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Thread: Hawaii Strikes Again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    that sucks.... but you are going to love the 2012
    that's what i was thinking - you're gonna love the 2012

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    Thanks guys I better start getting excited lol!

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    Just drove my new 2012 MW3 JKU home last night. While it was more bells and whistles than i wanted, I do love this jeep. The difference in the new transmission is night and day. I will post picks this afternoon. Thanks all for the encouragement.

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    WOW that sucks, I guess Im stuck on the isalnd forever cause no way can i just trade my rig in. Id loose A LOT of money!!! Did you look into a privite shipper or OPlift through the navy? Now im kinda thinking about what I might have to do to get the yeti off the island....what sucks even more is Oahu is the only island with recon

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    Talk to rich at ohana trails. He can help out with getting recon permit.

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