You derive some sort of warped pleasure when you see the deep pangs of anxiety rushing through every fiber of your buddy's being when he strips his first torx bolt(s).
Because deep down inside, you know it's the perfect time for you to show off your skills at quickly and easily removing all kinds of stripped/broken internal torx bolts. So, when he turns to you and enthusiastically exclaims "U `da MAN!" you know, beyond any shadow of a doubt, you've become a real YJ owner.
P.S. The coolest part is knowing he'll be the one buying the brews for the next work project.
QUOTE=jeepinjames20;5802761]your re-enlisting in the army for 6 more years so you can use the bonus money to pay off its debt and continue on with the rest of its repairs and "enhancements"
also, (to thoes of you in the military) you can't wait to go home on leave to drive your jeep
p.s. to all you yj owners, enjoy your wheeling extra for me. I'm in Iraq for the next 7-8 months, and miss my jeep dearly...[/QUOTE]
Thanx for ur svc
When your 5 yr old asks u why u have a "green army truck" when u were in the Navy
Random electrical stuff like the radio, parking brake light, and blinker arrows quit working for no apparent reason, then start working again days later also for no apparent reason. And you're just exited that they're working again....
The sound of any random car horn makes you wonder if it's meant for you and if it means that something has fallen off in the road... but you just keep driving....
You get really disgruntled on the highway when someone cuts you off, not because they might have caused an accident, but because you finally got up to speed....
90 yj full on pimped!
06 taco lifted
97 xj lifted and sold
88 toy sr5 stock and dead