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    Hoser - Canadian imported TJ

    Turns out my new rig was built in Canada, and was imported here a couple of years ago. So I find it proper to be nick named “Hoser.”

    Those of you that are hockey fans will get it.

    Notice the “TJ” badging in the side.
    The wrangler name couldn’t be used by jeep in Canada, so the sold them as Jeep TJ’s instead.

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    Its a good start. Lots of room to play on the jeep still, and I couldn’t pass up the deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jheapr View Post
    “Hoser.” Those of you that are hockey fans will get it.
    Or fans of Bob (Rick Moranis) and Doug McKenzie (Dave Thomas).

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    I like the name you came up with eh! and nice find on that TJ it looks pretty clean for a Canadian jeep . ( rust free)

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    Yep. We lived with the YJ and TJ. Was never sure why we couldn’t use wrangler until the JK model. BTW all west coast vehicles are rust free. I did come from the rust belt (Ottawa) and couldn’t believe the pristine condition of vehicles on Vancouver Island. I live on an island in the Pacific Ocean, with a palm tree and bamboo in my backyard, and I live in Canada. WTF! I


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    I just ordered my new Motobilt stubby bumper. Great quality, American made, and superior customer service. Very excited to get this in and installed!

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    Holy crap that thing is clean, nice find

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Holy crap that thing is clean, nice find
    Thank you sir! I’ve got a thread I post more scenic shots in called “wheeling the 4 corners”, give it a look!

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    Great machine


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    Cleared and installed my new Motobilt bumper yesterday! Love the quality.
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    Poser pics to show off the new product
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    The clear coat ended up not sticking too well, and after a serious snow storm some surface rust was showing on the bumper. So I re-shot it over the weekend with a can of Hammered Flat Black spray paint.
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    Re wired the winch, tightened some bolts. Moab this weekend!


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