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12-10-2012 06:35 PM
COStrider
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Originally Posted by backcountryislife
I don't do much muddin... guess my tone would be different if that was the case! I run without doors usually, can't say mud is something I enjoy. The trails I usually stick to my biggest issue is the dust on the dashboard... someone buy me some armor-all!!!
Muddin is a tough cleanup but its soooo fun. Dust is my biggest issue too beside rock rash on my wheels. Ha
12-10-2012 03:05 PM
backcountryislife I don't do much muddin... guess my tone would be different if that was the case! I run without doors usually, can't say mud is something I enjoy. The trails I usually stick to my biggest issue is the dust on the dashboard... someone buy me some armor-all!!!
12-10-2012 12:59 PM
JeepandMud
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Originally Posted by COStrider View Post
This is off I-25 and Evans and may be of interest to you.
Thank you, I will definitely check it out once we've moved in that area.

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Originally Posted by backcountryislife View Post
People wash jeeps? Must be a city thing.
You back roads peoples don't know how hard it is to get your jeep clean. Or what I told David, I'll just wait for the next mud run and use the new mud to clean off the old mud . And I am so not a city girl. I grew up in boondocks land where your closest neighbor is 5 miles away and your outside of city limits. Need four wheel drive to get anywhere in Montana. So there

It rains every now & then... that does the trick.
12-10-2012 10:01 AM
COStrider
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Originally Posted by backcountryislife
People wash jeeps? Must be a city thing.

It rains every now & then... that does the trick.
Yea. It's good to knock the mag-chloride off before it knocks off the paint
12-10-2012 09:12 AM
backcountryislife People wash jeeps? Must be a city thing.

It rains every now & then... that does the trick.
12-10-2012 04:12 AM
COStrider
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Originally Posted by COStrider
Proluxe Auto Wash
5450 East Evans Ave
Denver, CO 80222
This is off I-25 and Evans and may be of interest to you.
12-10-2012 02:26 AM
COStrider Proluxe Auto Wash
5450 East Evans Ave
Denver, CO 80222
12-09-2012 06:22 PM
JeepandMud
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Originally Posted by mckey73 View Post
Mud is my carwash???
I tend to get my jeep on the trails when other people deem it clean, but when I find mud it makes it even cleaner

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Originally Posted by CMEvans79 View Post
Just get a pressure washer at home, that's what I do. I know it's a bit out of pocket if your worried about that, but self service washers would do the same over time... plus you would be at home... just an idea.
I would, but we're moving to an apartment complex and I doubt I'll be able to wash it in the Highline Canal lol.

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Originally Posted by Oldguy View Post
You know, Amy, you don't have to wash it every time you go out. I wash mine when it gets so dirty that I can't see out
Yea, I do the same, but not being anywhere near a car wash, the mud sticks to my jeep like mud to a birds nest.


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Originally Posted by Rooster454 View Post
There's one where alameda hits Colorado blvd that I usually go to. It may not be that close, but at least there's one
Colorado Blvd isn't that far from us, maybe a 10 minute drive. So no issues, and I'm sure I can find Alameda. Or I just drive around get the wet mud off on other vehicles
12-09-2012 02:40 PM
Rooster454
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Originally Posted by Oldguy View Post
This strikes me as so funny, out here in the sticks it's almost impossible to find an automatic carwash
I hate those automatic carwashes . I feel like I've always gotten a half a$$ job when going through one. Plus the soft top leaks sometimes and then I have even more to clean up, whereas if I clean it myself it's easier to avoid blasting the window seams with excess water. If I'm gonna take the time to clean it, I want it CLEAN and not just cleaner than it was.
12-09-2012 02:09 PM
DaCrazyRN http://maps.google.com
put in- self service car wash loc: E Yale, Denver, CO 80231

Colorado Blue Sky Car Wash
6910 East Girard Avenue, Denver, CO

Hampden & Yosemite Car Wash
3545 South Yosemite Street, Denver, CO

Autawash
3480 South Poplar Street Denver, CO 80224‎
12-09-2012 01:08 PM
Oldguy This strikes me as so funny, out here in the sticks it's almost impossible to find an automatic carwash
12-09-2012 12:18 PM
Rooster454
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Originally Posted by JeepandMud View Post
So I found out today that where we're moving to in Denver, there is no close self serve car wash near our new place . Which means after a trail run I need to get it clean before heading home, which probably will mean usage of more gas .

Anybody in Denver near Yale and 25 that knows of a self serve car wash?
There's one where alameda hits Colorado blvd that I usually go to. It may not be that close, but at least there's one
12-09-2012 08:30 AM
Vette man have own pressure wash and neighbors driveway
12-09-2012 08:25 AM
Oldguy You know, Amy, you don't have to wash it every time you go out. I wash mine when it gets so dirty that I can't see out
12-09-2012 12:55 AM
CMEvans79 Just get a pressure washer at home, that's what I do. I know it's a bit out of pocket if your worried about that, but self service washers would do the same over time... plus you would be at home... just an idea.
12-09-2012 12:46 AM
mckey73 Mud is my carwash???
12-09-2012 12:35 AM
JeepandMud
No car wash

So I found out today that where we're moving to in Denver, there is no close self serve car wash near our new place . Which means after a trail run I need to get it clean before heading home, which probably will mean usage of more gas .

Anybody in Denver near Yale and 25 that knows of a self serve car wash?

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