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Old 03-23-2013, 02:26 AM   #98251
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Hooooly crap I'm beat. Just spent the last 9 hours cleaning our 2 story mechanic/wood shop. It was naaaaassty. (Clevelands voice).
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Old 03-23-2013, 10:25 AM   #98252
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i am having a hard time with my horn :/ it hasnt worked since i.got it and inspection ia do
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Old 03-23-2013, 02:02 PM   #98253
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i am having a hard time with my horn :/ it hasnt worked since i.got it and inspection ia do
Check the horns fuse
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:11 PM   #98254
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Check the horns fuse
i did, but it looks like the P/O made it so it goes into a connector and plugs into the fuse box, and the wiring going into the connector is like halfway ripped out, i went to go.find another connector but i couldnt find.one in that shape
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:08 PM   #98255
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theres a long creek we go down into, its fun havnt gotten deep into it yet with my buddies cause im waiting on tires haha
Well I'm free here in a few weekends!! Maybe I'll come up and we can do some of the stuff yall haven't been able to. I'd like to meet some fellow jeepers as well!
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Old 03-23-2013, 10:36 PM   #98256
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:13 PM   #98257
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Hey shell, do you have any advice for someone learning guitar?
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:32 PM   #98258
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Hey shell, do you have any advice for someone learning guitar?
Find a good lesson teacher. Even if you already know how to read music (like me...it was frustrating trying to teach myself)

It also kinda depends on what you want to learn...I knew how to reach a fingering & chord chart, but for me it was rhythmic coordination (I know-being a music teacher) I had major problems with strumming patterns
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:45 PM   #98259
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Find a good lesson teacher. Even if you already know how to read music (like me...it was frustrating trying to teach myself)

It also kinda depends on what you want to learn...I knew how to reach a fingering & chord chart, but for me it was rhythmic coordination (I know-being a music teacher) I had major problems with strumming patterns
I'm teaching myself until summer (with the help of a few friends) when my schedule frees up enough to take lessons. I've been able to read sheet music since since around 2nd/3rd grade and tablature since frosh year.
Chord changes are slow but getting better and faster. Picking and strumming are not very good for me
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I'm teaching myself until summer (with the help of a few friends) when my schedule frees up enough to take lessons. I've been able to read sheet music since since around 2nd/3rd grade and tablature since frosh year.
Chord changes are slow but getting better and faster. Picking and strumming are not very good for me
Yep, that's what I sucked at...chord changes are a "b" but, it seems to me that most music is written with the aw chords over & over again, so once you learn the right ones, it gets much easier.

You learning on an electric or acoustic?
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Yep, that's what I sucked at...chord changes are a "b" but, it seems to me that most music is written with the aw chords over & over again, so once you learn the right ones, it gets much easier.

You learning on an electric or acoustic?
I found practicing the chords and simple songs without strumming at first works better for me. I guess it's just less overwhelming and I can focus on one thing at a time.

Acoustic, I prefer the sound much more and didn't want to buy all the equipment for an electric. I got mine for less than $200 brand new with case, electric tuner, and capo
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I found practicing the chords and simple songs without strumming at first works better for me. I guess it's just less overwhelming and I can focus on one thing at a time.

Acoustic, I prefer the sound much more and didn't want to buy all the equipment for an electric. I got mine for less than $200 brand new with case, electric tuner, and capo
Same here. I prefer acoustic even though I started with an electric. I'm still holding out for a Martin, but I think it gonna come down to a Martin or new bumper and the bumper is gonna win. I want to eat rid of as much plastic as possible. Talking to my friend at school with the black unlimited on Friday & she was trying to convince the hubster that I needed a winch and I needed new tires and a lift. That why I love her ( in a friendly way, not that weird l word way )
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Same here. I prefer acoustic even though I started with an electric. I'm still holding out for a Martin, but I think it gonna come down to a Martin or new bumper and the bumper is gonna win. I want to eat rid of as much plastic as possible. Talking to my friend at school with the black unlimited on Friday & she was trying to convince the hubster that I needed a winch and I needed new tires and a lift. That why I love her ( in a friendly way, not that weird l word way )
That's a tough choice, I'd probably go with the bumper haha. She's a good friend
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Old 03-24-2013, 10:17 AM   #98264
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i did, but it looks like the P/O made it so it goes into a connector and plugs into the fuse box, and the wiring going into the connector is like halfway ripped out, i went to go.find another connector but i couldnt find.one in that shape
Just splice it then
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Oil leak on the jeep :rollseyes:
Valve cover or rear main?
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Old 03-24-2013, 10:56 AM   #98267
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Valve cover or rear main?
Not sure yet. Gonna look at it in a few minuets. Was driving back from a friends house/party and he told me there was an oil spot under where my jeep was. I checked the oil and sure enough it was about a quart low so I filled it at the first spot I could buy oil. I'm just waiting for my headache(hangover) to disappear. Some more coffee and Advil and then ill peak around.....
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Old 03-24-2013, 10:59 AM   #98268
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Although it did look like it was running down the oil pan so
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:34 AM   #98269
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So many posts but I can't edit any of them at this point so here goes another. Appears the oil is coming through the pan. As in, the pan has rotted thin and it's just leaking between them.
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Old 03-24-2013, 01:22 PM   #98270
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Old 03-24-2013, 02:42 PM   #98271
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So I took my jeep mudding for the first time yesterday not a crazy amount of mud but enough to have a little bit of fun in. Why did I wait 5 months to have that much fun?
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Old 03-24-2013, 04:17 PM   #98272
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Find a good lesson teacher. Even if you already know how to read music (like me...it was frustrating trying to teach myself)

It also kinda depends on what you want to learn...I knew how to reach a fingering & chord chart, but for me it was rhythmic coordination (I know-being a music teacher) I had major problems with strumming patterns
X2 on lessons. I took them for two years while learning electric, and after another year I switched over to classical. I just don't have the soul to play rock/blues I guess!!
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So I took my jeep mudding for the first time yesterday not a crazy amount of mud but enough to have a little bit of fun in. Why did I wait 5 months to have that much fun?
Congrats haha and I waited a while too And the first time I went it stained my top-__-
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So I took my jeep mudding for the first time yesterday not a crazy amount of mud but enough to have a little bit of fun in. Why did I wait 5 months to have that much fun?
I don't necessarily like getting my jeep covered in mud. It's just a pain in the a$$ to get it clean. And it gets all over your driveway or garage. I love wheeling though don't get me wrong lol
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Selling my jeep soon probably /:
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Selling my jeep soon probably /:
What why!!!
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The frame is starting to rot.. And I can't rationalize putting all that money into something so un-practical....
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Dont feel bad. I'm thinking about trading mine in too. 190,000 miles is just too much
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The real killer is I love my jeep. It's only got 55k miles on it. Dana 44 rear... It's just the frame... And other than being fun it's useless as hell. Terrible gas milage, bad ride, can't tow anything... It's just, so fun to throw around and drive over things in....
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do yall know who and where makes a 87-91 frameless soft top for a sport cage? i was talking about buying one from a guy on CL and then he sold it :/
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