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08-03-2010 06:20 PM
Barrie Welcome.
08-03-2010 06:01 PM
monkeee2002
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Originally Posted by drivebytruckerz View Post
Stay on this forum.. aside from the joking and ragging of each other.. there are some really Jeep smart people on here..
That's great advice!
There seems to be someone who has experienced everything that has been posted since I joined the Forum.

Do a little looking / asking around, seek out a local Jeep club.

Welcome to the Jeep Family


Oh yeah. And the tools thing. Definitely the tools thing
08-03-2010 05:09 PM
JDsDream Welcome to WF
08-03-2010 03:47 PM
drivebytruckerz Stay on this forum.. aside from the joking and ragging of each other.. there are some really Jeep smart people on here. I've had Jeeps for years, but the past few months on here and I've learned a lifetime of stuff.

Welcome to the family and to the forum.
08-03-2010 03:45 PM
Artlugo
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Originally Posted by aelwero
Get some tools?

Seriously... once you start gettin into it, you're gonna break some ****. Every trip out I find the weakest link in my JK... so far that's just tires, but once I get KM2's I'll be able to get out past that part into the part that will bust a stock U-joint... and the mr. beefy U-joint will get me out to the part that breaks a fender off...

and so on and so on...

Granted, you can plenty enjoy off roading without wandering off into the jeep breakin areas, but every trip out you'll get more and more tempted...
I here that. All the fun I will have will be worth it though
08-03-2010 02:27 PM
aelwero Get some tools?

Seriously... once you start gettin into it, you're gonna break some ****. Every trip out I find the weakest link in my JK... so far that's just tires, but once I get KM2's I'll be able to get out past that part into the part that will bust a stock U-joint... and the mr. beefy U-joint will get me out to the part that breaks a fender off...

and so on and so on...

Granted, you can plenty enjoy off roading without wandering off into the jeep breakin areas, but every trip out you'll get more and more tempted...
08-03-2010 02:09 PM
Artlugo
new to jeep world

Hello there I am new to jeepin and I would like some advice on how to get started. I just bought a 03 jeep wrangler sport. I live in Clovis ca and need to learn how to four wheel. Any advice?

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