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Yesterday 01:31 PM
FLEX B
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Originally Posted by Pat-54 View Post
Do you have a 4 or 6 cylinder? Lol. You can't get a "new" tranny from oreillys for about 750-800 bucks.
I have a 6, but (me personally) would only put Jeep (Mopar) OEM or upgraded parts on my Jeep. At least with this one, I think I might keep it for a while.. I like the steel fenders/round head lights and being able to work on them myself. The newer they get the more difficult it becomes, each generation becomes more and more technically advanced and more difficult to diagnosis and fix. Don't get me wrong.. I've had a few and not all of them were treated so nice. If youve read all my post you would know why this one means so much.
Yesterday 12:40 PM
Pat-54
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Originally Posted by FLEX B View Post
I might be interested in an automatic/manual swap...
Do you have a 4 or 6 cylinder? Lol. You can't get a "new" tranny from oreillys for about 750-800 bucks.
Yesterday 10:52 AM
Mike Hotel
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Originally Posted by JnK619 View Post
Everybody, but especially every man should know how to drive a stick!
I've never heard that put better in my whole life, and I could not agree more. Fortunately for me, my parents feel the same way. I learned in the parking lot of my middle school.
Yesterday 10:43 AM
JnK619
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Originally Posted by SCBradly View Post
when your friends want to drive it but nobody my age (17) knows how to drive stick!



I have 2 boys 19y/o and 17y/o. I took em both to deserted roads and high school parking lots when they were 15, before they had their permits and taught them how to drive a stick. Now they both own cars with stick. Everybody, but especially every man should know how to drive a stick!
04-19-2014 12:18 PM
Bobs Jeep Not sure how to add a picture on here so I just made it my avatar Brandon. I added it to my profile pictures as well.
04-18-2014 07:52 PM
FLEX B
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Originally Posted by Pat-54 View Post
I know I hate it. I have an automatic atm but I want a manual so bad. My friend has a manual truck and only his dad and one other person can drive it. It's pitiful. I'm glad my dad showed me and my other friend let me practice on his truck lol.
I might be interested in an automatic/manual swap...
04-18-2014 07:38 PM
Pink_Percy
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Originally Posted by brandon-99tj View Post

