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  • I got my Jeep!!!

    hey all,
    just wanted to share the big news..... Ive added another Jeep to the collection!!!!! shes sweet....... (sorry about the shadows!!)

    1977 Jeep Wagoneer (full-size 360ci V

    1979 Jeep Cherokee Chief.... (full-size 360ci V

    1987 Jeep Cherokee Larado....(first year of the 4.0 inline 6)

    and my "new" baby..... a 2001 Jeep Wrangler Sport (4.0L I6 31x10.5 Goodyear AT..)

    needless to say, I like Jeeps .....
    -Frogger

  • #2
    Sweet car
    You've got to try to find what's right before your eyes-Finger Eleven


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    • #3
      '97 wrangler...good choice.
      sold my '98 hardtop last year...definitely a fun ride!

      because you're a jeep freak, check out my friends business...
      www.4wheelersmarket.com
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      I'm looking for anything and everything Air 21 related

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      • #4
        Gotta luv dem JEEPS I have

        1 '01' Chreokee Classic
        1 '99' Wrangler Hardtop

        Looking at the LWB '05' Wrangler.

        Aldo

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        • #5
          HELL YEAH my man!! The TJs are a nice Jeep. Im an owner of a 98 Sahara hardtop. I love it and it gets me anywhere I need to go. My whole family is full of Jeeps. My mom has an 04 KJ Sport (Liberty) and my dad has an 00 XJ Sport (Cherokee). I'm hoping to sell the piece of junk 1985 Toyota Supra I have to clear out space for possibly a 70s or 80s CJ. I'd really like a Commanche though. The other more likely possibility is getting a mid 90s Grand Cherokee.

          Anyway, got any plans for your 01 TJ? I'm assuming it has a 5 spd and DANA 44, am I right? Did you get both tops or just the hardtop? Enough questions for now, just get out there and enjoy that 4WD machine!
          It's a Jeep thing, you wouldn't understand.

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          • #6
            JJR i'm not having a grumble directly at you but, i feel that unless your a farmer or you toe heavy loads you should not be aloud to own a 4*4. look at the fuel consumption of a 4*4 enough to run 2 standard cars. Their so dangerous as well a head on with somebody on the road in a suitable car i know who will come off second best. Surely people realise that fuel is a finite source, and 4*4 don't really belong in the city?

            I'm sorry i just think if people had a bit more respect for their planet and the people that live on it, only people would buy a 4*4 who actually need them practically as opposed to someone who buys 1 soley to boost their ego.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by steve181
              JJR i'm not having a grumble directly at you but, i feel that unless your a farmer or you toe heavy loads you should not be aloud to own a 4*4. look at the fuel consumption of a 4*4 enough to run 2 standard cars. Their so dangerous as well a head on with somebody on the road in a suitable car i know who will come off second best. Surely people realise that fuel is a finite source, and 4*4 don't really belong in the city?

              I'm sorry i just think if people had a bit more respect for their planet and the people that live on it, only people would buy a 4*4 who actually need them practically as opposed to someone who buys 1 soley to boost their ego.
              Just another 'utopian, quasi-socialist, "let the goverment decide what is best for me" repsonse that I would expect from a Kiwi..

              Aldo

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              • #8
                Originally posted by steve181
                JJR i'm not having a grumble directly at you but, i feel that unless your a farmer or you toe heavy loads you should not be aloud to own a 4*4. look at the fuel consumption of a 4*4 enough to run 2 standard cars. Their so dangerous as well a head on with somebody on the road in a suitable car i know who will come off second best. Surely people realise that fuel is a finite source, and 4*4 don't really belong in the city?

                I'm sorry i just think if people had a bit more respect for their planet and the people that live on it, only people would buy a 4*4 who actually need them practically as opposed to someone who buys 1 soley to boost their ego.
                While most SUV's are used for nothing.. seems to me that people who own Jeeps, wranglers in particular, actualy take them offroading and to places where 4x4 is required. And.. i've ridden in wranglers.. and their cool as shite

                -Adam

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by steve181
                  JJR i'm not having a grumble directly at you but, i feel that unless your a farmer or you toe heavy loads you should not be aloud to own a 4*4. look at the fuel consumption of a 4*4 enough to run 2 standard cars. Their so dangerous as well a head on with somebody on the road in a suitable car i know who will come off second best. Surely people realise that fuel is a finite source, and 4*4 don't really belong in the city?

