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Old 04-14-2019, 08:39 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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I read the other day that 75% of all JEEPs were still on the road.

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Now that's funny Danny! I think what you mean by the other 75% is that they are still off road having fun and that the 25% were wannabe off-roaders. I own a Jeep and Ram 2500 and love them both and both get me where ever I need to go. But that is funny for sure.
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JEEP- Just Empty Every Pocket
FORD- First On Race Day
GMC- Garage man's companion
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Im still enjoying my 02. Biggest problem is not driving it enough. Best ride I ever owned.
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I had a peculiar one. I have a Rialta motorhome (Winnebago on a VW eurovan chassis.) The automatic door locks are unique. When you unlock one with the key, all three doors (both cab doors and the coach door) unlock. Lock the same way...lock one, you lock them all. Didn't use the rig for a while, and didn't realize my battery maintainer had failed. When the battery failed, the doors wouldn't unlock....even with a key....the key simply wouldn't turn. Fortunately, I had it set up so the pigtail for the battery maintainer stuck out the side of the hood by a couple of inches so I could unplug it without opening the hood. Went and bought another maintainer, and as soon as I plugged it in, the doors unlocked. I don't know what I'd have had to do if I hadn't had a way to recharge the battery without opening the hood....hood release is inside the cab.
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I've had two JEEPs in my life, the latest for over 10 years. I don't think I'll ever get another brand. Living in the Great Northern Wasteland, you need to have a reliable way to get home when the farging roads take the day off due to a snow day.
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New in August Chrysler 300 luxury edition.. Since I got a lot worst with my terminal illness it hasn't been driven but 1400 hundred miles. sits in the garage..
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OLDMAN5050, sorry to hear about your health issues. Have a few minor ones myself. Back the car out of the garage and let it run for 10-15 minutes or get someone to drive it to circulate the tranny fluid. Not good to let an internal combustion engine sit for long periods. Speaking from experience.
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I read the other day that 75% of all JEEPs were still on the road.

25% actually made it home.


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Now that's funny Danny! I think what you mean by the other 75% is that they are still off road having fun and that the 25% were wannabe off-roaders. I own a Jeep and Ram 2500 and love them both and both get me where ever I need to go. But that is funny for sure.
News blurb on radio- 85% of the four wheel drive vehicles never leave pavement. At least deliberately.
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