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post #61 of 465 Old 04-08-2013, 02:05 PM
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We're also looking at possibly going for a JKU just for that reason. I'm partial to TJ's but there's no denying the creature comfort improvement in a JK.

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post #62 of 465 Old 04-08-2013, 02:25 PM
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i agree, she actualy test drove a few JK's and i kind of wish we got one, but maybe we'll trade up to a JK in a few years when kids come.

plus with another jeep that'll be the point when i can turn my jeep into a trailer queen lol


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X2. I had a JKU and it was soooo nice to ride in.

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I've gotta put my wants aside for practicality lol... I really want use her as an excuse to build up a nice LJ, but I dunno how that's gonna work out.

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i cant wait to head back out there. looks like it'll be myself, another TJ, a XJ and a WJ. a few of us are heading to Afghan pretty soon so this will be our last time wheeling until next season . hoping to try as much of daniel as possible this time.


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i cant wait to head back out there. looks like it'll be myself, another TJ, a XJ and a WJ. a few of us are heading to Afghan pretty soon so this will be our last time wheeling until next season . hoping to try as much of daniel as possible this time.
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The only way I'm going is if my TJ is done. I'm in the process of cleaning up my LJ so I can daily drive it again and there is absolutely no way I'm bringing it to that dust hole. It was stupid dusty last time.
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The only way I'm going is if my TJ is done. I'm in the process of cleaning up my LJ so I can daily drive it again and there is absolutely no way I'm bringing it to that dust hole. It was stupid dusty last time.
So was mine. My dad wasn't happy. I nearly missed my train because he was too busy attacking the interior with Windex.

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same weekend as this thread states

is the park less empty on a non-event weekend? We wont be getting there until dark and i want to get a campsite on the gravel road again.


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same weekend as this thread states

is the park less empty on a non-event weekend? We wont be getting there until dark and i want to get a campsite on the gravel road again.
Yes it is. This turnout is going to be huge. I know my crew will probably all be here and I have another guy with a Jeep (not on the forum) coming. Plus all you guys, and maybe Jake.

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I just hosed the whole inside out. Seth get rid of that carpet it is much easier to clean up.

It's better to be dead and cool than alive and uncool.
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Yes it is. This turnout is going to be huge. I know my crew will probably all be here and I have another guy with a Jeep (not on the forum) coming. Plus all you guys, and maybe Jake.
I'll probably make it out there one of those days right after exams, can't imagine I'll have to work friday, saturday, and sunday... Looks like I'm not going to be able to go next weekend like I was hoping due to exams and a hardware project I've got to focus on.
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I just hosed the whole inside out. Seth get rid of that carpet it is much easier to clean up.
But carpet is quiet My subs would sound like **** without it.

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But carpet is quiet My subs would sound like **** without it.
I have driven to Hatteras 3 times and it's not that bad. Plus crackers wash out easily

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I have driven to Hatteras 3 times and it's not that bad. Plus crackers wash out easily


I've been considering selling them but I do love good bass (not necissarily loud), plus my dad would probably kill me if I tried.

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carpet removal was my first mod and highly recommended


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