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Yesterday 10:03 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Originally Posted by SICJKRX View Post
Why do peeps back out?
Don't wanna pay....
Yesterday 10:02 PM
SICJKRX
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
I'm the biggest fan I know....so people end up backing out. I ended up going last year with a lady I worked with and she brought her 2 sons.

It's a good time. But I'll spend my money on playoff tickets...again this year
Why do peeps back out?
Yesterday 09:58 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Originally Posted by SICJKRX View Post
Nice!!
I'm the biggest fan I know....so people end up backing out. I ended up going last year with a lady I worked with and she brought her 2 sons.

It's a good time. But I'll spend my money on playoff tickets...again this year
Yesterday 09:55 PM
SICJKRX
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
Yeah...for packages its between $500-1000.

Fun as hell though...met some awesome alums.
Nice!!
Yesterday 09:54 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Originally Posted by SICJKRX View Post
Expensive?
Yeah...for packages its between $500-1000.

Fun as hell though...met some awesome alums.
Yesterday 09:52 PM
SICJKRX
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
I'm actually not going to the convention this year...didn't wanna fork over the cash.
Expensive?
Yesterday 09:47 PM
Tinker Bell Monster I'm actually not going to the convention this year...didn't wanna fork over the cash.
Yesterday 09:47 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Originally Posted by SICJKRX View Post
Nice!
Amanda has a lot of signed things...met a lot of people.

We don't talk about it....
Yesterday 09:46 PM
SICJKRX
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
I have a signed puck from raanta's 1st shut out Cuz I was at that game...

Nice!
Yesterday 09:42 PM
Tinker Bell Monster I have a signed puck from raanta's 1st shut out Cuz I was at that game...

Yesterday 09:40 PM
SICJKRX
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
4-0 shut out!!!
Yesterday 09:38 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Originally Posted by SICJKRX View Post
Hawks win!! Where is Tink?!
4-0 shut out!!!
Yesterday 09:35 PM
SICJKRX Hawks win!! Where is Tink?!
Yesterday 07:46 PM
Barrie
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
Indeed. How was yours Barrie?
Very good day, had a nice early Christmas with the in laws. They are heading to Florida tomorrow, motorhome is all loaded up and the JK is hitched up.


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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
Definitely not. My commute is 120miles per day. I would have something more economical(but less fun ) Never had a TJ but my YJ lets me feel everything bigger than a ladybug. I had 35s on when I bought mine. Couldn't get out of its own way. Much better with 33s on it now.
Evening Brian.
Yesterday 07:41 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Would you commute in it long-term? If you knew you were going to use it for commuting would you have bought a newer model? I've heard the JK's are decent commuting vehicles. My TJ feels EVERY surface imperfection in the road and I've heard leaf-sprung YJs are worse. I think I need new shocks but I'll live with the harsh ride until I get a new top, Aussie locker in front, and replace my rear axle to go to 35's. Future brother-in-law is selling almost new 35" mud boggers on nice rims for $700. Really think I need them even though everyone says not to run 35" tires on the D35 axle...
Definitely not. My commute is 120miles per day. I would have something more economical(but less fun ) Never had a TJ but my YJ lets me feel everything bigger than a ladybug. I had 35s on when I bought mine. Couldn't get out of its own way. Much better with 33s on it now.
Yesterday 07:08 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Hope everyone had a great day.
Indeed. How was yours Barrie?
Yesterday 07:05 PM
Barrie Hope everyone had a great day.
Yesterday 07:01 PM
JGreen06TJ Evening Barrie!
Yesterday 06:59 PM
Tinker Bell Monster Hey Barrie
Yesterday 06:59 PM
Barrie Evening WF.

Evening Amanda.

Evening John.
Yesterday 05:52 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Are you going to stay with 33s or go to 35s?
If I upgrade to 5.5 I'll be doing 35's.

I can't decide what I want...
Yesterday 05:50 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
I already have an 8.8 and 33s

When I need new tires I will upgrade my wheels. Which needs to be soon.
Are you going to stay with 33s or go to 35s?
Yesterday 05:45 PM
Tinker Bell Monster I already have an 8.8 and 33s

When I need new tires I will upgrade my wheels. Which needs to be soon.
Yesterday 05:43 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Tinker Bell Monster View Post
Do it. All the cool poor kids are doing it... By cool poor kids I mean me
You're installing an 8.8 or you're getting new wheels/tires or both? My 33's are within 6 months of needing to be replaced and I don't think I can get a better deal than this. I think he said he paid $300/each for the tires and his Jeeps only been out a half dozen times in the last 2 years while he's been stretching and building/rebuilding it.
Yesterday 05:35 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
That's what I hear. I'm going to pick up an 8.8 in the spring and have him weld the brackets on for me so I may buy the wheels/tires and store them until I get that done.
Do it. All the cool poor kids are doing it... By cool poor kids I mean me
Yesterday 05:27 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Barrie View Post
Not a good idea, like a bomb waiting to go off.
That's what I hear. I'm going to pick up an 8.8 in the spring and have him weld the brackets on for me so I may buy the wheels/tires and store them until I get that done.
Yesterday 03:31 PM
Barrie
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Would you commute in it long-term? If you knew you were going to use it for commuting would you have bought a newer model? I've heard the JK's are decent commuting vehicles. My TJ feels EVERY surface imperfection in the road and I've heard leaf-sprung YJs are worse. I think I need new shocks but I'll live with the harsh ride until I get a new top, Aussie locker in front, and replace my rear axle to go to 35's.



Future brother-in-law is selling almost new 35" mud boggers on nice rims for $700. Really think I need them even though everyone says not to run 35" tires on the D35 axle...
Not a good idea, like a bomb waiting to go off.
Yesterday 03:17 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
I've always wanted one too. When I started commuting by train instead of driving I figured it was time. Who knew I'd end up driving the jeep to work? Lol
Would you commute in it long-term? If you knew you were going to use it for commuting would you have bought a newer model? I've heard the JK's are decent commuting vehicles. My TJ feels EVERY surface imperfection in the road and I've heard leaf-sprung YJs are worse. I think I need new shocks but I'll live with the harsh ride until I get a new top, Aussie locker in front, and replace my rear axle to go to 35's.

Future brother-in-law is selling almost new 35" mud boggers on nice rims for $700. Really think I need them even though everyone says not to run 35" tires on the D35 axle...
Yesterday 02:35 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
I've always wanted a Jeep but wasn't in the right place in my life until recently. I didn't intend to join a club but it's nice to hang out with a bunch of like minded people. The club I'm in has about an equal number of social and trail riding events. Members can pick and choose which events they want to do and how involved they want to be. We have 250ish members and will have about 100 show up for social events and 10-25 show up for trail riding events depending where they are and how tough the trails are.
I've always wanted one too. When I started commuting by train instead of driving I figured it was time. Who knew I'd end up driving the jeep to work? Lol
Yesterday 02:22 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
I'll bet she was amused at your pointers. Did you intend on joining a club when you bought it or did you decide later?
I've always wanted a Jeep but wasn't in the right place in my life until recently. I didn't intend to join a club but it's nice to hang out with a bunch of like minded people. The club I'm in has about an equal number of social and trail riding events. Members can pick and choose which events they want to do and how involved they want to be. We have 250ish members and will have about 100 show up for social events and 10-25 show up for trail riding events depending where they are and how tough the trails are.
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