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01-22-2007 09:14 PM
hmenker
Welcome!

Hey, yjeep94, you and your wife sound like me and mine - we're both Jeepers. In fact, my youngest son also drives a Jeep as well. Of course, we're in the Appalachian Mountains of western Maryland where we get about 200" of snow annually and Jeeps rock up here. Again, welcome!
01-21-2007 10:34 PM
BILLYWALTON Howdy...welcome Aboard
01-21-2007 12:42 AM
binaryking Howdy from PA! Sorry to hear about the toes.
01-19-2007 07:18 PM
KA5IVR
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Originally Posted by yjeep94 View Post
I'm in Central Texas, Comanche. For those who aren't familiar, I'm between Stephenville and Brownwood.

As for Jeeping plans, I'm looking to make a trail jeep, lift, tires, maybe an engine swap.
Howdy from the DFW Area. Welcome to the forum.

We know exactly were Comanche is, especially the winery! They hold a Jeep Jamboree not far from there.
01-19-2007 01:19 PM
tiny terror welcome to WF.

Wife broke the toes cuz you didn't want to get her a jeep, huh?
01-19-2007 12:39 PM
amy Howdy and welcome to WF.

Yup, like Kat said, two jeeps makes a happy marriage.
01-19-2007 12:28 PM
Texapple
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Originally Posted by yjeep94 View Post
I'm in Central Texas, Comanche. For those who aren't familiar, I'm between Stephenville and Brownwood.

As for Jeeping plans, I'm looking to make a trail jeep, lift, tires, maybe an engine swap.
Grandma had a ranch in Zepher (now my cousin's)....small world, huh?

welcome to WF....2 Jeeps makes a happy marriage
01-19-2007 11:25 AM
yjeep94 I'm in Central Texas, Comanche. For those who aren't familiar, I'm between Stephenville and Brownwood.

As for Jeeping plans, I'm looking to make a trail jeep, lift, tires, maybe an engine swap.
01-19-2007 10:59 AM
Scout Welcome to the forum! What part of Texas are you in?
01-19-2007 10:39 AM
jeeptales
Hola Amigo!

What part of Texas are you in?

Do you have any Jeeping Plans for whrn you can get around?
01-19-2007 10:25 AM
Dare2BSquare Ah, family jeepers. Cool. Welcome aboard. Did you drop your jeep on your toes?
01-19-2007 10:16 AM
yjeep94
Howdy from TX

Howdy. I've had my Jeep For almost a year and after this past week I now truly understand the Jeep Thing.

After the ice and snow we had here (we don't get too much of that). I haven't been out in it too much, laid up with 5 broken toes.

My wife like my Jeep so much we had to buy her one.

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