Pics or it didnt happen...
x2!!
04-18-2014 05:25 PM
brandon-99tj
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Originally Posted by Bobs Jeep View Post
When you pull out the back window and load up a half pallet of Sod. It was loaded all the way to the top of the seats. Ninety-five 1' x 2' pieces! Who needs a truck when you have a TJ.
Pics or it didnt happen...
04-18-2014 04:37 PM
Bobs Jeep When you pull out the back window and load up a half pallet of Sod. It was loaded all the way to the top of the seats. Ninety-five 1' x 2' pieces! Who needs a truck when you have a TJ.
04-18-2014 04:28 PM
Pat-54
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Originally Posted by ThatWhiteMachine101 View Post
That trend will continue throughout your life. Nobody in this generation can drive stick to save their lives. I'm 22 and thankful was taught to drive on the 5-speed jeep I now own.
I know I hate it. I have an automatic atm but I want a manual so bad. My friend has a manual truck and only his dad and one other person can drive it. It's pitiful. I'm glad my dad showed me and my other friend let me practice on his truck lol.
04-18-2014 02:38 PM
JohnDoe Haha yup I'm a senior in high school and I'm sure I could leave my keys in the ignition and my car would still be there after school hahah
04-18-2014 01:49 PM
ThatWhiteMachine101
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Originally Posted by SCBradly View Post
when your friends want to drive it but nobody my age (17) knows how to drive stick!
That trend will continue throughout your life. Nobody in this generation can drive stick to save their lives. I'm 22 and thankful was taught to drive on the 5-speed jeep I now own.
04-18-2014 10:59 AM
SCBradly when your friends want to drive it but nobody my age (17) knows how to drive stick!
04-17-2014 07:02 PM
ThatWhiteMachine101
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Originally Posted by GabeTJ View Post
You're lucky you got that back... That area of the Jeep is a black hole. I lose EVERYTHING in there... You honestly would've had better chances of finding it if you threw it into the ocean and swam around blindly feeling the ocean bottom for it... What fantastic luck
You get pretty good at it haha mine does it all the time. Funny story, my phone actually ejected out of my jeep about two weeks ago going 20 mph, the screen and frame did not survive. But 160$ later it's good as new!
04-17-2014 06:31 PM
GabeTJ
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Originally Posted by Wondertwin1 View Post
Found under the middle of the passenger seat(no clue how it got there).
You're lucky you got that back... That area of the Jeep is a black hole. I lose EVERYTHING in there... You honestly would've had better chances of finding it if you threw it into the ocean and swam around blindly feeling the ocean bottom for it... What fantastic luck
04-17-2014 01:06 PM
fjul When your UPS and FEDEX drivers know you personally, and your local gas station always gives you FREE drinks.
04-10-2014 10:35 PM
Wondertwin1 Other TJ/LJ owner watch out for you. Left work an hour ago. Coming across the island and couldn't track down my phone (my music plays through Bluetooth, no texting, what are friends?). Searching my ass off to no avail, wishin I had someone with me to call it. No carpet, no back seat, no top or doors, should be simple right? Wrong. Well I'm sitting here searching and over on my passenger side trudging through the sand comes an LJ. He turned around just to see if everything was alright. He called my phone for me. Found under the middle of the passenger seat(no clue how it got there). By the time I figured it was missing I had only driven about 1000 feet. So thanks to all you jeepers out there that keep an eye out for another one in distress. I know I do. And I got the chance to pay the good deed forward about 5 miles later by telling a lady her tail light was out.
04-10-2014 09:46 PM
brandon-99tj
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Originally Posted by A Jeep Named Jack View Post
A squeegee?!?! That is so friggin awesome
Hmm never thought of a squeegee...I will have to get one for this year!
04-10-2014 09:08 PM
A Jeep Named Jack A squeegee?!?! That is so friggin awesome
04-10-2014 08:55 PM
ArthurTJ04 Yes he is. I will take mine off monday. Suppose to be 74 here in NJ
04-10-2014 08:14 PM
Wondertwin1 You sir, are a man.
04-10-2014 08:02 PM
Pink_Percy
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Originally Posted by A Jeep Named Jack View Post
Dare I ask, rain?
For when its parked I have a cab cover, for when Im driving I have a small squeegee for the inside of the windshield and Ive also used a golf umbrella behind the front seats. Other then that, I get wet
04-10-2014 07:48 PM
A Jeep Named Jack
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Originally Posted by Pink_Percy View Post
I dont go by temperature. Doors and windows are off second week of April until last week of September. If its cold, hat and gloves are used.
Dare I ask, rain?
04-10-2014 07:34 PM
Pink_Percy
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Originally Posted by ArthurTJ04 View Post
When its 55F and you ask yourself... Is it warm enough for doors and top to come off? You hear two voices... 1 nah ill wait another week. 2 yes sir yes it is.
I dont go by temperature. Doors and windows are off second week of April until last week of September. If its cold, hat and gloves are used.
04-09-2014 11:30 PM
ArthurTJ04 When its 55F and you ask yourself... Is it warm enough for doors and top to come off? You hear two voices... 1 nah ill wait another week. 2 yes sir yes it is.
04-09-2014 09:28 PM
muddypaws
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Originally Posted by Super Jeep View Post
When your jeep becomes a two year olds fixation... And its not even your two year old! Lol

But I had to teach him the jeep wave!
Cute glad you taught him the wave
04-09-2014 10:03 AM
sparky
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Originally Posted by TX_TJ View Post
When you are perfectly happy taking the long dirt / gravel / washed out / rocky road home.
qualifiers
04-08-2014 08:26 PM
FLEX B
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Originally Posted by TX_TJ View Post
When you are perfectly happy taking the long road home.
04-08-2014 07:59 PM
TX_TJ When you are perfectly happy taking the long road home.
04-05-2014 10:29 PM
Tj Bullard Never tore off a belt loop BUT I have torn off my left back pocket as I slid out and it caught the door seal
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