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    Default New guy question

    Hey all,
    I'm new here. Not really new to 'wheeling, but new to this form. Quick question for all those out there.

    What do you all wheel?

    Am I an odd-ball cause I wheel a full-size Chevy, or does this form have more than just Jeepers?

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    There is only one mod that has a heep.
    Fair mix of yota's and jeeps with and a decent showing of full sizer's.
    Definitly not a jeep only forum,some of us actually can't stand them.
    An armed society is a polite society.

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    Welcome to the forum.... from the one and only Jeep mod. :D
    Redneck.. Blue Collar.

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    Smith just wishes he owned a Jeep. Welcome BTW.

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    wheel whatever you got ...welcome
    ......I didn't get a Jeep to go fast......
    "Jeep is the only true American sports car."-Enzo Ferrari

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    Welcome to ENH ! wheel what ever,but i am bias to Jeeps !

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    Welcome aboard.

    And me wishing I had a jeep....

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    Welcome

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    Welcome to ENH. I'm bias to Jeeps as well, but I do believe there are acouple chevys around here.
    :Angle:

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    Welcome -- Best plow truck I ever had was a K20, best all around 4x4 I ever had was a 68 Dodge Power Wagon (wish I still had it), now I'm very happy with my Toyota FJ Cruiser. It ain't about what you drive, it's where you go with it and your driving skills.
    2010 FJ Cruiser, OEM brush guard, OEM rock rails, 33" All Terrain Tires, 3" ProComp lift, Ricochet skid plates, A Trac, rear locker, AllPro front bumper with Warn 9500XP winch, Cobra CB Radio

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    Welcome. I'm more proud of owning my Samurai than my XJ. :D
    Insanity has replaced reason in the modification of my vehicles.


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    That my friend is a very good question. I like wheeling a fullsize rig although a six foot bed would be nice. Welcome to the site.
    Theslug-1978 f250, 300/6, 4 speed, np205, dana 44 front-60 rear, open diffs, home made 4" lift, custom front bumper, warn 8,000 lb winch, 35" boggers, Dents are just untold stories.

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    WELCOME ABOARD....im one those fullsize guys!

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    Welcome aboard! I'm building up a WJ but doesn't mean I'm Jeep-only.

    Actually, my favorite off-roader that I've owned so far was a '92 Isuzu Amigo. What a fun rig that was to wheel!

    So...yeah....Wheel what ya' got!
    Jeremy

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    Welcome!
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