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Today 12:01 AM
IP0VV3R
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Originally Posted by NCJeepin View Post
Nice. I have a friend in Sigma Chi that has a JKU. Does your chapter have 365 recruitment? Just wondering how you signed not during the regular school year.
At osu, rush last the whole summer and bid day is June 28th for all houses. Pledgeship starts when school starts and is usually one semester.

Btw I'm not an active member. I meant signing my bid card. Just wanted to clarify
Yesterday 11:55 PM
GoldenSahara00 I remember my first frat party...
Yesterday 11:27 PM
NCJeepin
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Originally Posted by IP0VV3R View Post
There's enough lifted jeeps and trucks at OSU to start a club. I'm sure we could start one w/o dues

I just signed with sigma chi a few weeks ago
That's what I thought too. There are plenty of lifted trucks and Jeeps at NCSU (used to be an agriculture school and still has one of the best programs). People just won't commit to things. But good luck to you either way.

Nice. I have a friend in Sigma Chi that has a JKU. Does your chapter have 365 recruitment? Just wondering how you signed not during the regular school year.
Yesterday 11:19 PM
IP0VV3R
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Originally Posted by nobndry View Post
Oops... I had the jeep in the shop to get some work done to it and they decided to be "nice" and rotate my tires for me. In the process they broke a wheel stud and have to wait until tomorrow to get a new one in. Damn air tools.
Never liked air tools. You can never get them back off

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Originally Posted by rednickTJ View Post
Start one bro. Just ask around get it started and see how long it will take to get funding and just keep it going. And I'm looking at Pi Kappa or KA
I'm gonna find some wheeling spots before I start one. Only places I know of are 2+ hours away

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Originally Posted by NCJeepin View Post
Starting an offroading club in college is definitely possible, but more work than you think. Me and some buddies did it last year at NC State. We got the 4WheelParts of Raleigh to sponsor us and we get club discounts on stuff we buy there. The main hard part is getting other people to join to continue to grow the club. We got permits to park our rigs in the Brickyard in the middle of campus on day and set up a table with flyers. We had a lot of people stop by and inquire and take pics. A bunch said they were interested too. But when membership dues came along, most of the people were never heard from again. We made $25/semester dues to mostly cover the making of a banner and t-shirts. Also I'm a Phi Gam. You won't regret going Greek haha
There's enough lifted jeeps and trucks at OSU to start a club. I'm sure we could start one w/o dues

