|09-16-2010 09:23 PM|
|rlew0083||Forgot to include Santa Fe, NM.|
|09-16-2010 09:22 PM|
|rlew0083||Birmingham, AL to Telluride, CO and back. Via OK City, Albuquerque, Crested Butte, and Crawford, TX. CLose to 200 of those miles on trails in Colorado.|
|09-16-2010 03:48 PM|
|Urokira||from house to A&P then to the pet store for dog food, then home again!!! it felt like forever!!!!!!|
|09-15-2010 07:32 PM|
|Wally Meyers||When we bought ours new this year I told the salesman when we picked it up that we were going to Gatlinburg Tenn in the morning. He said Milwaukee to Gatlinburg and back isn't a good thing. We went and ran around in the mountains. Must have been a little over 1500 miles.|
|09-15-2010 05:18 PM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||Flew out to CA in February and picked up a jeep in Temecula, CA. Drove it home and the GPS said 1543 miles. We stopped in Arizona and played around in Sedona for a few. Then headed home.|
|09-15-2010 03:13 PM|
|N39-W120||Newport News, Virginia to Arlington, Texas and back...|
|09-15-2010 02:53 PM|
|biffman||Why do I have "East Bound and Down" going through my head???|
|09-15-2010 02:32 PM|
Worked at CAT for a year in Griffin Ga
|09-15-2010 02:29 PM|
|oldman||i did griffin georgia to miami florida and back in 2 days|
|09-14-2010 12:39 PM|
|2006LJRubicon||Cincnnati OH to Key West Florida this past summer. Kept the top down the entire trip there. It was amazing. Nothing like driving across the seven mile bridge in a Jeep looking at the beautiful turqoise water, I wish I was there now. But the trip home seemed even longer.|
|09-13-2010 11:38 PM|
Strangely, going home on Friday is the shortest.
|09-13-2010 11:22 PM|
|09-13-2010 11:16 PM|
|Serge A. Storms||Detroit MI to Camarillo CA, when I left Detroit it had all of 200 miles on the clock.|
|09-13-2010 07:02 PM|
|rogertc1||70 miles max to another town. That be it.|
|09-13-2010 05:12 PM|
|09-13-2010 04:03 PM|
It's a variable scale.
I moved from Eugene, Oregon to Seattle in a 1960 CJ5. That's only 300-ish miles, and I've done lots of longer trips in Wranglers since then.
But a fully loaded CJ5 with duffle bags strapped to the roof, and old tired springs going its maximum 50 mph up I-5 - those 300 miles should be at least tripled.
|09-13-2010 02:56 PM|
|osu50sprinter||I moved from Columbus OH to Vail CO....had all my S&#t packed in it...the whole front seat, back seat to 12in below the roof and a hitch hauler on the back loaded with stuff...was about 1400 miles...was an awesome trip!!! thats the longest so far but wanna do more!|
|09-13-2010 02:49 PM|
|09-13-2010 02:47 PM|
'bout 500 miles to key west back in June where the wife and i got hitched
There is a LOT of heat down there..lol even the water (ocean and pool) was about 90 degrees...lol
|09-13-2010 02:42 PM|
I work outta the house 2-3 days a week, usually. My average run is 400 miles. My long is just shy of 600. An *easy* day is 300. Yeah, I change my oil every 3 weeks. Good thing it's easy.
Last year I drove 54k miles.... on track to do 60k this year. Since the end of March, they have all been in the Jeep. With no cruise control, in all weather and all driving conditions. Wouldn't trade it for anything, though! (and it keeps the mileage off my other car!)
|09-13-2010 12:56 PM|
Jacksonville to Key West and back.
I'd like to drive it to the Smoky Mountains
|09-13-2010 07:58 AM|
|09-13-2010 03:14 AM|
|navret||1978 camp pendaleton to nj. in 76 cj, roof off first day and a half, can you say "wind burn"|
|09-13-2010 01:37 AM|
Longest trip in my Jeep--400 miles one way. Bout 500 on the way back but I split it over 2 days to stop and visit my brother for a night. No cruise control.
Longest trip ever mileage-wise--drove from Ohio to Kansas and back over like 4 days when I was 18. I think it was a 1500 mile trip total.
Longest trip time-wise--Ohio to Illinois for Christmas 2 years ago and an ice storm hit while I was about halfway there. Went from doing 65 on the interstate to 15-20 the rest of the way in a 2wd pickup truck. No salt on the roads due to budget cuts (occasionally we'd hit areas that had trucks dumping sand), I got on the cb and joined up in a convoy of truckers and cruised the rest of the way with them at a slow but steady and safe pace. Cars and trucks were all over the ditches and for awhile the interstate ahead of us was completely gridlocked and had to be shut down due to pile ups on the ramps. Made a 4 1/2 - 5 hr trip a 10 hr trip.
|09-13-2010 01:26 AM|
|pokey||^ you were lied to. I'm not sure about the exhaust, but you can't improve on the stock intake, and chips don't do a thing but empty your wallet.|
|09-12-2010 10:26 PM|
In 1980 I took my '75 CJ5 from Orange County down to Cabo and back (Tijuana to Cabo is 1,045 miles , one way), with no top. With a lot of side trips. I remember taking a dirt road into a small fly-in fishing village on the Sea of Cortez and the gringo's jaws dropped. "you guys DROVE here ???" I think they were jealous. . No top was a big mistake. When you're 20 you think you're invincible.
|09-12-2010 10:15 PM|
|Green Bay TJ||Longest road trip was about ten years ago, about 1800 miles RT MD to WI and back. Trip to visit my folks back home.|
|09-12-2010 08:48 PM|
|Seanomck||Ocean City NJ to Richmond VA stick no cruse control bumper to bumper from baltimore to dc|
|09-12-2010 12:54 PM|
|SUBZEROCOOL||I drove a few hundred miles here in the heart of California one day. Top down, no jeep bra and no 45, sleeveless shirt and it was over 100 needless to say I had to have a few drinks when I got home to help relieve the sun burn.|
|09-12-2010 12:43 PM|
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