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post #91 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
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Yea i suppose you have some catching up to do in the Jeep Build Dept.
Its' all good, we'll get you hooked up here real soon man.
There's a guy here by my work who's got TWO built XJ's in his driveway. (both older body styles)
But one is bigger than the other, and has these rectangular lights on top, that I wish I could find.
Never have had the chance to flag him down and ask him, and i'd feel weird just going up and knocking on the door...
"hey there fellow Jeeper! you dont know me, but i've been admiring your jeep for a while now and have a few questions for you..." Dee-Tee-Dee!!!! lol
Yes Sir, that I do... I will get there sooner or later. Must be nice to have to rigs to wheel! LOL
I know what you mean about just going up to ask, but it is a good conversation stater. I have seen some kick a$$ rectangular lights on roof racks and bumper. I will keep my eyes out for you... And Josh, you the "Dee-Tee-Dee" so well!!


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post #92 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 01:33 PM
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This thread has seen more action than my Jeep has, in the past month or so ...

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post #93 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 01:52 PM
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This thread has seen more action than my Jeep has, in the past month or so ...
I'd like to think that Oregon (especially us around the Portland/Metro Area) have the most active Jeep Community anywhere.
And from what I've seen in this thread, certainly one of the most diverse too!
GOTTA LOVE IT!

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post #94 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 01:56 PM Thread Starter
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This thread has seen more action than my Jeep has, in the past month or so ...


Funny man islandTJ!!!

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post #95 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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I'd like to think that Oregon (especially us around the Portland/Metro Area) have the most active Jeep Community anywhere.
And from what I've seen in this thread, certainly one of the most diverse too!
GOTTA LOVE IT!
The OJO (Oregon Jeep Pwners) page I created on facebook is another one that is constantly hoping! There is a few poeple there from JF, CF, and others... It is grown very well. Larger than I ever thought to be honest!

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post #96 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 02:14 PM
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"Pwners" lmao!!!

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post #97 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 02:30 PM
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Yea i suppose you have some catching up to do in the Jeep Build Dept.
Its' all good, we'll get you hooked up here real soon man.
There's a guy here by my work who's got TWO built XJ's in his driveway. (both older body styles)
But one is bigger than the other, and has these rectangular lights on top, that I wish I could find.
Never have had the chance to flag him down and ask him, and i'd feel weird just going up and knocking on the door...
"hey there fellow Jeeper! you dont know me, but i've been admiring your jeep for a while now and have a few questions for you..." Dee-Tee-Dee!!!! lol
Haha. Do it. If he responds with a bad attitude just tell him he doesn't deserve his jeeps and leave.

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post #98 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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"Pwners" lmao!!!
Damn phone!!! Lol
And they say they are "smart" phones!!! Wish they had spell check!

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post #99 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 03:02 PM
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Damn phone!!! Lol
And they say they are "smart" phones!!! Wish they had spell check!
Mine has spell check! Sorta. But it likes to change the words I purposely misspell into words that make no sense in my sentence. Lol.

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Just remember, dress blues make girs drop their clothes much faster than Army puke greens :cheers2::thumbsup:
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post #100 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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Mine has spell check! Sorta. But it likes to change the words I purposely misspell into words that make no sense in my sentence. Lol.
Mine likes to add words and misspell them... Been looking for an app that will fix that... So far no luck!

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post #101 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
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Just checked out CF, looks like we may have a big group from there going out as well! This may be a big turn out with a good mix of skill sets from newbie to experienced! I think this trip is going to be a blast!!

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post #102 of 270 Old 08-23-2011, 08:59 PM
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Just checked out CF, looks like we may have a big group from there going out as well! This may be a big turn out with a good mix of skill sets from newbie to experienced! I think this trip is going to be a blast!!
Badass

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post #103 of 270 Old 08-24-2011, 02:38 AM
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If we have to many people are there already plan's to divide up into groups by experience or rig capability and run different sets of trails? I know that when you get more than 15 4x4's waiting to run the same trail, it can sometimes take up a lot of time and makes it hard on the leader/guide.

Also, are there already planned trails that we are going to run? or should we make a list of everyone's favorite trails and start with those trails?

Like:
Bates Road #24
Ceder Tree #13
Powerline #4 section b-d
Hoodraiser #20
Hogs Back #18

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post #104 of 270 Old 08-24-2011, 10:39 AM
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Firebreak Five (14)

One of my favorite trails , it always changes dependent on conditions.

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post #105 of 270 Old 08-24-2011, 10:57 AM
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Firebreak Five (14)

One of my favorite trails , it always changes dependent on conditions.
Just finished with my new gears brake in period, so I am ready to give my YJ a shot on Firebreak Five (with your guidance of course). You helped me get Doris TJ up it 4 times (even that wet time we had to use my winch), should have better luck with the YJ and all the experience I have learned so far from your teaching (what does John call you? Oh ya, Master Yoda!! ).

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