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Old 12-09-2010, 12:25 PM
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HI Im Jesse I drive a YJ that I painted, that my buddys say looks like a raccoon, Hence the bush coon SN. I came over from another Forum seeing this one is more organized, with a more 'profesional' atmosphere. I am a YJ fanatic, you cant beat the way the square headlights look, and the way the leafs handle love em IMO. Im in Southern california, im also the VP of the Mud Daubers jeep club. myself and the Pres are both Marines, and so are the other present members (open to all and just not jeeps). were not into the crawlin thing were more of the we can go anywhere kinda thing, which is part of why we chose Mud Daubers as a name wiki it if ya dont know what they are. if your intrested in meeting up or letting our club ride along with your club let me know. my goal is to eventually be more involved with the community, and show people jeepers arent rock crawling terrorizers so that we may continue to wheel and trek about as we please. so far weve only found a few places to trail ride without stirring up any troubles. as for technical advice im not the ala mechanic but iv built a few motors before, and swapped a few too. im here to take what i can and give what i got. hope to make some friends and find some more people to wheel with or help out on their projects.

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Old 12-09-2010, 12:30 PM   #2
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Welcome. I agree with the square lights. YJ's are great

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Welcome to WF & square headlights are the best looking in my opinion
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↑ yes I said it, I really do like them best. The round headlights look kind of "beady eyed"
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thank you all, yep ill admit it it was mainly the looks that attracted me to the YJ's
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thank guys, Ibuildembig thats an insane rig you got there
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Thanks but its my neighbors now hehe....He wanted it more than I did
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Hi and Welcome!

It's great to hear that you're out there wheelin and trying to uplift the reputation of OHV owners.

I have a couple of friends in So Cal, one active Navy, the other is a retired Marine, but she still works with them. Both Jeepers and some of the best folks I've ever known.

I'm the Director of Land Use for our club. If you would be interested in information that might help you find more places to ride in your area and ways that you can pitch in to help protect and promote the sport shoot me a PM. I'll send you some links.

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Old 12-09-2010, 05:12 PM
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Thanks but its my neighbors now hehe....He wanted it more than I did
lmao, its cuz its a YJ....
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lol maybe....or maybe cause the work was all done and all he had to do was pay cash and drive on lol
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thats called a bonus for him in my book lmao. so i take it you have your next project picked out?
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Man I have multiple ones...I replaced that jeep with a truggy I did 2 years ago, I just finished a 97 powerstroke for the ole lady, currently working on a 68 crew cab, a 59 ranch wagon, multiple jeeps forsale, and eventually my new jeep project when I get the wagon done
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whew, thats alot to juggle my next project is a shotgun riding dog to take with me where ever I go... settling with borrowing my buddys as a temploan for now lmao, whats the powerstroke going in?
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Yeah I know, but I don't do anything else but work in the shop and go to work...well, currently wiring my basement too lol....The powerstroke is her truck that I got for her about 5 years ago as a rust pile of crap. Here's the link

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man thats a truck, hope you have kids to put to work, thats how I learned everything I know. Hi RedJeeper,monkee2002
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