|07-11-2011 04:38 PM|
Hi mate, I'm also from the UK but at the other side of the Country in Suffolk. I too have the same problem, no Jeep owners in the area and the local Land Rover club only let Land Rovers join in the fun. Badge snobs!
I did however find a fairly local off-road park at the weekend for £30/day so will be paying it a visit sometime soon.
There are a couple of UK users on here but not many.
Enjoy the new Jeep and welcome aboard, these are a friendly bunch.
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|07-09-2011 04:11 PM|
Hi from Cornwall uk
My first forum, my first wrangler, i have owned and driven Landrovers on and off road for around 30yrs.
Now at last got the 4x4 ive always wanted, Got 2002 wrangler its a special edition over here called a grizzly, jeep is completly standard, Just ordered a "Banks monster cat back exhaust" from az offroad, cant wait for it to arrive as mines blowing. biggest problem ive found up to now is cant find anyone over here whos into jeeps and offroading, everyone round here has a landrover but they dont know what there missing.