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post #1 of 5 Old 07-11-2008, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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Xj Any ABQ XJs?

ive been in ABQ for about two years now and i havent been able to find many cherokee "clubs"...or just groups of cherokees that go out past southern or northern or anywhere else...

i see wranglers up the *** but im looking for XJs!

anyone know of any? i just finished fixing my lift and want to go out and tear up the desert!

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post #2 of 5 Old 08-01-2008, 02:28 AM
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I'm in Los Lunas and own an XJ, there are a few jeep clubs in NM, but none strickly for XJ's
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post #3 of 5 Old 08-01-2008, 05:19 AM
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i just got rid of my xj a few months ago... now i go tear up the desert in the WJ.

Gregmondro had an XJ, till he broke it.

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Oh, and if you ever see a white and grey WJ with a whole bunch of antennas out there in between southern and northern, be sure and wave. I spend ALOT of time out there, both professionally and recreationally.

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Speaking of tearing up the desert, I almost got the WJ stuck twice tonight out there off of southern and 60th... The second time, i was about to pull out the high-lift and self recover, but managed to power out in 4 lo.

Did see a dude in a blue lifted XJ playing out there as well, and he did pull up and ask if i needed a hand, but i was able to get it out on my own.

The hills out on overlook lane kick some serious *** though. Take southern all the way past 60th, pass that big commo tower, then theres a series of 5 interconnected hills in front of you.

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