I shipped my 08 Rubi on Nov 11 to Korea. And I picked it up this morning! It is already christmas eve here so i got a great present! Also opened a gift from my girl friend and she got me a daystar tray already,lol. She has become a Jeep Girl in training
12-23-2007 09:37 PM
awesome!! Congrats on all accounts...
12-24-2007 04:15 AM
Congrats!!! Stay safe over there. WHere you stationed at? I forget what the name of the camp I was at when there. Up by the DMZ. Only for a month. But still...
Take some pics of the Jeep around the country...:thumbsup:
12-24-2007 04:58 AM
I am stationed done in Seoul. I am a 11B out of place here. Not too many down here.
I added the Daystar replacement panel today and it looks ok , but the gap it leaves around the edges lessens the factory look. Added a couple of pieces of sticky pad and it should be good to go!
12-24-2007 05:35 AM
Merry Christmas give our best to KJI. You at Yongsong? Not really a bad place to be. Osan/Humphries could be better. I got back from another 2 week TDY a few months ago. I go over @ twice a year (DOD Civilian). I'm not sure I would have brought the Jeep over there. Driving over there is a real challange to say the least. It makes traffic in the D.C. area look like a walk in the park. Kind of hard to do any off roading isn't it? I guess you could go mud boggin in some of the rice patties over near Kimpo.....lotta mud flats over there...especially when the tide is out...lol. Could do some trail riding up near the Z....Anyway, thanks for all you do. I appreciate you being there.:cheers2:
12-24-2007 05:56 AM
Seoul is great. Traffic is thick but driving it is kinda fun. I grow up driving in Dallas, just like home, except no one gets too upset about being cut-off and noone gets shot.
It was a jeep or the truck I traded for it. A 06 Dodge 3500 4x4 diesel quad cab on 35s. Jeep easier to drive here. Plus I have my Harley if traffic gets that thick.