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ill post them as soon as my camera charges. It is a bumpier ride....


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Old 03-28-2010, 05:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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ill post them as soon as my camera charges. It is a bumpier ride.


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Old 03-28-2010, 05:21 PM   #12 (permalink)
 
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i also have JKS bar pin eliminators, front discos, rear addco sway bar
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Do WJ's have some take off speed? A buddy of mine years ago had one and he got on it a couple of times and damn it took off.


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yea they come with some pretty powerful engines.


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Anthony,

that is how I want my WJ to sit. I think 2-3" is perfect for a WJ. Hopefully Ill be ordering mine soon


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Do WJ's have some take off speed? A buddy of mine years ago had one and he got on it a couple of times and damn it took off.
Depending on what engine they have (either the 4.0, 4.7 or 4.7HO) they can easily be built up to be damn powerful. Both low-end and HP


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Couldnt help but notice, some of you guys have 2wd Jeeps.. Shame on you... shame on you !!! I mean why would you buy a Jeep that cant run in 4WD... Uhg that makes me sick sorry lol
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Well I got my jeep when my sister moved from Southern California. No need for 4wd in Orange County. Trust me, I'm counting the months till I can get a new car


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Well I got my jeep when my sister moved from Southern California. No need for 4wd in Orange County. Trust me, I'm counting the months till I can get a new car
!?!?!? Some of the best jeeping is within an hour of you (OK, 2 with SoCal traffic)! San Bernadino Mtn's have some great trails.


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Well I got my jeep when my sister moved from Southern California. No need for 4wd in Orange County. Trust me, I'm counting the months till I can get a new car
Tell me you're just kidding!! You have trails rated from easy to difficult all over So-Cal. Most people back east would kill to have what we have here in the southwest.

Check out the Charles A. Wells book....

"Guide To Southern California Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails"


He lists 75 trails in So-Cal in 10 different areas. North of LA around Santa Barbra and Hungry Valley there are 8 trails listed. Just west of LA, in the San Bernadino/Inland Empire area, there are 5 trails listed. Check out a Jeep, or other SUV club and you'll find even more trails!!

Oh, and you don't even have to buy his books!! You can download a map with GPS waypoints for all of his trails in all of his books for free HERE.

Here's an example... just north of Azusa between Hwy 39 and Hwy 2 is Wells #27 Rincon~Shortcut Road rated easy:


Owning a Jeep isn't about needing 4wd in town. It's all about where it can take you >>>> off the beaten path. My wife and I have never owned a truck until we bought our first Jeep, a new '99 TJ. We've been going off road ever since. We've been places in Arizona, Colorado, Utah and California and seen things most people can't begin to imagine that exists.

All the places in the pics below can be reached in a 2wd Jeep or other SUV with good A/T tires. It's a Jeep... get out and use it!!

Monument Valley, AZ...



The Painted Desert north of Cameron, AZ....



Grand Canyon Toroweep Overlook, less than 5,000 people a year visit here. It's an easy 60 mile drive on a dirt road to get there....





It's 3,000 feet above the Colorado River and 1 mile wide here (check out the woman sitting in the upper left corner of the picture for some perspective)....



A remote part of Southern Utah....



High in the San Juan Mountains of SW Colorado near Telluride and Ouray....



Above the tree line at 11,000 feet....


Well, you get the idea. Hmmmm.... do you think I can get a job in Jeep's PR department??


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