Current and former Jeep owners

MoaKane

Well-Known Member
First Name
Jeff
Joined
Jul 22, 2018
Messages
113
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218
Location
Hickory NC
Vehicle(s)
2006 LJ Rubicon, 2005 LJ Unlimited, 2018 Audi Q3
Happy to report my latest addition is coming along. Remind me not to buy a black gladiator! Alot more work to be done. Genright fenders, bumpers, rockers, change all the lights, seats..... it just keeps going

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DMC1

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Joined
Aug 13, 2017
Messages
224
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241
Location
Southeast
Vehicle(s)
2020 JLU Rubicon 2020 JT Rubicon
Occupation
Professional
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I will be keeping my 2013 JK and my 2017 Tacoma TRD.
 

MeanMrWolf

Member
First Name
Lance
Joined
Jan 11, 2019
Messages
6
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5
Location
Markham, On
Vehicle(s)
2016 Jeep Cherokee TrailHawk
I’m running a lifted, modded 2016 Cherokee TrailHawk. It’s fun taking it out on the trails and showing the Wranglers up/that the “car” is able to run technical trails well.

I’ve got a handful of years left on this, but seriously considering the JT as my next vehicle. Especially if they option the PHEV powertrain as well. I could run full electric around town and gas for highway and trail running.

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BLK HOLE

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First Name
Zach
Joined
Jun 6, 2019
Messages
723
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1,127
Location
San Antonio
Vehicle(s)
2020 JTR, 2012 JKUR
Vehicle Showcase
1
I kept my JK. 2 completely different experiences.


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PhotoWrangler

Member
First Name
Christopher
Joined
Jul 17, 2020
Messages
24
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29
Location
Texas
Vehicle(s)
JT
We've owned:

2003 TJ (blue)
2013 JK (black)
2014 JKU (white)
2014 JK (gray)
2014 JK (black)
1997 TJ (current)

And we just added the JT. The 97 TJ and this JT will be driven until their wheels fall off, the engine blocks crack, or until they become too expensive to repair.

I only hope the JT lasts as long as the TJ has, and that it's as easy to keep running. Those 4.0L engines in the TJ are extremely easy to keep running.
 

trust

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First Name
terry
Joined
Apr 30, 2020
Messages
142
Reaction score
121
Location
northern New Mexico
Vehicle(s)
1982 Jeep Scrambler, 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon
Occupation
Retired
Vehicle Showcase
1
74 cj 5 I bought new after a frame off restomod cir 1986 ish. Also an 83 SJ cherokee chief several j10s including two different 82 stepside and 89 mj wifes 16 renegade my 82 scrambler and now the gladiator.... grandson is lobbying for the scrambler so hell likely get it the rest were sold to fund their successor...

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trust

Well-Known Member
First Name
terry
Joined
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Messages
142
Reaction score
121
Location
northern New Mexico
Vehicle(s)
1982 Jeep Scrambler, 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon
Occupation
Retired
Vehicle Showcase
1
didnt get a good shot of the best of the bunch

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