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Unread 06-18-2001, 08:11 PM   #1
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Advice: Jeep Liberty at Jeep 101 Pics/Info

I'm taking the Jeep 101 course in the Jeep Liberty next month. I plan on documenting this as much as possible, digital camera in hand. My questions are:

What poses, obstacles etc. should I look for. Of course the maxed articulation pics, what else? Clearances, etc.?

If anyone has done this, how severe is this and how much 'liberty' will they let me have in a new Liberty?

How much time will you have and do they rush you?

Do they allow cameras or do I need to 'improvise'?

If you think I'll get away with this, please add your comments and requests.

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Unread 06-19-2001, 12:04 AM   #2
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If my memory serves me correct .. cameras of all kinds are acceptable at the Jeep101 .. you may wish to bring along someone to be your photographer (M.S.O. would be perfect) to videotape your adventure.

The Jeep101 course (if you haven't been on it before) has basic trail-ride instructions going on. The best way to traverse water, log bridges, off-camber situations and such. You most likely would be able to do most of the course in 2wd .. but 4wd would make it a little more fun.

As far as time goes, they try to rush you through .. there are many others waiting to learn just as you will
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so did you get any pictures/video?

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Originally Posted by AlTheKillerr View Post
so did you get any pictures/video?

I sure hope so. It's been 10 years.

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What the **** is your problem?! It's a ****ing 10 year old thread!
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