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Yesterday 10:54 PM
miller88m1
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Originally Posted by laredo View Post
When you see one on a car show and start thinking of a mod list
I've been making one from magazines to improve my stock jk.
Yesterday 10:48 PM
laredo When you see one on a car show and start thinking of a mod list
Yesterday 10:06 PM
miller88m1 When women in Jeeps look good
When u see mods u picture them on urs
When u miss it everyday when it's not with u
When is fun to drive every day
When driving topples isn't illegal
When u have more pictures of it then anything else
Yesterday 09:56 PM
Jkjarhead
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Originally Posted by johnsonken1332 View Post

Oh fire hydrants stuck also but what a show they put on after ward's
Oh ya. They are no joke
Yesterday 09:28 PM
johnsonken1332
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Originally Posted by Jkjarhead View Post

I hit a fire hydrant when I went. I couldn't see out my windshield for a second and then I went down a little tiny hill and then I hit a fire hydrant and stopped. My number wasn't even scratched or dented.
Oh fire hydrants stuck also but what a show they put on after ward's
Yesterday 09:26 PM
Jkjarhead
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Originally Posted by johnsonken1332 View Post

hah.my buddy did that and ended up in a12ft basement freshly dug
I hit a fire hydrant when I went. I couldn't see out my windshield for a second and then I went down a little tiny hill and then I hit a fire hydrant and stopped. My number wasn't even scratched or dented.
Yesterday 09:24 PM
Jkjarhead
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Originally Posted by johnsonken1332 View Post

hah.my buddy did that and ended up in a12ft basement freshly dug
I hit a fire hydrant
Yesterday 08:35 PM
Gord P
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Originally Posted by johnsonken1332 View Post
hah.my buddy did that and ended up in a12ft basement freshly dug
Seriously? Wow.
Yesterday 08:32 PM
johnsonken1332
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Originally Posted by Eggflipper View Post
My wife always asks me why I park like that. My response is always, because I can.
Lol.nobody understands. I personally think it's jealousy. Police dept didnt like it. I simply replied I don't like door dings
Yesterday 08:21 PM
Eggflipper My wife always asks me why I park like that. My response is always, because I can.
Yesterday 08:18 PM
johnsonken1332 When......you jus have to put your tires on everything..

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Yesterday 08:13 PM
johnsonken1332
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When you drive home from work after it rained and pass a development where a bunch of houses are going to be built and can't stand the temptation to go mudding.
hah.my buddy did that and ended up in a12ft basement freshly dug
Yesterday 07:37 PM
Jkjarhead When you drive home from work after it rained and pass a development where a bunch of houses are going to be built and can't stand the temptation to go mudding.
Yesterday 06:47 PM
Rude Dog
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Originally Posted by Aftermath53 View Post

She's warming up to it she just needed a top/doorless ride for her to understand.
They don't like their hair messed up, and most arn't big on wearing hats, again messing up hair..
Yesterday 06:38 PM
SoCalRubicon
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Originally Posted by Aftermath53 View Post

She's warming up to it she just needed a top/doorless ride for her to understand.

Tell her either she goes topless or the Jeep goes topless, her choice...
Yesterday 06:05 PM
Jeffcs Sure hope that I'll work
Always worked yor me
Yesterday 04:40 PM
Aftermath53
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Originally Posted by Jeffcs View Post

If she's not a jeeper than she's not a keeper

She's warming up to it she just needed a top/doorless ride for her to understand.
Yesterday 12:12 PM
Paul_G I drive like a lunatic here in the Middle East. I'm about 2x the speed limit in my car and 3x on my bike. I always drove within 10 or so when I lived in the US. Now when I come home I drive the same +10 in a car, but I'm -10 in the Jeep. It's a '12, so up to speed shouldn't be a problem. Wife just looks at me amazed. Her on the other hand, she is an aggressive driver, so if I've had a few beers and she drives, then I am holding on to the o'sh*t bars....

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Originally Posted by macintux View Post
For me, I'm discovering a Jeep makes me slow down. I already lead a pretty slow lifestyle, but constantly choosing what to take with me instead of having a trunk full of junk, dealing with manual locks & windows again, much slower acceleration than I'm accustomed to, taking curves MUCH slower than I used to, stopping more often for gas, cleaning the windshield when I do, and generally not being in a hurry to get anywhere because I'm enjoying the ride more...

Everything's just more laid back.

Plus the whole "stand in a parking lot for an hour talking to other Jeep owner" thing has already happened to me on the 2nd day of Jeep ownership, although it was at least in part because it happened to be the previous owner of the Jeep.
Yesterday 11:51 AM
Paul_G I thought motorcycles tires were going to lead to my divorce at once a month for replacements. Hopefully my mod list doesn't fall into her hands!

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Yesterday 11:38 AM
Jeffcs
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Originally Posted by Toasty View Post
If she's not a jeeper than she's not a keeper

Yesterday 10:33 AM
Aftermath53
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Originally Posted by Toasty View Post
Ha ha when i read that i could hear her voice scary.
Yesterday 10:23 AM
Toasty
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Originally Posted by aftermath53 View Post
when your wife keeps asking what's the big deal about jeeps and follows up with don't just say it's a jeep thing again.


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Yesterday 10:02 AM
macintux For me, I'm discovering a Jeep makes me slow down. I already lead a pretty slow lifestyle, but constantly choosing what to take with me instead of having a trunk full of junk, dealing with manual locks & windows again, much slower acceleration than I'm accustomed to, taking curves MUCH slower than I used to, stopping more often for gas, cleaning the windshield when I do, and generally not being in a hurry to get anywhere because I'm enjoying the ride more...

Everything's just more laid back.

Plus the whole "stand in a parking lot for an hour talking to other Jeep owner" thing has already happened to me on the 2nd day of Jeep ownership, although it was at least in part because it happened to be the previous owner of the Jeep.
Yesterday 08:07 AM
Aftermath53 When your wife keeps asking what's the big deal about jeeps and follows up with don't just say it's a jeep thing again.
Yesterday 02:26 AM
Paul_G When it's easier to climb into your muddy lifted Jeep than it is into a car without hitting your head.

And for the wife when she, unprompted, calls a stock Jeep a baby jeep.
07-08-2014 11:54 AM
Ekavi I am trying not to laugh at loud at work. You all are so funny.
07-07-2014 07:58 AM
nobndry
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Originally Posted by Drews_Gecko View Post
I wish I could do that, but having a six speed makes it difficult
Yeah it does get annoying having to bring your leg back in all the time to shift.
07-06-2014 11:23 PM
Drews_Gecko
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Originally Posted by IP0VV3R View Post
When the lady working the drive thru window gets scared because your leg is hanging out
I wish I could do that, but having a six speed makes it difficult
07-03-2014 12:50 AM
IP0VV3R When the lady working the drive thru window gets scared because your leg is hanging out
07-03-2014 12:21 AM
Todd Phooz
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