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VBRUBICON'S JEEP
Year & Model  
2004 TJ Wrangler
Engine  
4.0
Transmission  
NV-3550
Transfer Case  
NP-241
Front Axle  
d44
Rear Axle  
d44
Gear Ratio  
4.10
Suspension  
2" bb, 1.25" bl
Tires  
285/75/16(33x11.5) Duratracs
Wheels  
Moab w/1.25" Spidertraxs
Recovery  
Come-along, couple o straps
Accessories  
Sacrifficial AC oba w/5 gal tank
Future Mods  
Winch, Full Savvy UA, real 4" lift, 35's
 
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JEEP HISTORY
My earliest memory was being strapped in a
car seat in the back of my father's CJ-7.
It was probably somewhere around 1990,
gorgeous summer evening, listening to
"You can't hurry love", just
crusing the strip as we're all too
familiar with here in Virginia Beach.
I honestly have very few memories
anywhere near that age, let alone with
that much detail. It's strange how
somethings stick with you like that.
Thinking about it now, it makes sense.
You would tend to retain things that
stimulate the senses. The smell of the
ocean, the topless jeep breeze, and Phil
Collins combined the innocence of being 5
would undoubtedly make the cut. Don't we
all wish we could just go back and
perpetually live in that moment? :-) Of
course I didn't know it at the time, but
Jeep was in my blood. My dad and four
older sibilings had gone through who knows
how many CJ-5s and 7s before I was born.
Growing up in the late 80's early 90's my
first jeep was of course made by
Fisher-Price. The first, and best of
course, red Powerwheel! My dad crammed a
fullsize battery under the hood. My
first JEEP JEEP was a '89(i think) stock
red cherokee. I don't really recall it's
fate but I know it ended up being my
younger brother's. He rolled it in our
high school parking lot f-ing off without
swaybars. From the cherokee, I bought a
'92 YJ. 4 cylinder. Yeah, yeah, never
again. :-) That's the Jeep with which I
learned the most and, as I'm sure is often
the case, totally f-ed it up. It's a
story in it's own but of course a long
one. Let's just say, it's when I learned
the term 'death wobble'. After the yj
was a '93 grand limited that I bought
wrecked from the front. Fixed(kinda
half-a$$ed) and sold within a
year. About two years ago my wife
totaled her dd and I finially got the
chance to get what I've really been
wanting for years. An '04 stock Rubicon.
It's still pretty much untouched for now
as it's her dd for at least another couple
of years. And the $$$$ thing of course.
My dd is a '92 xj that my wife bought when
we were in high school. I put a 3"
procomp kit on it not too long after she
bought it and just recently crammed 33's
under it. Does this "your jeep
history" section normally end up as a
"your life story"? Ha!

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Mr. Madison, what you've just said ... is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

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