Don't get me wrong, I'm a musician that loves music and yes I'm one of those dawg gone youngins that tossed a sub in my TJ, but when it comes time to hit a trail, the mp3 player gets tossed in the glove box and that stereo is shut down before I even shift into 4WD. I want to be able to hear my engine (tachs just keep my eyes off of the rocks) and I wanna know as soon as something breaks. Now when its time for pavement.... HEAVY METAL!!
"Ahh 3.07 rears and 33" Mudders. The power of a 4 cylinder with all of the economy of a V8"
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__________________ August TJoTM & 2nd PLACE 2011 TJ OF THE YEAR
STOLEN - '01 TJ sport-Wayyyy to much money invested - My TJ Build Thread (halfassed)
TRADED IN - '07 WK Limited 5.7L - OME HD kit l Rusty's .25" strut spacer l 255/75R17 l Spidertrax spacers all around l Powerwire l K&N CAI l JK MOAB black wheels l Rola Rack with Yakima spare tire mount system l 4xGuard belly skid l 4xGuard Rocker Guards
335I M Sport (e93) - plenty of mods so far :)
Originally Posted by EagleRiverDee
it appears that REAL Jeeps leak fluids everywhere, spend more time parked in pieces than being driven, rust completely through the floor boards, gauges don't work, heaters don't work etc...
Where at in Northern Md?? I'm always lookin for new wheelin buddies. I'm in western Md myself
greenridge state park. 18-mile orv trail. pretty easy, but fun, 'specially after it rains. gets good and muddy. its in flintstone, md, out 68. shoot me a pm or email email@example.com if you wanna hit it up sometime, or have a better spot...