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post #1621 of 13811 Old 11-03-2008, 11:21 AM
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when you have to make the decision....back roads or highway home....always back roads.


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when you have to make the decision....back roads or highway home....always back roads.

What decision?

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What decision?
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you know you drive a yj when you have 3 other guys in your car that way well above 200lbs each and you're going up a steep hill for a few miles in 3rd gear and tractor trailers are passing you. >.<
Mine does that when I'm alone, 1/4 tank of fuel, soft top, and geared to 4.88.... And I wouldn't trade it for anything!!

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Mine does that when I'm alone, 1/4 tank of fuel, soft top, and geared to 4.88.... And I wouldn't trade it for anything!!
Dave where the hell you been?

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Hey guys, not sure if this has already been done before, but I posted the first 200 of these on my website. If you'd like to have them in an easy copy/paste format for email you can visit this link here:

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Here's my favorite from your list (and oh so true):

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you know you drive a yj when you have 3 other guys in your car that way well above 200lbs each and you're going up a steep hill for a few miles in 3rd gear and tractor trailers are passing you. >.<
Try by yourself struggling to do 55 up a hill and getting passed by B-trains.


For those of you that don't know what a "B-train" is. 18 wheeler pulling TWO trailers behind it. One is usually a 40 footer and the other is a 60.

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you know you own a yj when u park on a downward slope that way when it rains ur bikini top doesnt fill up with water
i use a piece of pvc with the rubber feet from a pair of crutches on both ends and put it in cup holder to hold up top.

I learned the hard way not to try to push the water out by pushing up on top.
Gotta splash it out.
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post #1631 of 13811 Old 11-03-2008, 10:39 PM
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after a big rain evertime you take a turn there is a waterfall on your feet. Ha and even better when its cold and you have the heat on and the water hits the heater Can u Say Sauna.


Can anyone tell me why mine does that>?
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i use a piece of pvc with the rubber feet from a pair of crutches on both ends and put it in cup holder to hold up top.

I learned the hard way not to try to push the water out by pushing up on top.
Gotta splash it out.
You have CUP HOLDERS?!?!?!?

I'm beginning to think my YJ was just a bottom-of-the-barrel, ZERO options ordered, get-it-the-hell-off-my-car-lot special back in '87. . . . . .

No stereo, no hardtop, no cupholders, no backseat, no A/C, no I6, no floormats, no full doors, no real wheels (hubcaps), no ANYTHING! This thing is seriously the epitome of a Base Model Jeep. . . And I wouldn't trade it for anything!

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When you read these so you dont feel as bad about your YJ problems.
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When you park at just the right spot so you can see it at work.

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