were "freezing" at just below 50 degrees. When I moved to Florida is when I understood and laughed no more. The wet cold of the south bites hard; cuts straight through to the bone.
X2 I was in michigan a few weeks ago never got out of the teens and didn't even seem that cold then I come back home to nc and its int the 30s and I'm freezing
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I've lived from Florida to Michigan; Southern California, Tennessee, and Georgia. I drive truck and have been as far north as 500 miles above the US border. In the north it's a dry cold, and I've walked in sub zero temperatures with nothing more than a windbreaker; while laughing at cousins in Florida that were "freezing" at just below 50 degrees. When I moved to Florida is when I understood and laughed no more. The wet cold of the south bites hard; cuts straight through to the bone.
x3 finding that out now at school in Greenville. I thought it was rediculous seeing parkas when it was in the 50's but now that its consistently 30-40 its cold as back home in PA.

On the other hand hearing people freak out about the threat of a winter mix and ECU shutting down early because of it was kinda funny
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:47 PM   #3791
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You guys talk about sub zero not being cold because the air is dry, but for one the air is not always dry and also try being out in a windbreaker for more than a few minutes. Like you said it doesn't seem that cold, but after 30 mins. that temp will cut thru that windbreaker and all a sudden you will be saying, wow it is cold out here.
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You see 50 to 70 degree temps over the next few days and rush out to pull the top off because you have been "cooped up" the last 2 months.
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:43 AM   #3793
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You see 50 to 70 degree temps over the next few days and rush out to pull the top off because you have been "cooped up" the last 2 months.
Exactly!!! Weve got rain forcast with the higher temp, im thinkin ill just rock the doorless method
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:57 PM   #3794
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Wish I had enough old parts to buy a winch.
I didn't say it covered it but it makes it easier. Plus the wife thinks it covered the cost.
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:57 AM   #3795
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I have never caught my belt loop on the latch BUT i'm always shutting my door on my seat belt as it gets cuaght on the out side of it when I get out LOL
Omg I hate that! Once when I first got the jeep didn't realize that it had not closed for that very reason. I went in the store and came out to my jeep door opened and just about FREAKED!!
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:08 PM   #3796
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Fail. my tj heater freaking sucks!
Mine did too for a bit and my mechanic flushed the heater core. Now it it AMAZING!
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Old 01-30-2013, 07:19 AM   #3797
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Mine did too for a bit and my mechanic flushed the heater core. Now it it AMAZING!
I gotta do that every month or two
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:41 AM   #3798
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I gotta do that every month or two
Maybe you should get the entire system checked
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When I can't wait to get mine (2000) on Saturday so I can make more post to this thread!
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When I can't wait to get mine (2000) on Saturday so I can make more post to this thread!
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:44 PM   #3801
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Maybe you should get the entire system checked
I do the entire system. PO musta used some stop leak or something at one point in time and just clogged the heater core enough so it works perfect till sediment comes around
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I do the entire system. PO musta used some stop leak or something at one point in time and just clogged the heater core enough so it works perfect till sediment comes around
Mine kept plugging up too. I just did the complete cooling system to see if it helps. Hope it lasts longer. If it plugs again, I'm thinking of putting a Y stainer on the inlet side. Something to consider.
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Mine kept plugging up too. I just did the complete cooling system to see if it helps. Hope it lasts longer. If it plugs again, I'm thinking of putting a Y stainer on the inlet side. Something to consider.
Not a bad idea, never thought of that
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:09 PM   #3805
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When your threads get moved because you post 90% of your posts in the TJ section no matter what the topic, just because you are used to talking to the TJ people....
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When you see a TJ with a 3"BL and you cringe. Not to mention how faded everything on it was.
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Old 02-02-2013, 05:37 PM   #3807
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When you see a TJ with a 3"BL and you cringe. Not to mention how faded everything on it was.
wish i could like this post. lol
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There's a black 99 tj sport on my street that is stock, the front springs are so warn out that it sits 6-7" lower in the front so bad that the fender flare is almost to the rim... it has a badass muscle car rack to it LOL!!!!!
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There's a black 99 tj sport on my street that is stock, the front springs are so warn out that it sits 6-7" lower in the front so bad that the fender flare is almost to the rim... it has a badass muscle car rack to it LOL!!!!!
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