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Old 05-03-2014, 10:29 PM
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Hey guys I just would like to introduce myself. I am a local Jeeper in Calvert County Maryland, Specifically Saint Leonard if any of you know where that is... But anyways Hi. A little of my background, I am 17 a local high school student. Just bought my first car last year and decided to go with a Jeep. Best thing I ever did in my life! I'm addicted I love it! So far in a years span I have completely redone my interior put in a new distributor, new spark plugs, new battery, new everything basically in the engine compartment. Then I decided that I wanted to get into the offroading scene. I needed new shocks and coils anyways so I decided to put a 2.5 inch rough country lift on it and I put on 31"s as my first step. I eventually want to put on 33"s. I also have a 0.5" inch body lift that the jeep formerly came with. This gives me the clearance for 33"s but I want to wear down these 31"s first. Simple as it is I sit on a 1999 Tj Wrangler with a 2.5" SL and a 0.5" BL, 4.0 Liter In-Line 6. I cant wait to meet you guys and see your jeeps and go wheeling with you all!!! Thanks -Alex

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Old 05-04-2014, 09:00 AM
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I see you found your way on.

You should try and attend the 101 course which is being organized now. Will be a good way to meet people and a good learning experience.

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Old 05-04-2014, 02:33 PM
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I see you found your way on.

You should try and attend the 101 course which is being organized now. Will be a good way to meet people and a good learning experience.

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Is the 101 Course online in the forums or is it you know around the area?
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Old 05-05-2014, 07:06 PM
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We are working on setting it up. Hopping to hold it at some local privately owned property. Keep an eye out on the forum for the thread.
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Old 05-07-2014, 08:22 PM
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We are working on setting it up. Hopping to hold it at some local privately owned property. Keep an eye out on the forum for the thread.
Cool that's great! I cant wait! Also when is the May meeting? Shouldn't it be next Wednesday? I took off so I could come over and meet you all...
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