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pharmer
New to forum but not to Jeeps

Hi from central KS. Yeah, I know, KS is not the Jeeping capitol of the world, but that's where home is. I am new to this forum, but not new to Jeeps. I currently own a 2006 Rubicon and a 2008 JK Unlimited for the family Jeeping adventures. Colorado is my playground, and only wish I could be there more. I have made mods to both, but lack the confidence to try doing big mods on my own. I hope to find info without being treated like someone who knows nothing (I have more mechanical know-how than my farmer husband!) Other forums portray an image of, "If it ain't a 6" lift and 37's, then you don't exist!" My Jeeps aren't just for looks, though they look nice. I don't do rock climbing, but I do tackle challenging mountain passes. I hope to find new friends with the common bond of loving their Jeeps. What can I say, "It's a Jeep thing!"

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