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Old 11-16-2013, 04:40 PM   #1
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Let's see some Jeeps

After watching this thread since it started I now have the need to see the Jeeps some of you guys haul around, I love Jeeps, always have and always will, I like them lifted with bigger than stock tires but I look at all of them, well most of them, not thrilled with the Grand Cherokees, compass or patriots.

If we didn't pull a toy hauler and a BBQ vending trailer and didn't need a truck I would also have a 4 door JK, someday maybe.

This is mine, a 83 CJ7 with a 1978 351 Windsor and automatic transmission, 4 inch lift, 33" tires, full roll cage and rock sliders, no carpet, no hard top and no doors.

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Old 11-16-2013, 04:49 PM   #2
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Hers mine, had it out to Az and Ut. this fall (moab) and had a ball!
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Old 11-16-2013, 04:58 PM   #3
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Old 11-16-2013, 05:02 PM   #4
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Here's my toad...... But since this photo I added a 2" lift
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We should lift ours so we wouldn't have to use an 8" drop hitch.
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Old 11-16-2013, 05:07 PM   #6
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Here's mine in the Black Hills of SD. Well........its Jeep Like.
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Old 11-16-2013, 05:15 PM   #7
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'04 Wrangler TJ

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Old 11-16-2013, 05:17 PM   #8
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Here's mine in the Black Hills of SD. Well........its Jeep Like.
Jeeps won the war. Hondas mow your grass. Toyotas make tree huggers happy!
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JK. Stock. But not babied or prestine like some I have seen.

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Our trip to OR and WA from East Tx, a shot from the Oregon coastline. Mamas new 2013 unlimited my new toad .

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That was the main reason for my lift DW didn't want it lifted but ooh well it's only 2" just enough to make the tow bar level
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Our 2011 JK 2 door. 488 gears and eaton E locker in the front, LS diff in rear. One inch lift in front, just to make it sit level. Stock tires and wheels for now. And a few other mods that would bore Most RVers.
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Built this one from the ground up, 30 years ago. Started with a 46' CJ 2A. It ended up with a new body, a rebuilt V6 liberated from a 60s era Buick, an interior taken from a wrecked Honda Civic and countless other parts repurposed into one cool Jeep. It's just one of the vehicles I've owned over the years I wish I still had. The current ride is a 2012 Wrangler Unlimited purchased after our '07 Rubicon was totaled by some ditzy 20 something in too big of a hurry. Unfortunately I could not find another Rubicon on short notice and ended up with an "Altitude" edition Sahara. In less than one month's time I had replaced the stock 3.21 gears with 4.10s and had installed electric lockers front and rear, restoring some of the Rubicon's capability.
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Built this one from the ground up, 30 years ago. Started with a 46' CJ 2A. It ended up with a new body, a rebuilt V6 liberated from a 60s era Buick, an interior taken from a wrecked Honda Civic and countless other parts repurposed into one cool Jeep. It's just one of the vehicles I've owned over the years I wish I still had. The current ride is a 2012 Wrangler Unlimited purchased after our '07 Rubicon was totaled by some ditzy 20 something in too big of a hurry. Unfortunately I could not find another Rubicon on short notice and ended up with an "Altitude" edition Sahara. In less than one month's time I had replaced the stock 3.21 gears with 4.10s and had installed electric lockers front and rear, restoring some of the Rubicon's capability.
Now that's a real Jeep, just like the ones that won the war.
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