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post #1531 of 13813 Old 10-23-2008, 01:10 AM
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...when your cruise control is a brick or other heavy object to hold the gas pedal on the floor. God knows you won't be speeding unless going down a good size hill.

never Yjs with cruise control in Europe!!! We dont have this problem

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post #1532 of 13813 Old 10-23-2008, 08:25 AM
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[QUOTE=Originally Posted by RikRotorhead
How much is a liter?


Chuiso: liter is 1.30 euro=$0,80 more or less[/QUOTE]


1 Liter = 0.26417 Gallons (US)

1 Euro = 1.28349 USD (today-it can change daily)

So with that - .26 gallons will cost us .81 cents


So today it's $3.24 / gallon where Chuiso lives...

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When your 100 dollar cd player quits working because the leak that used to only hit your feet has now, magically, found its way to your radio.
Which is why you put a 100 dollar CD player in a Jeep!

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1 Liter = 0.26417 Gallons (US)

1 Euro = 1.28349 USD (today-it can change daily)

So with that - .26 gallons will cost us .81 cents


So today it's $3.24 / gallon where Chuiso lives...
Hahaha...
Thanks for doing the math for us on that! My brain was hurting trying to figure it out.

Gas here in high tax land (southern California) is about the same, I saw it at $3.19/gal yesterday.


Sorry, back on topic.....

You know you drive a YJ when.... you HAVE TO HAVE a second car, 'cuz you can't have it as a daily driver when it spends so much time on jack stands.

Betcha' wish your girlfriend was as dirty as my Jeep!
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post #1535 of 13813 Old 10-23-2008, 10:45 AM
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Gas here in high tax land (southern California) is about the same, I saw it at $3.19/gal yesterday.

You know you drive a YJ when.... you HAVE TO HAVE a second car, 'cuz you can't have it as a daily driver when it spends so much time on jack stands.

...OR because gas is $3.19/gal!

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... when you start doing an oil change and end up cutting off your p.o.s. muffler just for the hell of it...
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post #1537 of 13813 Old 10-23-2008, 11:52 AM
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...OR because gas is $3.19/gal!
My Avalanche only get's 18 mpg. The yj probably get's about the same (I think)

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post #1538 of 13813 Old 10-23-2008, 12:31 PM
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You know you drive a YJ when the offroad lights you have
aren't square enough

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post #1540 of 13813 Old 10-23-2008, 01:59 PM
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My Avalanche only get's 18 mpg. The yj probably get's about the same (I think)
YJ getting 18mpg LOL I wish they got that. Mine gets 11-13mpg with the I6
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haha yea mine gets like 15 in the summer and like 12 in the winter
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You know you drive a YJ when your parked beside a TJ and the girls think the TJ's cuter because it looks happy, but they don't know that they are different models or why, and that the lights have nothing to do with it.
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You know you drive a YJ when the offroad lights you have
aren't square enough
I agree!
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post #1544 of 13813 Old 10-23-2008, 09:32 PM
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When your girlfriend compliments you on how clean your carpet is after its been raining and nasty outside for a week. I tell her i like to keep a clean ship.

But in reality I have to get the shop vac out every morning to get out the puddles, even with the plugs out.
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when it rains and the jeep is flooded, you park on a very steep hill and open the tail gate.



Did it a couple days ago haha

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