                  I'm sorry i just think if people had a bit more respect for their planet and the people that live on it, only people would buy a 4*4 who actually need them practically as opposed to someone who buys 1 soley to boost their ego.
                  Steve, Im not pointing any fingers at you, but not everyone in the world lives in a city..... we (my family) have over 150 acres of farmland just 15 miles from my appartment.... as for the jeep using a finate fuel??? look at jets man!!! they are getting better, but I put more fuel on 1 flight from albany to atlanta than I think my little jeep will "ever" use....(4,100 US Gallons DAL 727 man I miss the lil 3 holers!!!) I currently have just the wrangler, and my motorcycle on the road..as I use the older jeeps to just have as "field cars" If I remember correctly, you took up the same arguement against AEAGLE40 a few months back when he got his Sahara, and I was indeed halfway expecting a negitive input by you.... theres alot worse things going on then people driving wranglers..... I still get around 20 miles per gallon, and its not big like an H2 or even a fullsize pickup....
                  I feel like im a little kid, defending his new toy in a school yard, but I indeed see it from your point of view, and I hope you can meet us halfway, because I always "tread lightly" and If I ever saw you walking down the road in a rain storm Id stop and offer you a ride in my "gas guzzler".... the question is, would you be able to swallow enough pride to let yourself get in????
                  -Jeremiah (woah Im usin my real name!!!)

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by steve181
                    JJR i'm not having a grumble directly at you but, i feel that unless your a farmer or you toe heavy loads you should not be aloud to own a 4*4. look at the fuel consumption of a 4*4 enough to run 2 standard cars. Their so dangerous as well a head on with somebody on the road in a suitable car i know who will come off second best. Surely people realise that fuel is a finite source, and 4*4 don't really belong in the city?

                    I'm sorry i just think if people had a bit more respect for their planet and the people that live on it, only people would buy a 4*4 who actually need them practically as opposed to someone who buys 1 soley to boost their ego.
                    Who are you to tell people what they should or shouldn't buy

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by UFOSPACE99
                      Originally posted by steve181
                      JJR i'm not having a grumble directly at you but, i feel that unless your a farmer or you toe heavy loads you should not be aloud to own a 4*4. look at the fuel consumption of a 4*4 enough to run 2 standard cars. Their so dangerous as well a head on with somebody on the road in a suitable car i know who will come off second best. Surely people realise that fuel is a finite source, and 4*4 don't really belong in the city?

                      I'm sorry i just think if people had a bit more respect for their planet and the people that live on it, only people would buy a 4*4 who actually need them practically as opposed to someone who buys 1 soley to boost their ego.
                      Just another 'utopian, quasi-socialist, "let the goverment decide what is best for me" repsonse that I would expect from a Kiwi..

                      Aldo
                      Dickhead

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by steve181
                        JJR i'm not having a grumble directly at you but, i feel that unless your a farmer or you toe heavy loads you should not be aloud to own a 4*4. look at the fuel consumption of a 4*4 enough to run 2 standard cars. Their so dangerous as well a head on with somebody on the road in a suitable car i know who will come off second best. Surely people realise that fuel is a finite source, and 4*4 don't really belong in the city?

                        I'm sorry i just think if people had a bit more respect for their planet and the people that live on it, only people would buy a 4*4 who actually need them practically as opposed to someone who buys 1 soley to boost their ego.
                        "That's justa bunch of tree-hugging hippie crap" - Cartman
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                        • #13
                          sorry to cause all this hate and discontent.... next time Ill get a scooter....

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by JJR
                            sorry to cause all this hate and discontent.... next time Ill get a scooter....
                            lmao

                            Jeeps are nice.
                            "The Director also sets the record straight on what would happen if oxygen masks were to drop from the ceiling: The passengers freak out with abandon, instead of continuing to chat amiably, as though lunch were being served, like they do on those in-flight safety videos."

                            -- The LA Times, in a review of 'Flightplan'

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                            • #15
                              Man your Jeep rocks!

                              And for people who say they don't need SUVs....Let them come to Erie, PA in December with their sedans and sports cars!!

                              You'll be running to the nearest SUV 4x4 dealership in no time!

                              -Pete
                              Pete Ganabathi
                              Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

                              Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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