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The Jeep Experience Newsletter, Issue #024
February 03, 2010
Hi ,

Spring is so close I can almost taste it!

Okay...I know it's only early February...but I've already had my fill of Winter. Those of you who live in the Northern climates may not have any early Spring-like weather like we do in Texas...but then again you are probably acclimated to your region anyway...or NOT!!!

On Christmas Eve (2009) we had a pretty good snow and ice storm here that left us with a very rare white Christmas...which promptly melted away. However, at the height of the snow storm I got the Comanche out in all it's 4x4 glory and it performed flawlessly (not that I expected anything less...ha!)

So, I hope that no matter what the conditions are where you live you are enjoying your Jeep, or at least dreaming about getting one soon.

Now let's take a look at some Jeeps submitted by readers who are rightfully proud of their rigs.

Readers Jeeps of the Month

Frank's MUTT M151A2 Military Jeep..Click Photo for More Info

Joe's nice '06 Wrangler TJ..Click Photo to See More Info

John's Fiberglass Body '74 CJ5...Original or Not?...Click the Photo for More Info

Steve's beauty, a 1994 Wrangler YJ...Click the Photo for More Info

Mike's Potty Training '94 Wrangler YJ...Click the Photo for More!

What's New at 4 The Love of Jeeps Headquarters

I am often asked specific questions regarding how to fix or maintain a which I try to answer these questions to the best of my knowledge.

The single most important piece of advise I can give to anyone owning or buying a Jeep is this: Always buy the repair manual specific to the Jeep you own.

Haynes or Chiltons manuals are the simplest and most available books around for this purpose. Even if you are not a "do-it-yourself" kind of person it can't hurt to have a good reference manual for your particular Jeep application.

I always get the repair manual (I prefer Haynes, but Chiltons is good also) for any used vehicle I purchase.

For around $20 bucks or less you can have a lot of information at your fingertips regarding your specific rig. I order my manuals from Amazon, or get them at my nearest Pep Boys or other major auto parts store locally.

Now...maybe you can help me. I have lately been pondering the pros and cons of joining a Jeep Club. If you belong to a Jeep club...or have been a member at one time or another...would you please take the time to email me at Contact Me and tell me if you've had a good, bad or indifferent experience with a particular club. You don't need to name the club if you don't want to.

One more thing...don't forget to get your Jeep photo and, used, beater, project or any other condition...on the Love of Jeeps website by choosing the category that best reflects your Jeep here at Submit Your Jeep...and I will consider it for the website.

Lastly, (I really mean it this time) are Jeep Wrangler and CJ owners "Stuck-up"? Check out my take on the "Jeep Wave", and let me know what you think by contacting me.

So until next time remember...your Jeep was never meant to be a submarine! Jeep safely.


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