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My take on Jeep

posted 8/26/2009 12:40:45 PM |
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It's one of the best vehicles ever made.
Great for winter driving
Feel more secure in them
Take a lot to break them down
Oh hell....I just like Jeeps.

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Aug 26 @ 12:47PM  
I bet my GMC Jimmy can out do your Jeep.................wait a don't have a jeep anymore...........right? Damn now I know for sure my Jimmy can beet your Jeep................

Aug 26 @ 12:50PM  
I guess this is schlepping for automakers by unpaid spokespersons day.

Aug 26 @ 12:50PM  
I had a CJ7 for 11 years. Two problems with them from my perspective.
One was that the single layer of metal on the body rusted through, I could see the road through the holes as it got older.
Two was that it tended to swap ends in the winter. The first time was on a snow covered road and it 'felt funny' so I wiggled the steering wheel a bit to test the traction and ended up fishtailing back and forth until I hit the gravel on the shoulder and stopped. I was going pretty slow too. Another time I hit black ice on the freeway and again stopped on the shoulder facing oncoming traffic.

I might be tempted to get another as a second vehicle, especially if I had a place to take it off-roading. I would want one with a synthetic/fiberglass body and a longer wheelbase...and a roll cage.

Other than that it was a fun vehicle to drive though a bit noisy and towards the end cold as the holes let all the heat out.

Aug 26 @ 1:05PM  
Go Jeep!

Aug 26 @ 2:29PM  
I had a Jeep Liberty for a short time and it would go anywhere I tried to take it. Off roading ability was impressive. I had a a friend trying to get to my house in a mini van when we had 8" of wet heavy snow on the ground. She got off the edge of the road and sunk the passenger side up to the frame in the mud. I pulled her out of the mud with the snow piling up in front of the van and I had no tire spinning at all. I was awe struck. I currently have a Grand Cherokee with 114000 miles and have never had any kind of trouble in snow or ice.

Aug 26 @ 5:25PM  

Jeep ? Is that the one from Felix The Cat ?

Aug 26 @ 5:50PM  
I My JEEEEEEP! but I don't.. you know.. luv my jeep.

Aug 26 @ 7:31PM  
Ok Ewe, Ill take the challenge - you know mine does off road at the farm, we get a tad bit of snow up here, and it doesn't complain about the cold....unlike SOME people I know..

My '96 Grand Cherokee Laredo has well over 200,000 miles and is stock except for the radiator, water pump and struts. It also has the inline 6 and gets 21 on the highway. Couldn't trade it for a new one - got better mileage than the '09.

Aug 26 @ 7:33PM  
Better NO CAR, than a MOPAR!

Aug 26 @ 7:36PM  
Ok Ewe, Ill take the challenge - you know mine does off road at the farm, we get a tad bit of snow up here, and it doesn't complain about the cold....unlike SOME people I know..

I'll take that challenge............when the snow is deep ............but we need to have someone to hold the checkered flag............and you know how deep the snow gets Treas is out for that............she won't be able to see over the snowbanks...........

My Jimmy climbed mountain ridges when the snow was ass deep to a I am ready for your challenge.................and when we are done and I'm sitting on the finish line drinking hot coffee and watching you still fight with the snow..........don't be getting pissed...........just buy me dinner...................

Aug 26 @ 7:47PM  
Better NO CAR, than a MOPAR!

I know many people who own Jeeps and love them. As for other Chrysler products that is a far different matter. I bought a new 1995 Eagle Vision (the same thing as a Chrysler Concord or Dodge Intrepid). It reminded me of some of the women I had dated; good looking, fast and a delight to drive. But it was unreliable, broke down all of the time, and high maintenance. The damned thing was always in the shop. In the first 60 K the transmission had to be replaced, the electrical wiring harness fried twice, the water pump went out, plus a bunch of other crap I don't recall anymore. Fortunately I had an extended warranty and as soon as it lapsed, that vehicle was gone.

I tend to observe what vehicles come out and are popular but then disappear in a few years. That was one of them. Not so with Jeeps.

I have a joke for you. What do you call a Dodge Charger being driven by a whit guy?

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A police car!

Aug 26 @ 8:18PM  
I like fucking in Jeeps!

Aug 27 @ 9:56AM  
I'm game

Aug 27 @ 11:28AM  
Damn Griz! Those are the parts of My JCGL that are replaced as well.. cept for head/tail lights.. I bought it used ... a 95 and it was a rental car from Hertz. Yeah.. and all the trouble I've ever had was water pump and radiator. Yeah it could use some new shocks but it still doesn't jar your teeth too badly when you take it over corduroy roads.

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