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Graeman

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I traded in my 16 Cherokee Trailhawk for a 17 Jeep JK Rubicon about a month ago and couldn't be happier. I did like my TrailHawk, but I've always wanted a Wrangler and one popped up at a local car lot with 10K miles and I jumped on it.

So far I have only done a few interior mods and I think I will leave it pretty well stock other then some 33's when the Mud Terrain's are done., but time will tell. I like to find a factory metal Rubicon bumper ;)

Now the plan is to figure out some good storage options and sort out how I want to mount my comms gear.



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bfoster

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Lolly Ln, Saint Johns, FL, USA
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Welcome! Nice looking rig! Where are you going "out West"?
Hey Greg, thanks! Love to see a lot of places, I've traveled the world but haven't seen much of the US. One of the first big trips we want to do is to go through Colorado and into Utah. I would also like to hit Overland Expo West, not sure if we will do that one first or Utah, I don't think we can do both and still have time to stop and see things. I've been trying to plan some routes to get an idea of how much time we'll need. Neither of us can really take more than 2 weeks off at one time. Another trip I'd like is to head up into South Dakota and maybe do a circle through Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
 

Greg Eigsti

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Hey Greg, thanks! Love to see a lot of places, I've traveled the world but haven't seen much of the US. One of the first big trips we want to do is to go through Colorado and into Utah. I would also like to hit Overland Expo West, not sure if we will do that one first or Utah, I don't think we can do both and still have time to stop and see things. I've been trying to plan some routes to get an idea of how much time we'll need. Neither of us can really take more than 2 weeks off at one time. Another trip I'd like is to head up into South Dakota and maybe do a circle through Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
Montana and Idaho are great! I make it to Montana just about every year for adventures in the Rockies - this year will be Nevada however. Colorado and Utah are definitely on the list. Sounds like a great time; enjoy! Let me know if you head out Seattle way.
 
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