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01-14-2015 04:20 PM
JoseRubicon Someone has been transferred to our department and he came to my desk to go over some stuff. I have rotating personal pictures as my screen saver and a picture of my jeep rotated by and he stopped what he was saying and said "So you are the one who parked on the snow bank in the parking lot a few years ago!! I was wondering who that crazy person was! It made me laugh" "yup that was me " I replied.
01-14-2015 09:28 AM
RubiconOp
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Originally Posted by KodiakMoore View Post

I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself. I work for Toyota, so I had to let off a little steam. It's all in good fun to poke at each other once in a while. I catch crap from coworkers all day long as I'm the only Jeep parked among their Tacomas and Tundras

I've got the same mindset as you though. I'll wheel with anybody that wants to play nice
It's a Jeep Wrangler Forum.......... We are nutty about our Jeeps....... Good for you parking your Jeep amongst the crappy Toyota's... Lol
01-14-2015 08:52 AM
JKPaul
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Originally Posted by KodiakMoore View Post
I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself. I work for Toyota, so I had to let off a little steam. It's all in good fun to poke at each other once in a while. I catch crap from coworkers all day long as I'm the only Jeep parked among their Tacomas and Tundras

I've got the same mindset as you though. I'll wheel with anybody that wants to play nice
01-14-2015 05:53 AM
JoseRubicon
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Originally Posted by kodiakmoore View Post
i'm sorry, i couldn't help myself. I work for toyota, so i had to let off a little steam. It's all in good fun to poke at each other once in a while. I catch crap from coworkers all day long as i'm the only jeep parked among their tacomas and tundras i've got the same mindset as you though. I'll wheel with anybody that wants to play nice
:-p
01-14-2015 12:18 AM
KodiakMoore
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Originally Posted by JoseRubicon View Post
Alright let's get back to silly things and not bashing everyone else without a Jeep. I go off road with anyone who has an off road vehicle. Don't care what model as long as they have respect for the Trail and respect for everyone in the group. We will get through it together.
I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself. I work for Toyota, so I had to let off a little steam. It's all in good fun to poke at each other once in a while. I catch crap from coworkers all day long as I'm the only Jeep parked among their Tacomas and Tundras

I've got the same mindset as you though. I'll wheel with anybody that wants to play nice
01-13-2015 01:59 PM
RubiconOp
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Originally Posted by KodiakMoore View Post
The 3-wiper setup is for the mud and dust being kicked out from underneath the jeep ahead of them as they're being pulled out. Being so much of it, two wipers wouldn't be enough

I know the picture is a hummer, but they're not much lower on the scale than an FJ
LMAO...... Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Hilarious
01-13-2015 11:25 AM
JoseRubicon Alright let's get back to silly things and not bashing everyone else without a Jeep.

I go off road with anyone who has an off road vehicle. Don't care what model as long as they have respect for the Trail and respect for everyone in the group. We will get through it together.
01-13-2015 09:50 AM
Ben133 I would totally love an old fj. We're storing one in my garage and it pretty cool. But no where as cool as my dads jku.
01-13-2015 08:00 AM
aldo90731
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Originally Posted by KodiakMoore View Post
The 3-wiper setup is for the mud and dust being kicked out from underneath the jeep ahead of them as they're being pulled out. Being so much of it, two wipers wouldn't be enough

I know the picture is a hummer, but they're not much lower on the scale than an FJ
01-13-2015 01:46 AM
KodiakMoore
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Originally Posted by aldo90731 View Post
I've never seen a FJ Cruiser venture past the trailhead. They are usually neatly parked along the edge of the pavement. But it has three windshield wipers, so it must be good, right?
The 3-wiper setup is for the mud and dust being kicked out from underneath the jeep ahead of them as they're being pulled out. Being so much of it, two wipers wouldn't be enough

I know the picture is a hummer, but they're not much lower on the scale than an FJ
01-13-2015 12:55 AM
aldo90731 I've never seen a FJ Cruiser venture past the trailhead. They are usually neatly parked along the edge of the pavement.

But it has three windshield wipers, so it must be good, right?

01-13-2015 12:29 AM
RubiconOp
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Originally Posted by jjvw View Post

Hush you. The old FJs are great.
Yeah OK.... Old ones... But I hate when some new FJ pulls up near you at a gas station and says he can go anywhere your Jeep can... I laugh and say... Follow me... Needless to say, he didn't.
01-12-2015 11:05 PM
jjvw
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Originally Posted by RubiconOp View Post
I suppose if you want an ugly Japanese ripoff and have a 100k to throw around.... plus you've lost your mind... plus you want the boot off this forum.... Go ahead, buy a "land loser"....
Hush you. The old FJs are great.
01-12-2015 10:38 PM
aldo90731
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Originally Posted by macintux View Post
Thanks. That led me to this link, which basically establishes that the Jeep inspired Toyota, not the other way around. Toyota Global Site | Land Cruiser - Prologue
That guy was so far off I wasn't even going to respond.

