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    Iím back!!!

    In 2017 I had to let go of my JK, as well as an 85 CJ7. Iím happy to say that a few weeks ago, I was able to get back into a Jeep. Itís a 2001 TJ Sport. Itís a different animal compared to my old JKR, but itís plenty capable. Iím excited to be a part of this community again. Iíve been on a few runs years ago. They were a blast and an awesome learning experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limpinlobster View Post
    In 2017 I had to let go of my JK, as well as an 85 CJ7. Iím happy to say that a few weeks ago, I was able to get back into a Jeep. Itís a 2001 TJ Sport. Itís a different animal compared to my old JKR, but itís plenty capable. Iím excited to be a part of this community again. Iíve been on a few runs years ago. They were a blast and an awesome learning experience.

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    Welcome from Utah! Good looking TJ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Welcome from Utah! Good looking TJ!
    Hey, thanks. This may sound crazy but seeing that you're from Utah, I've never been to Moab. What would you recommend for a first trail?

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    Iím back!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Limpinlobster View Post
    Hey, thanks. This may sound crazy but seeing that you're from Utah, I've never been to Moab. What would you recommend for a first trail?
    Man thatís a long list lol. Being that youíll be experiencing slickrock for the first time (donít be fooled by the name, itís got an insane amount of traction when itís dry) I would recommend getting comfortable on a trail like Finsíníthings or even hells revenge. Big domes with long ascents and descents. And a few spots where youíll encounter ledges that you have to bump your way up. Starting in March I spend quite a lot of time down there being that itís only a few hours drive for me. Let me know if you decide to plan a trip and Iíll clear out a couple days to show you around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Man thatís a long list lol. Being that youíll be experiencing slickrock for the first time (donít be fooled by the name, itís got an insane amount of traction when itís dry) I would recommend getting comfortable on a trail like Finsíníthings or even hells revenge. Big domes with long ascents and descents. And a few spots where youíll encounter ledges that you have to bump your way up. Starting in March I spend quite a lot of time down there being that itís only a few hours drive for me. Let me know if you decide to plan a trip and Iíll clear out a couple days to show you around.
    Sweet!!! thanks for the advice. If I plan anything that way I'll be sure to give you a heads up.

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    That's a nice TJ you got, it looks brand new. Welcome back to the jeep world for Canada

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    Welcome to Wayalife from Montana! glad to hear that youíre back in a Jeep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteMetal View Post
    That's a nice TJ you got, it looks brand new. Welcome back to the jeep world for Canada

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    Thanks, the previous owner took damn good care of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    Welcome to Wayalife from Montana! glad to hear that youíre back in a Jeep!
    Very much appreciated.

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    Welcome back to Wayalife👋

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