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post #826 of 1338 Old 02-21-2013, 07:52 AM Thread Starter
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Did you mean to say "is not a rubicon though"? Doesn't make sense otherwise.

I hated driving stick when I first got my LJ, probably had something to do with not knowing how to drive one. However, after several months of driving it I started loving it, and I now own 3 Jeeps all with straight drives. I find driving autos to be utterly boring nowadays.
It is a rubicon. Sorry don't know what I said that. I wouldn't consider it if it wasn't a rubicon. Don't feel like trading down lol


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post #827 of 1338 Old 02-21-2013, 07:53 AM
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It is a rubicon. Sorry don't know what I said that. I wouldn't consider it if it was a rubicon. Don't feel like trading down lol
There you go confusing me with your improper grammar again! It is a Rubicon but won't consider it if it is a Rubicon?
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The 6 speed is a much nicer transmission. I have the 6 speed in my LJ and the 5 speed in my TJ. I hate the 5 speed by comparison to my 6 speed.
Just having the extra gear for highway?

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It is a rubicon. Sorry don't know what I said that. I wouldn't consider it if it wasn't a rubicon. Don't feel like trading down lol
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There you go confusing me with your improper grammar again!
That's my Inderian tongue!

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Are you sure you're a college graduate?
Once er twice now I got my is smart degree!


Actually I'm typing on my phone in class so I'm not reading over them cause my phone changes stuff on me lol

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Just having the extra gear for highway?
The 5 speed actually has a deeper overdrive than the 6 speed. I just like the way the 6 speed shifts, it is much smoother. Plus the first gear is crazy low (which is a good thing), with 4.10s and 31s you won't even need it in 2wd. The low 1st gear is amazing offroad.
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The 5 speed actually has a deeper overdrive than the 6 speed. I just like the way the 6 speed shifts, it is much smoother. Plus the first gear is crazy low (which is a good thing), with 4.10s and 31s you won't even need it in 2wd. The low 1st gear is amazing offroad.
x2! The 241 is a big help, thats geared to 4:10. I run 35's and I can still take off in 2nd gear...
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The 5 speed actually has a deeper overdrive than the 6 speed. I just like the way the 6 speed shifts, it is much smoother. Plus the first gear is crazy low (which is a good thing), with 4.10s and 31s you won't even need it in 2wd. The low 1st gear is amazing offroad.
I see, I drove a few 5's when I was test driving them. I'll see about a six but I'm digging this one

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x2! The 241 is a big help, thats geared to 4:10. I run 35's and I can still take off in 2nd gear...
That's the other thing I hate about this auto. Takes rediculous gearing to make the OD proper and if you don't you might as whelp had the 3 speed

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I wanna convert my Jk to a manny tranny I hate autos. I find them boring. My grandpas YJ is a manny and is so much fun to drive.

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I wanna convert my Jk to a manny tranny I hate autos. I find them boring. My grandpas YJ is a manny and is so much fun to drive.
They have there place but your right. Plus if your a gear head, you like to feel the vehicle and a auto separates you

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Auto>Manual offroad.
That is highly debatable. I much prefer my manual.
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