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post #31 of 117 Old 03-31-2010, 08:25 PM Thread Starter
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I'm a maybe: I'm changing a 3 month old Bosch fuel pump this weekend in my XJ.
The first one lasted 19 years, second worked for three months, the next one might only last a couple of days.
Don;t you hate it how that works?

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post #32 of 117 Old 04-01-2010, 09:53 AM
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My jeep is still ripped apart waiting for the 350 to go in....I could come with a chevy pickup unless thats a problem?
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post #33 of 117 Old 04-01-2010, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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My jeep is still ripped apart waiting for the 350 to go in....I could come with a chevy pickup unless thats a problem?
Not a problem, all are welcome...bring it on down

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post #34 of 117 Old 04-01-2010, 10:04 AM
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im a maybe all depends on school and all and thats a day after birthday so all depends on if im still sober or awake or in school..
Saturday, April 10th
Meeting at the Atsion Ranger Station

1. Medic 22
2. SamPsychoWise
3. thetaxman
4. Beaniam
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6. PolakX
7. Stamos
8. Yellowjacket681

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post #35 of 117 Old 04-02-2010, 11:13 PM
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Update

1. Medic 22
2. SamPsychoWise
3. Beaniam
4. Stevepie
5. PolakX
6. Stamos
7. Yellowjacket681

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2. dennis461
3. Gotmudnj
4. thetaxman

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post #36 of 117 Old 04-03-2010, 11:34 PM
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how stock friendly are the Wharton runs? I have tow points on my XJ but running stock everything and would love to join you guys on maybe the next run (have to get my front tow hooks installed)

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post #37 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 05:37 AM
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Most trails in Wharton have "go arounds". Its alot of fun and stock is ok. Tow hooks are a necessity though.
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post #38 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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how stock friendly are the Wharton runs? I have tow points on my XJ but running stock everything and would love to join you guys on maybe the next run (have to get my front tow hooks installed)
Most of the puddles have go arounds, otherwise just watch what the guy in front of you is doing and you'll be fine. Tow hooks are necessary and installing them is a 20 minute job. Rather then removing both brackets on the bumpers, do them one at a time. Plus, with this warm weather you don't have an excuse not to get em on!

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post #39 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 12:16 PM
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how stock friendly are the Wharton runs? I have tow points on my XJ but running stock everything and would love to join you guys on maybe the next run (have to get my front tow hooks installed)
lets get those hooks installed, lol it sucks i have work

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post #40 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 02:54 PM
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im stock... except for the tires which are 30s but nonetheless stock.... i really didnt do bad... jus started floating on one hole lol but all should be good!!!

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post #41 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 08:38 PM
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lets get those hooks installed, lol it sucks i have work
In my opinion, tow hooks should be mandatory items

No one likes trying to reach underwater in the mud to find something to hook to.
Looks like more rain on the way too.

The hooks can also prevent damage.

I wrapped a chain around this guys axle since he had nothing to hook to and had been stuck for days.
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post #42 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 09:31 PM
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the tow hooks will be installed by the end of the week, i got new tools i need to break in lol i agree, tow hooks or atleast a hitch on both the front and back should be mandatory because none of us want to get stuck and take the chance of tearing apart out vechiles. trust me, i wont go out til i get my front hooks put on cause Vansskaterfreek knows im the "better safe then sorry" kind of person.

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post #43 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 09:46 PM
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the tow hooks will be installed by the end of the week, i got new tools i need to break in lol i agree, tow hooks or atleast a hitch on both the front and back should be mandatory because none of us want to get stuck and take the chance of tearing apart out vechiles. trust me, i wont go out til i get my front hooks put on cause Vansskaterfreek knows im the "better safe then sorry" kind of person.
me....."hey look powerlines"
njfreekshow......"powerlines are no good, lots of deep crap and had bad experiences"
me......."oh what the hell, ill try it"
njfreekshow....."you dumb *** you got us stuck"
me....... "oops lol get the come-along out"

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post #44 of 117 Old 04-04-2010, 10:28 PM
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What about newbies that don't want to mud up thier NEW (to them) TJ? I guess i don't mind mud but I don't want mud/water on the inside.
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post #45 of 117 Old 04-05-2010, 06:21 AM Thread Starter
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What about newbies that don't want to mud up thier NEW (to them) TJ? I guess i don't mind mud but I don't want mud/water on the inside.
There is no way to avoid a little bit of sand inside the car. Afterall, it is the pines and there is sand everywhere. There are go arounds for just about all of the puddles, so in other words you don't have tow orry about swimming out of your jeep.

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