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11-22-2005 05:28 AM
H.G Im so glad I bought a WRANGLER as my first 4x4 ever..
its different to what everyone else has overe here in oz..
they look tough and classy
Im always smiling like a kid at christmas time when I drive it
and its taken me places I never thought Id go

VIVA LA JEEP ADDICTION
11-21-2005 08:50 PM
amerijeep
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Originally Posted by hmenker
Glad to have you along! I remember my first Wrangler, a 2001 SE five-speed, and I remember how little I knew as well. One of my initial challenges was not being afraid to take the vehicle further than I thought it could go. I just didn't understand the tremendous capabilities of a Wrangler. And, as "daddyjeep" says, scratches, dents, and broken parts are a good thing. The beautiful thing is there's a world of Jeep owners who will provide a wealth of information for you and no one will ever look down on you. Jeep owners are a tight knit "family" of caring people who will do all they can to help you. Welcome to the forum.
Very well said.

Although, I try not to tear mine up.
11-21-2005 04:37 PM
hmenker
Welcome to the world of Jeepin'

Glad to have you along! I remember my first Wrangler, a 2001 SE five-speed, and I remember how little I knew as well. One of my initial challenges was not being afraid to take the vehicle further than I thought it could go. I just didn't understand the tremendous capabilities of a Wrangler. And, as "daddyjeep" says, scratches, dents, and broken parts are a good thing. The beautiful thing is there's a world of Jeep owners who will provide a wealth of information for you and no one will ever look down on you. Jeep owners are a tight knit "family" of caring people who will do all they can to help you. Welcome to the forum.
11-20-2005 09:25 PM
daddyjeep The first thing you should learn about four wheel drive vehicles...Scratches, Dents, and broken parts are a good thing. As long as they happen on the trail.
11-18-2005 06:41 PM
amerijeep Welcome Will Hung. You got your name from that guy on American Idol?

This is a great place to hang out. Look forward to you joining us.
11-18-2005 09:50 AM
wellhung
This applies for all of you

Hey everyone, My name is JAke and I just wanted to say hello. I Just bought an 03 "freedome edition" wrangler. To be honest I know very little about jeeps and 4wd vehicles in general. I Am excited to meet you all and soak up some information. There may be an introduction section of the forum but i figured this might get the most exposure here.

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