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post #121 of 210 Old 01-23-2010, 05:05 PM
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i hate when you wave to another guy in a tj, cj or yj and they give you the finger. theres this one guy in my town who's very fond of the one finger wave. whats up with this guy?
Rofl thats awesome.

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post #122 of 210 Old 01-23-2010, 05:25 PM
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today i was drivin the YJ with the upper doors off around town gettin some stuff for my next mod and a woman in a stock JK initiated the wave! I was shock, and of course waved right back

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post #123 of 210 Old 01-23-2010, 09:41 PM
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No sir, that's quite a drive for me, however I did find it funny that a string of three posts were from us michiganders lol. About the farthest from home I go is to Cadillac to hit the two-trackers with the Jeep and everything else with the dirtbike. Ever came down to the mounds?


cadillac is only 45 min from my front door....


I have not been to the mounds, not even sure of there location.

about 30 min from cadillac in twisted trails and i have been there, not a bad place.... no matter what anyone tells you the pond is NOT crossable


Cadilac has quite a few interesting trails... shoot me a pm next time your up for a weekend in the heep, we will rally the LAPC for a good weekend...



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post #124 of 210 Old 01-23-2010, 09:44 PM
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i dont drive a wrangler but i drive a zj, and there are a few other lifted zjs and built wranglers and they usually give a head nod and that 2 finger wave type thing when i drive by em and such.
I also like how when ur sittin tryin to make a left or a right and theres a ton of traffic, every time a jeep popped up they stopped and let me in.
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post #125 of 210 Old 01-23-2010, 10:30 PM
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Cadilac has quite a few interesting trails... shoot me a pm next time your up for a weekend in the heep, we will rally the LAPC for a good weekend...



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Can't say no to that!

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post #126 of 210 Old 01-23-2010, 10:43 PM
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i personally think that a lifted cherokee will get more waves than a STOCK yj tj of jk any day of the week. i dont wave to any stock jeep, unless they wave to me first, but i always wave to another lifted jeep, and i have never not gotten a wave back.

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post #127 of 210 Old 01-23-2010, 10:46 PM
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Can't say no to that!

The LAP (loud and proud) consits of myself and 5 other guys that started riding our punched out sleds together about 3 winters ago. when spring came we started wheeling together. we pound the pavement to cadilac on saturdays, have a nice lunch and 2-track it home.... then the :cheers 2::ch eers2::cheers2 :





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post #128 of 210 Old 01-24-2010, 05:46 AM
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i personally think that a lifted cherokee will get more waves than a STOCK yj tj of jk any day of the week. i dont wave to any stock jeep, unless they wave to me first, but i always wave to another lifted jeep, and i have never not gotten a wave back.
the person in said stock jeep probably uses it as a grocery getter... Person in said lifted jeep probably uses it for the same reason you do. Hence the wave. i never got any looks before i started messin with my jeep.
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post #129 of 210 Old 01-24-2010, 10:53 AM
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the person in said stock jeep probably uses it as a grocery getter... Person in said lifted jeep probably uses it for the same reason you do. Hence the wave. i never got any looks before i started messin with my jeep.

I agree, there are a lot of retires that cruise town in the summer months in tjs, most look like they just rolled off the showroom floor!

Wach out for thoes "stock" jeeps you see in trails. Last summer i came across a guy in a 94 yj with a 2" body lift and 235/75 STTs, he was in his 30s and talking smack. wasnt untill after he kicked my butt through 3 obsticals that i noticed he was tummy tucked and had selectables. : that hour we ran together is a great definition of "dont judge a jeep by its tire size"

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post #130 of 210 Old 01-24-2010, 12:45 PM
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tummy tucked and had selectables. :
Layman's terms>?

Did anyone see Xtreme 4x4 this Saturday? They were talking about a bunch of trails being closed.

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post #131 of 210 Old 01-24-2010, 01:06 PM
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Layman's terms>?

Did anyone see Xtreme 4x4 this Saturday? They were talking about a bunch of trails being closed.

The motor, trans. and transfer case were moved up closer to the body so a completly flush skidplate can be used. so he doest have his drivetrain and skid hanging down 5" below the frame rails anymore.

selectable are locker that can be turned off and on by switch or cable.


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The motor, trans. and transfer case were moved up closer to the body so a completly flush skidplate can be used. so he doest have his drivetrain and skid hanging down 5" below the frame rails anymore.

selectable are locker that can be turned off and on by switch or cable.


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Sweet deal. You couldn't see the 'tummy tuck' before hand? You didn't bet on money on this challenge did you?

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Sweet deal. You couldn't see the 'tummy tuck' before hand? You didn't bet on money on this challenge did you?
stock jeeps are so low i didnt notice. no money, just another jeeper havin fun!

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post #134 of 210 Old 02-17-2010, 06:33 PM
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My YJ has a 3 1/2" lift and 33's, so it doesn't look stock by any means. Jeep-style Jeeps (CJ,YJ,TJ,JK) are not that plentiful around here, but most of them wave. A few stockers don't.
I will wave at XJ's and Grands if they look mod'ed or like they wheel, and most will wave back. But around here, most lifted trucks get a wave or nod from each other anyways.
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post #135 of 210 Old 02-17-2010, 07:01 PM
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It's very dangerous to wave to people you don't know because what if they don't have hands? They'll think you're being ċocky.

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