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10-12-2013 02:52 AM
W5KVV Everyone had a good time & that's what matters. One thing I have found out over the years, you can make a lot of good memories with a Jeep, regardless of how it's modified. Some of the best memories for me was with my first Jeep, a '95 YJ when it was still rolling on the factory 215/75/15 tires.

As far as dropping money in a Jeep goes, there's an old saying "You must feed the fever or it will consume you" lol.
09-18-2013 10:36 AM
Desert1 I am still waiting to take my 2013 4dr off-road for the first time. I live in Zona and need to find some trails. Enjoy!
09-17-2013 10:58 PM
Canadian GP Nice pics, where were they taken?
08-22-2013 11:41 AM
GladiatorMMA
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Originally Posted by tj_jeepgirl View Post
welcome!!.ima new jeep owner as well.. i mean ive had experiences in my friends YJ, but theres nothing better then owning your own(: i got me a TJ &its been the best investment ever♡ just remember never get used to any trail, they change all the time due to weather conditions, etc.. my best friend taught me that(:
Good advice, thanks!
08-19-2013 11:13 PM
Jkchris2dr. I'm a new owner myself. Picked up the same rig but in black back in June. As always becareful on the trails but don't underestimate what these jeeps can do in a stock form.
08-19-2013 10:39 PM
tj_jeepgirl favorite quote♡ applies to jeeps well(:

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08-19-2013 10:38 PM
tj_jeepgirl welcome!!.ima new jeep owner as well.. i mean ive had experiences in my friends YJ, but theres nothing better then owning your own(: i got me a TJ &its been the best investment ever♡ just remember never get used to any trail, they change all the time due to weather conditions, etc.. my best friend taught me that(:
08-19-2013 08:37 AM
GladiatorMMA
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Originally Posted by sittingduck331 View Post
Look at it this way.

There are no lame trails, hills, roads or mud. As you learn your JeeP you will come to understand your limitations, comfort zone and level of enjoyment. You will also learn that your JeeP does not share the same limitations and just how amazing it is off road.

Take your time, don't roll it over. Find a local group to run with. Get stuck, get muddy, have fun...

As far as the wallet goes.

JeeP stands for:

Just
Empty
Every
Pocket

Just
Eats
Every
Paycheck
Thanks for the advice!

And yeah, I'm quickly discovering what those acronyms stand for, hahaha Oh well, it's fun.
08-17-2013 01:07 PM
sittingduck331
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Originally Posted by GladiatorMMA View Post
Yeah, I was actually very impressed with it. I thought I would get bogged down in some of the thick mud I was in, but nope, just kept plugging along.
Look at it this way.

There are no lame trails, hills, roads or mud. As you learn your JeeP you will come to understand your limitations, comfort zone and level of enjoyment. You will also learn that your JeeP does not share the same limitations and just how amazing it is off road.

Take your time, don't roll it over. Find a local group to run with. Get stuck, get muddy, have fun...

As far as the wallet goes.

JeeP stands for:

Just
Empty
Every
Pocket

Just
Eats
Every
Paycheck
08-08-2013 09:24 PM
GladiatorMMA
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Originally Posted by alienature View Post
good stuff buddy. you'd be surprised at what a stock jeep can do
Yeah, I was actually very impressed with it. I thought I would get bogged down in some of the thick mud I was in, but nope, just kept plugging along.
08-07-2013 08:36 PM
Padfoot Nice bud!
08-07-2013 07:48 PM
alienature good stuff buddy. you'd be surprised at what a stock jeep can do
08-06-2013 09:47 AM
Decoy_58 got my 90 about 2 years ago luv this jeep going to buy my granddaughter a jeep
08-06-2013 06:14 AM
GladiatorMMA
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Originally Posted by REDY2KTJ View Post
That's awesome! Welcome to the party, welcome to the sickness! Enjoy!
Thanks! I can tell this is going to hurt my wallet......badly.
08-06-2013 06:13 AM
GladiatorMMA
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Originally Posted by fast_suv View Post
At least you are off the pavement
HAHA, yeah as lame as the trail was, I had to do something with the Jeep other than grocery shopping.
08-05-2013 10:14 PM
REDY2KTJ That's awesome! Welcome to the party, welcome to the sickness! Enjoy!
08-05-2013 09:01 PM
fast_suv At least you are off the pavement
08-05-2013 05:16 PM
GladiatorMMA
First time Off-roading....baby steps

I took my new Jeep off roading for a couple hours today to try it out and get some practice. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed myself. My Jeep is still basically stock so I didn't want to go anywhere too crazy, so I just kept it on the bunny hills. HAHA I can't wait to have enough money for tires and a lift!!!

The best part was my girlfriend screaming and trying to hide as we went over some of the hills etc. Fun times.

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