Yo, I'm the first SNOHO! up in this beezy. I like all them Jeeps I've been seeing around Washington, but if your ever in Snohomish it's wheeling time.
Here's what I have:
1994 Jeep Cherokee country
Suspension: RE 2" BB, TJ LCA's, V8 Grand Cherokee springs
Wheels and tires: stock TJ Wrangler 15x7 with chrome caps on 31x10.50 Wrangler MT/R's.
Extras: CB and firestick whip, Shmucks fog lights, transfercase skid plate, Wood grain grant steering wheel.
I am in Anacortes till the end of the year, just counting the days till I can see the sun for more then 2 days at a time! I will miss the long summers, although for the 4 years I have been here so far I have been deployed for 2 of them. The winters will not be missed at all!
[COLOR="DarkGreen"]"So they've got us surrounded, good! Now we can fire in any direction, those b*****ds won't get away this time!"
CHESTY PULLER, USMC[/COLOR]
I've got a question for the Jeepers in the Fort Lewis Tacoma area. Are there any decent pick and pulls or otherwise similar places in the Fort Lewis Tacoma area? Im specifically looking for drivetrain stuff for a 00 WJ but anyhting would be helpful. Thanks
1991 Comanche HO (Parents sold while Deployed)
2000 Grand Cherokee Stock- Rest In Pieces (Swallowed by Montana pothole)
2004 Grand Cherokee Laredo
You always miss those NorEasters, especially when you haven't had snow in years.
Greetings from the dry side, home of some GREAT cross country tails and remote roads. That's my Rescue Green X on Colockum Road, just west of the Columbia River, out on a 3 day trip. Check it out at www.jpfreek.com page 26.
I have taught the kids to refer the the sage rash as Nature's pin stripping.
That beach area is just north of Vantage, correct?