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  1. #11
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    .....lovely.....
    Gabriel Suarez

    Turning Lambs into Lions Since 1995

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  2. #12
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    Badass Jeep, thankfully someone still appreciates the 2-Doors. My ‘14 is just plain fun to drive, and even stock there aren’t many places in the Midwest I can’t go. I just can’t carry much stuff.

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny C! View Post
    I can't argue with that, Gabe, but our 2 door rode like
    a brick. Going from that to our 4 door, is like riding
    in luxury, but it has the capability to go where I want
    it to go. But my road car is a Mercedes Wagon.

    We have a 4 wheeler & and airplane when we want
    to go "off road".

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    If you buy a Jeep, and complain about the ride, you’ve obviously missed the point? Same goes for a truck.

  4. #14
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    Hybrid?

    Iíll seek cover and concealment now

  5. #15
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    Nice ride Taipan and it looks Bad ASS! Welcome back to the Jeep club. You did have one before as I recall.

    Here is my JKU Roxie and I just bought an old military M101A1 trailer. The 2 door is better for wheelin for sure, but I do like 4 door as my daily driver and going off road with the family. I just used the trailer to haul some steel targets out into the desert to shoot with my daughter and her friend and it worked very well.

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    Don M.
    Scottsdale, AZ

    "Man's flight through life is sustained by the power of his knowledge"

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  6. #16
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    Yes...I like the trailer. It is just Shield Maiden and I now so no need for the extra doors. If I need to take extra stuff I can remove the second row of seats. I was looking at one of those Jeep Top tents for summer camping.
    Gabriel Suarez

    Turning Lambs into Lions Since 1995

    Suarez International USA Headquarters

  7. #17
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    Awesome! The possibilities are endless with Jeeps. I built this one for our emergency response team.







    "Ex Umbris Venimus"

  8. #18
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    Not really. We had the 2 door for about 14 years. It was great,
    but the 4 door just rides so much better.

    My first Jeep was a '42 ford. I sold that in the early '90s.
    I would love to have another one now.

    Beautiful rigs posted here.



    Quote Originally Posted by Vigilant View Post
    If you buy a Jeep, and complain about the ride, youíve obviously missed the point? Same goes for a truck.
    Last edited by Johnny C!; 01-14-2020 at 05:04 AM.
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  9. #19
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    I have an 03 TJ Rubicon as my serious/fun vehicle (have a vehicle addiction 3 cars and 2 bikes for me, 1 car and 1 bike for the XO, and the Govt. Ride) . I looked at the newer jeeps but still wanted the I-6 engine. Regeared to 5.13 and a 4spd auto it cruises at 80 and could climb a tree.

    If you are going Jeep you REALLY need to go Rubicon.

    I dont know if the hack extends to the newer models , but installing a couple of switches in the TJ allows you to select between front only, rear only, or both lockers , and allows you to engage lockers in 4 high or low up to any speed ( allows for but BE CAREFUL about the engagement). I used "safety" covered switches for this.

    Pulled the back seat and the dog loves it.
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  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastalcop View Post
    I have an 03 TJ Rubicon as my serious/fun vehicle (have a vehicle addiction 3 cars and 2 bikes for me, 1 car and 1 bike for the XO, and the Govt. Ride) . I looked at the newer jeeps but still wanted the I-6 engine. Regeared to 5.13 and a 4spd auto it cruises at 80 and could climb a tree.

    If you are going Jeep you REALLY need to go Rubicon.

    I dont know if the hack extends to the newer models , but installing a couple of switches in the TJ allows you to select between front only, rear only, or both lockers , and allows you to engage lockers in 4 high or low up to any speed ( allows for but BE CAREFUL about the engagement). I used "safety" covered switches for this.

    Pulled the back seat and the dog loves it.
    That's one thing I loved about my H3 Hummer Luxury, front and rear lockers and it cleared 35s with stock suspension.
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