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09-09-2010 07:48 AM
InfernoGirl Welcome to the forum

If you spend some time reading the Noob threads and buying threads you'll find plenty of advice to help you avoid a bad decision. There's pricing advice, (take that with a grain of salt.. ) And everyone will tell you get a 4.0L, not the 4 banger... along with other things to watch out for and every opinion about everything else...
09-08-2010 11:00 PM
McBear
Noob from Lex

I just found this board and am beginning to learn about TJ models prior to buying soon.

I am in Lexington but have not really been able to find resources to hook up with that have a firm knowledge of what I need to look out for.

Any help in this area would be appreciated.


On another note, I just got back from Harlan this past weekend. I am originally from there and spent some time on Little Shepherd Trail with friends and my pickup. Fall is on the way so I am wanting to get something to drive and be able to get to take pics from mining/logging roads.

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