I just signed with sigma chi a few weeks ago
Yesterday 10:33 PM
NCJeepin Starting an offroading club in college is definitely possible, but more work than you think. Me and some buddies did it last year at NC State. We got the 4WheelParts of Raleigh to sponsor us and we get club discounts on stuff we buy there. The main hard part is getting other people to join to continue to grow the club. We got permits to park our rigs in the Brickyard in the middle of campus on day and set up a table with flyers. We had a lot of people stop by and inquire and take pics. A bunch said they were interested too. But when membership dues came along, most of the people were never heard from again. We made $25/semester dues to mostly cover the making of a banner and t-shirts. Also I'm a Phi Gam. You won't regret going Greek haha
Yesterday 09:28 PM
rednickTJ Start one bro. Just ask around get it started and see how long it will take to get funding and just keep it going. And I'm looking at Pi Kappa or KA
Yesterday 08:51 PM
nobndry Oops... I had the jeep in the shop to get some work done to it and they decided to be "nice" and rotate my tires for me. In the process they broke a wheel stud and have to wait until tomorrow to get a new one in. Damn air tools.
Yesterday 08:24 PM
IP0VV3R
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Originally Posted by rednickTJ View Post
Well guys I have both good news and bad news. Bad news is I went to freshman orientation today at the University of South Alabama and they recently closed down the off-road/ jeep club down there. Good news is that when I get there in the fall they said I can start it back up with full funding cause they always had great turnouts for events and were very we'll liked in the community because they always did benefit events and such, also the fraternity I'm thinking about joining has mostly jeepers in it with a few people who are willing to wheel there really nice trucks. So if all goes planned I'll be running my own club as a freshman and I'm super excited for college to be here
That's awesome! I wish there was one at OkState. What house you thinking about joining? My house has a few jeeps and some nice trucks
Yesterday 08:07 PM
rednickTJ Well guys I have both good news and bad news. Bad news is I went to freshman orientation today at the University of South Alabama and they recently closed down the off-road/ jeep club down there. Good news is that when I get there in the fall they said I can start it back up with full funding cause they always had great turnouts for events and were very we'll liked in the community because they always did benefit events and such, also the fraternity I'm thinking about joining has mostly jeepers in it with a few people who are willing to wheel there really nice trucks. So if all goes planned I'll be running my own club as a freshman and I'm super excited for college to be here
Yesterday 08:01 PM
rednickTJ
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Originally Posted by nobndry View Post
Mine is the same when it comes to the outdoors. Ive slowly gotten her to do more and now I'm starting to get her hooked on jeeps.
Mine hates my obsession with anything jeep related but she loves riding in my jeep and hitting the trails with me and chilling in the ENO when my jeep needs a rest haha
07-08-2014 09:03 AM
nobndry Mine is the same when it comes to the outdoors. Ive slowly gotten her to do more and now I'm starting to get her hooked on jeeps.
07-08-2014 08:15 AM
DeepSouthJeeper
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Originally Posted by rednickTJ View Post
Sounds like it's time for a new girlfriend
Eh, that's the only thing wrong with her. And I'm slowly getting her interested in hiking, so there's that.
07-08-2014 08:12 AM
rednickTJ
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Originally Posted by DeepSouthJeeper View Post
Wish mine loved it as much as yours. She doesn't handle the outdoors all that well. Which sucks for me, because all of my favorite things involve the outdoors.
Sounds like it's time for a new girlfriend
07-06-2014 10:46 PM
DeepSouthJeeper
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Originally Posted by nobndry View Post
Took my gf off roading for the first time at shoe creek with a group from WF. She thought it was stupid until yesterday lol and now she loves it and wants to go again.
Wish mine loved it as much as yours. She doesn't handle the outdoors all that well. Which sucks for me, because all of my favorite things involve the outdoors.
07-06-2014 09:52 PM
nobndry
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Originally Posted by Stayjeepinyj View Post
oh shit didn't realize you were a fellow Virginian.
Haha yup
07-06-2014 09:47 PM
Stayjeepinyj
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Originally Posted by nobndry View Post
Took my gf off roading for the first time at shoe creek with a group from WF. She thought it was stupid until yesterday lol and now she loves it and wants to go again.
oh shit didn't realize you were a fellow Virginian.
07-06-2014 01:08 PM
nobndry Took my gf off roading for the first time at shoe creek with a group from WF. She thought it was stupid until yesterday lol and now she loves it and wants to go again.
07-06-2014 01:05 AM
Stayjeepinyj Finally got the gears for my front axle in. Should be able to get them installed after this paycheck. I "envy" some of you younger kids with a 33k limit on a vehicle hahah, but I love building and beating the sheet out of my Yj.
07-06-2014 01:03 AM
Stayjeepinyj
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Originally Posted by DeepSouthJeeper View Post
So did any of y'all ever start posting on the college Jeepers thread?
is it for graduates? Or college attendees only. Lmao
07-05-2014 11:37 PM
IP0VV3R I'm at the mini sprint races. My boss is competing and doing the firework show. I got free entrance to the race if I helped out

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We got 4 cakes and 250+ professional grade artillery shells
07-05-2014 06:48 PM
GoldenSahara00 A little bit.
07-05-2014 11:45 AM
DeepSouthJeeper So did any of y'all ever start posting on the college Jeepers thread?
07-05-2014 12:44 AM
DeepSouthJeeper Found this in he bargain bin at barns and noble, thought it might make an interesting read
07-04-2014 01:13 AM
GoldenSahara00 Caught a few 15-16 inch Monday night. Didn't have much luck tonight but I didn't get to go for long either.
07-03-2014 02:11 AM
luisf14
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Originally Posted by Double_a914 View Post
I managed to land Killer.
Damn. That's a beast!
07-03-2014 01:03 AM
Double_a914 I managed to land Killer.
07-01-2014 09:35 PM
rednickTJ
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Originally Posted by Leopards40 View Post
Next thing I'm saving up for is the 10th anniversary rubicon hood. Has anyone ever bought a hood that needed painted? If someone has did you get the dealer to do it or what? Thanks guys
i would prob get the dealer to do it. Or a local tech school. The tech school would be the cheapest option. But you gotta know the right people to get it into the school
07-01-2014 10:42 AM
Leopards40 Next thing I'm saving up for is the 10th anniversary rubicon hood. Has anyone ever bought a hood that needed painted? If someone has did you get the dealer to do it or what? Thanks guys
06-30-2014 11:29 PM
rednickTJ
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Originally Posted by Leopards40 View Post
It is the dragon edition, without the dragons haha
Good I got scared for a minute
06-30-2014 10:20 PM
IP0VV3R
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Originally Posted by Mr.BlueSky View Post
I don't have any body armor yet, but I have Skid plates for everything and riddler diff covers coming, and for recovery I have Stock tow hooks and a 30' ARB tow strap, shovel. d ring shackles + reciever coming in soon
Um...personally, I'd go slider or bumpers
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