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post #781 of 13813 Old 04-16-2008, 01:02 PM
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You must be young.
Try finding the gas cap on a 57 Bel Air.
Ha ha that is histarical! I remember on my 81 Camaro you had to open a little "door" on the back *** of the car which revealed the gas tank and the keyhole to open the trunk


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post #782 of 13813 Old 04-16-2008, 01:15 PM
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You open the hood of your truck and hate how it wont open all the way and rest against the top of the windshield.
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post #783 of 13813 Old 04-16-2008, 02:54 PM
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people give you funny looks because you are spray painting your rocker guards in the parking lot of your dorm at college

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post #784 of 13813 Old 04-16-2008, 06:36 PM
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the first time you ever when to put gas in it you couldnt find the gas cap. lol
same thing happened to me... i didn't understand why it wasn't in the same place as my brother's TJ... had to call the PO (friend of mine) and ask..
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post #785 of 13813 Old 04-17-2008, 09:09 PM
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when your fiances best friend always calls you to come pick them up and go offroading happened last weekend and a few other times

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post #786 of 13813 Old 04-17-2008, 11:16 PM
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You know you drive a yj when you think it looks better muddy then clean

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post #787 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 04:14 AM
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You know you love the YJ when you see other YJs on the road early in the season with their doors and tops removed and it conjures up the thought that summer is almost here!!!

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post #788 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 07:48 AM
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You know you love the YJ when you see other YJs on the road early in the season with their doors and tops removed and it conjures up the thought that summer is almost here!!!


When you see another YJ with their top off in february, and use that as justification to your wife to remove yours. "But honey, the other YJ guys are doing it!"

And when you feel smugly superior (in your winter parka) to the TJ guys who are still using their heaters and tops.
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post #789 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 08:41 AM
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When you see another YJ with their top off in february, and use that as justification to your wife to remove yours. "But honey, the other YJ guys are doing it!"

And when you feel smugly superior (in your winter parka) to the TJ guys who are still using their heaters and tops.
Or when you have the windows off, but then you see a yj pass you with everything off and you have the feeling that you have been beaten.
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post #790 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 10:46 AM
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people give you funny looks because you are spray painting your rocker guards in the parking lot of your dorm at college


I herculined the interior on my YJ last weekend in the parking lot here at my school apartment. Got so many "wtf" looks... one guy came over to see what it was and was like, "man you've got some balls doin this out here in the parking lot"

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post #791 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 01:00 PM
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Autozone knows you have a Jeep, so they call you for Ford parts interchange when the computers are down.

Your anti-theft is parking in 4-Lo so you can catch thieves on foot.

Tops don't last any longer than tires.

The road noise of your tires sets off car alarms.

Your friends started parking in their garages, because you are always eyeing parts.

You know what a bumperette is and don't like it one bit.

You are concerned because rising steel costs ups your "Jeep Payment"

You bought a torx tool that you attempted to use once, and now you'll never need it again. AND, now you're out of cutting wheels.

You've tried to figure out a cheaper way to get manual hubs on a D30.

You found the cheapest way was to put in a 44 or bigger.

You understand what flipping a D300 means.

You've had to choose between a cooler and a back seat.

Swaybars are optimal for weight reduction.
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post #792 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 03:34 PM
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Autozone knows you have a Jeep, so they call you for Ford parts interchange when the computers are down.

Your anti-theft is parking in 4-Lo so you can catch thieves on foot.

Tops don't last any longer than tires.

The road noise of your tires sets off car alarms.

Your friends started parking in their garages, because you are always eyeing parts.

You know what a bumperette is and don't like it one bit.

You are concerned because rising steel costs ups your "Jeep Payment"

You bought a torx tool that you attempted to use once, and now you'll never need it again. AND, now you're out of cutting wheels.

You've tried to figure out a cheaper way to get manual hubs on a D30.

You found the cheapest way was to put in a 44 or bigger.

You understand what flipping a D300 means.

You've had to choose between a cooler and a back seat.

Swaybars are optimal for weight reduction.
everyone of those i was like "yeah...yeah...yeah...yeah..."

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post #793 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 07:30 PM
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Lost my first belt loop today. Is there a club to join now?
LOL every pair of Jeans I own are missing at least one belt loop!
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post #794 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 08:35 PM
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Taking every spare moment to check on her in the garage, you can't help but try those frozen bolts one more time...you don't even notice your dirty knees anymore...until you catch someone staring in the grocery store and you quickly try to wisk off the grime...

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post #795 of 13813 Old 04-18-2008, 09:03 PM
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When every time you hear the sound of something hitting the road while driving, or someone running over something while you're driving, you have to make that mental inventory of everything in the car, every bolt that you "think" you tightened all the way, and every tool you "might" have left lodged somewhere in the undercarriage...

I can't drive home from work without whipping my head around trying to figure out what just fell out of, or off of, my jeep...
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