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post #1 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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You know you drive a TJ when...

well since every other model is doin it, yes even the JKs, we might as well jump on the bandwagon and start up this thread. I searched and couldnt find this in the TJ forum so lets do it!!

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post #2 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:34 PM
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...your belt loop on all of you pants and shorts are torn off

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post #3 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:34 PM
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it's on the general discussion, not wrangler one, but the main one.
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post #4 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:35 PM
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post #5 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:36 PM
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You should make it a sticky

You know you drive a TJ when you wave and dont get the wave back from JK's or you get the finger

its the only thing i could think of
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post #6 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:38 PM
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When you just hit 50mph and your whole front end starts shaking and you go "NO! Not again!!"
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post #7 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:41 PM
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When you just hit 50mph and your whole front end starts shaking and you go "NO! Not again!!"
love it!

sorry if mine aint too good,

you know you drive a tj when there is a gap the width of a go kart and you step back and go.... "i can make it"

2000 TJ sport "STORMTROOPER" dual tops, 4.0L, 2.5" coil spacer, 2" BL, jks quicker disconnects, worn out 35x12.50 bfg M/Ts, 15x8 d window rock crawlers w/ 4" backspacing, front stinger, custom rear bumper, superwinch lp8500 winch, a to z rocker guards, husky liner floor mats, CB/PA system, daylighters, and straight exhaust

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jeeps don't stuck, they just take breaks every once in a while, in deep holes.
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Dirty Deeds, Done With Jeep!:duhrock:
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how do i make it a sticky still kinda new at this
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post #9 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:42 PM
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when someone asks me if i was involved in a big street racing bust in the next town over, and i say my jeep barely does the speed limit
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post #10 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:50 PM
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You Know you drive a softtop TJ when your non-jeeper friends ask "Is it always this loud on the highway?" and you reply "What noise?"
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you know you drive a tj when you can't decide whats louder: the soft top, the tires or the straight pipes

2000 TJ sport "STORMTROOPER" dual tops, 4.0L, 2.5" coil spacer, 2" BL, jks quicker disconnects, worn out 35x12.50 bfg M/Ts, 15x8 d window rock crawlers w/ 4" backspacing, front stinger, custom rear bumper, superwinch lp8500 winch, a to z rocker guards, husky liner floor mats, CB/PA system, daylighters, and straight exhaust

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jeeps don't stuck, they just take breaks every once in a while, in deep holes.
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Dirty Deeds, Done With Jeep!:duhrock:
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post #12 of 7577 Old 12-01-2008, 04:52 PM
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We did this a couple years ago on the Evo forum when I drove one....went on forever. Berry funny too.

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You Know you drive a softtop TJ when your non-jeeper friends ask "Is it always this loud on the highway?" and you reply "What noise?"
that or when they ask if its the tires that cause the shakin and you look at them like they're stupid

2000 TJ sport "STORMTROOPER" dual tops, 4.0L, 2.5" coil spacer, 2" BL, jks quicker disconnects, worn out 35x12.50 bfg M/Ts, 15x8 d window rock crawlers w/ 4" backspacing, front stinger, custom rear bumper, superwinch lp8500 winch, a to z rocker guards, husky liner floor mats, CB/PA system, daylighters, and straight exhaust

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jeeps don't stuck, they just take breaks every once in a while, in deep holes.
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Dirty Deeds, Done With Jeep!:duhrock:
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When people ask; Why does it have a rollbar? Is it dangerous? And you can actually reply "yep".
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You never need no-doze or caffeine to stay awake driving because your white knuckles are chasing the wandering beast all over the road...
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