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Yesterday 10:23 AM
FiteClub Driving to work in traffic I saw a TJ a few cars in front of me, yellow and topless. It was 48 degrees out. I said to myself, Keep on keepin' on, you fantastic Jeeper you!
Yesterday 08:21 AM
Super Jeep
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Originally Posted by hippiepirate View Post
I just bought a 98 TJ in amazing shape! Is there anything I should watch for on this sucker, or should it be pretty smooth sailing?
Depends on how it was treated and where it is from. My 97 hasn't had anything too bad. But we don't use salt on the roads and its relatively dry here.
Yesterday 07:44 AM
hippiepirate I just bought a 98 TJ in amazing shape! Is there anything I should watch for on this sucker, or should it be pretty smooth sailing?
Yesterday 06:55 AM
Hoss21 My father-in-law asked," You paid how much for a 10 year old vehicle??Why???" I responded,there ain't nothing else like it.
10-21-2014 11:37 PM
jasonhightower I've never been more conflicted on whether to buy a TJ or not.
10-20-2014 03:51 PM
danv205 This is so accurate! My friends just don't understand some of the things that I do in my Jeep. But everyone is jealous of the wave!
10-20-2014 09:34 AM
mch186
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Originally Posted by Kodywitha__K View Post
How could you be doing all of that while shifting?

"Wait, what do you mean shifting? -JK owners
Reasons why its call a JK, the drivers don't know they're in a jeep.
10-17-2014 04:06 PM
Jeffk1975
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Originally Posted by CAPSignature View Post
-When you constantly readjust the side mirrors because the straps broke.... Wait for it.... take the doors off! Ima problem solver!
My passenger side mirror gets readjusted by highway winds
10-16-2014 08:59 PM
CAPSignature -When you constantly readjust the side mirrors because the straps broke.... Wait for it.... take the doors off! Ima problem solver!
10-13-2014 02:53 PM
Tactical Bacon
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Originally Posted by mch186 View Post
Soo true!
My 10 year son calls JK's "Sheep" rather then a Jeep!
10-12-2014 04:48 PM
Norcal73
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Originally Posted by Rude Dog View Post
Been there, done that. Try create semi truck drafting maneuver.
haha everyone that passes you gives you that look like why you out on your sunday drive creeping along....they dont get it!
10-12-2014 04:39 PM
Rude Dog Been there, done that. Try create semi truck drafting maneuver.
10-12-2014 03:17 PM
Norcal73 When the winds blowing so hard toward you and your 10 ft trailer on the highway that you cant hit 55 in fifth gear!! Gonna be a long day!
10-09-2014 09:59 PM
Driftrage25 When you drive around for weeks with mud still on her and it's been weeks since the last rain and all you see are clean a$$ mall crawlers everywhere you go
10-02-2014 08:41 AM
Kodywitha__K
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Originally Posted by SN95GT50 View Post
JK Owners don't wave because:
  1. They are texting
  2. They are talking on the phone
  3. They are putting their make-up on
  4. They are yelling at the kids
How could you be doing all of that while shifting?

"Wait, what do you mean shifting? -JK owners
10-02-2014 08:22 AM
Bill Rutz
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Originally Posted by SN95GT50 View Post
JK Owners don't wave because:
  1. They are texting
  2. They are talking on the phone
  3. They are putting their make-up on
  4. They are yelling at the kids
10-01-2014 08:01 AM
mch186
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Originally Posted by SN95GT50 View Post
JK Owners don't wave because:
[*]They are texting[*]They are talking on the phone[*]They are putting their make-up on[*]They are yelling at the kids
Soo true!
10-01-2014 07:54 AM
SN95GT50 JK Owners don't wave because:
  1. They are texting
  2. They are talking on the phone
  3. They are putting their make-up on
  4. They are yelling at the kids
09-30-2014 09:43 PM
Longhornfan247 When you buy a TJ you know the meaning behind it. No manual needed (rules of owning a Jeep). Newer Jeeps I feel, not all but most, need a class in Jeep 101
09-30-2014 09:27 PM
knapp001 it's the same in my area...i think it is because the JKs just got too nice and plush on the inside
09-30-2014 02:47 PM
Bill Rutz
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Originally Posted by TJmama View Post
I know it's not right, but I just don't bother waving at the JK drivers. Usually its some dumb blond driving anyway...

I gave up waiting for the other jeep owners to wave, so I try to wave first. If they don't wave back, maybe they will tomorrow.
It seems like 95% of JK owners where I live don't know they are driving a Jeep... The rules are simple! Take your top and doors off when it's nice out, take it off road and wave at other proud Jeep owners!!!
09-30-2014 02:33 PM
SN95GT50
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Originally Posted by Longhornfan247 View Post
When you get done helping coach 11year olds soccer practice and you take a friends daughter home. You ask her to wind up the window and she just gives you a blank stare... you show her and she doesn't understand why you don't press a button. All I could do was smile and think I wouldn't have it any other way. The only electronic thing I need in my Jeep is the Radio.
When I first got my TJ my daughter said, "That's what you mena by rolling up the windows"
09-26-2014 09:16 AM
Kodywitha__K
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Originally Posted by TJmama View Post
I know it's not right, but I just don't bother waving at the JK drivers. Usually its some dumb blond driving anyway...

I gave up waiting for the other jeep owners to wave, so I try to wave first. If they don't wave back, maybe they will tomorrow.
Hell...I wave at Cherokees and they wave back, but I can't even get a nod out of the guy down the street with a JK
09-25-2014 06:37 PM
TJmama
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Originally Posted by Kodywitha__K View Post
Should've made it clear....only JKs...out of 100 here, 1 will wave....it's terrible
I know it's not right, but I just don't bother waving at the JK drivers. Usually its some dumb blond driving anyway...

I gave up waiting for the other jeep owners to wave, so I try to wave first. If they don't wave back, maybe they will tomorrow.
09-25-2014 02:00 PM
Kodywitha__K When the guy in the GMC Sierra next to you driving down the road rolls down his window and screams, "How much do you want for your Jeep?" And you simply respond with, "You can't put a price on love," and then chuckle and drive away
09-21-2014 07:33 PM
Cupid11 you keep 100 pounds of deer corn in the back to help keep those worn out bushings in line until Rancho RS5000s come in from JCWht.
09-19-2014 11:43 AM
Scruffy Wilson
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Originally Posted by ZLSeth View Post

like i said i park in the farthest place i can.. people drive like morons and i dont want to be near them so i make sure there can be about 30 or so spots and park in the middle of that
09-19-2014 09:06 AM
Paranoid
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Originally Posted by ZLSeth View Post


09-19-2014 09:03 AM
ZLSeth
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Originally Posted by Scruffy Wilson View Post
I use 2 spots but I also park a mile away no matter the weather or time of day
http://www.youparklikeanasshole.com
09-18-2014 08:20 PM
Scruffy Wilson I use 2 spots but I also park a mile away no matter the weather or time of day
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