The way I see it, if Chrysler supposedly "copied" Jeep from Toyota, but Jeep also helped win the war, then "Chrysler" must have gotten something wrong...
01-12-2015 09:53 PM
Dusthol Got asked today if it was 4 wheel drive. I'm like um yeah. It does have a front axle. He again asked if it was like does all the wheels turn? I walked off.
01-12-2015 06:27 PM
Cavasar In the process of my Rokmen hi lines my mom says "Wow those are junky, can't wait to see the new ones."


01-12-2015 05:28 PM
macintux
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Originally Posted by JoseRubicon View Post
Land cruiser video. http://youtu.be/KnJ2TDDm308
Thanks. That led me to this link, which basically establishes that the Jeep inspired Toyota, not the other way around. http://www.toyota-global.com/showroo...ruiser/origin/
01-12-2015 04:55 PM
RubiconOp I suppose if you want an ugly Japanese ripoff and have a 100k to throw around.... plus you've lost your mind... plus you want the boot off this forum.... Go ahead, buy a "land loser"....
01-12-2015 04:47 PM
JoseRubicon
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Originally Posted by Ben133 View Post
I looked it up and the closest thing I could find was the land cruiser which was first made in 1951
Land cruiser video. http://youtu.be/KnJ2TDDm308
01-12-2015 12:10 PM
jjvw
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Originally Posted by Ben133 View Post

I looked it up and the closest thing I could find was the land cruiser which was first made in 1951
That's probably about as correct of an answer as you are going to get to this confused question.
01-12-2015 12:08 PM
Ben133
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Originally Posted by jjvw View Post
I'd be more interested in knowing what this Toyota thing is that Chrysler copied way back in 1941.
I looked it up and the closest thing I could find was the land cruiser which was first made in 1951
01-12-2015 12:05 PM
Ben133
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Originally Posted by jjvw View Post
I'd be more interested in knowing what this Toyota thing is that Chrysler copied way back in 1941.
Hah yeah same
01-12-2015 11:16 AM
jjvw
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Originally Posted by Ben133 View Post

Damn. What a guy, that's when you say still don't care I bet you can get your yota and meet me out in the trails and I bet I'll be the first one in a the first one out
I'd be more interested in knowing what this Toyota thing is that Chrysler copied way back in 1941.
01-12-2015 10:09 AM
Ben133
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Originally Posted by aldo90731 View Post
One of the guys that works at my local car wash was telling me that Chryslers "suck", that the Japanese invented the original "Jeep", and that Chrysler copied it from Toyota...
Damn. What a guy, that's when you say still don't care I bet you can get your yota and meet me out in the trails and I bet I'll be the first one in a the first one out
01-12-2015 12:23 AM
aldo90731 One of the guys that works at my local car wash was telling me that Chryslers "suck", that the Japanese invented the "Jeep" vehicle, and that Chrysler copied it from Toyota...

01-11-2015 09:38 PM
RubiconOp
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Originally Posted by doghound93 View Post
haha everyone in my family hates driving my jeep haha having 6.5 inch lift and 40s don't do well with my parents and not to mention the 5% tint on all the windows
Ingenous. That's a great reason to get 40's.......
01-11-2015 09:26 PM
doghound93
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Originally Posted by RubiconOp View Post
I got the 2 door cause it's the classic style but also to discourage backseat passengers.... I even parked it for the winter cause of all the salt, but again to discourage anyone else driving it.... I am raising it ASAP cause the wife can barely get in as it is..... Should be near impossible then.... I will hide the step stool and ladder just in case.
haha everyone in my family hates driving my jeep haha having 6.5 inch lift and 40s don't do well with my parents and not to mention the 5% tint on all the windows
01-09-2015 10:10 PM
RubiconOp
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Originally Posted by TheRocketDog View Post

I feel your pain. Except it was my husband and kids.
I got the 2 door cause it's the classic style but also to discourage backseat passengers.... I even parked it for the winter cause of all the salt, but again to discourage anyone else driving it.... I am raising it ASAP cause the wife can barely get in as it is..... Should be near impossible then.... I will hide the step stool and ladder just in case.
01-09-2015 08:47 PM
TheRocketDog
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Originally Posted by RubiconOp View Post
Silliest thing....... my wife and kids asked if they could drive it.
I feel your pain. Except it was my husband and kids.
01-09-2015 07:44 PM
JE01
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Originally Posted by RubiconOp View Post
Silliest thing....... my wife and kids asked if they could drive it.
Lol
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