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Old 04-16-2017, 09:43 PM
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Hey all, new to the forums but not to the lifestyle. I'm on my third Jeep, from my first CJ-7, to "Sunny" my '05 TJ (bought new) that was pristine with only 64k when she was totaled in an ice storm and now "Goldie" my '03 TJ. I've been at this for 20+ years and enjoy the build as much as using it on the trails. I've been to all areas of Maine wheeling and overland touring usually with just the wife and dogs in tow, and most times it's just to find a new hunting or fishing spot. With "mud season" upon us and the desire to tread lightly I'm just waiting for the trails to dry up a bit before I try my new 2.5" lift and see if it gets me more places than my old 1" spacers did, fishing season is upon us and I'm finally shaking the "cabin fever" out of my system. It's time to get my girl Goldie dirty.
Anyway, good to know it's easy to communicate with like minded souls in a place like this, even an old vet like me has questions sometimes and helpful people to network with is invaluable. Looking forward to meeting you all.

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Hey all, new to the forums but not to the lifestyle. I'm on my third Jeep, from my first CJ-7, to "Sunny" my '05 TJ (bought new) that was pristine with only 64k when she was totaled in an ice storm and now "Goldie" my '03 TJ. I've been at this for 20+ years and enjoy the build as much as using it on the trails. I've been to all areas of Maine wheeling and overland touring usually with just the wife and dogs in tow, and most times it's just to find a new hunting or fishing spot. With "mud season" upon us and the desire to tread lightly I'm just waiting for the trails to dry up a bit before I try my new 2.5" lift and see if it gets me more places than my old 1" spacers did, fishing season is upon us and I'm finally shaking the "cabin fever" out of my system. It's time to get my girl Goldie dirty.
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