Love the show! I have been listening to back episodes all day at work for several weeks trying to catch up.
Got my first jeep, a 1980 CJ7 in the late 80s. Shortly after that my wife left me! So for several years after that I ran Toyota 4WD pickups and 4Runners instead! And wife version 2.0 stayed with me! But I never lost that loving feeling for jeeps.
Since I am now in my early 50s, I decided it was time for a mid-life crisis. But instead of having a fling with a younger woman, getting divorced and losing half of my life savings, I thought getting another jeep might be cheaper. Boy was I wrong!
I picked up an 02 TJ and am slowly upgrading it and making it mine. And wife version 2.0 is still with me! She has even ridden with me a few times in it, and actually doesn't hate it. And the comments about spending more money on "that damn jeep", are growing fewer and fewer! I picked a winner. Oh, and I picked a good wife 2.0 too. (Love ya honey.)
Anyway, love the show, the banter and the humor. Especially like the tech talks. I am going to hate getting caught up, as listening to the show really makes the day fly by. You guys (and lady) keep up the great work!
if you got an event coming up in your area.. lets get the word out! Whether it’s a show & Shine, a cruise in, a club run, a fundraiser, or a huge event like the easter Jeep Safari, LET US KNOW by giving us a call, OR send us an email to newstips@JeepTalkshow.com
Loving the new WJ section!
by Joe Safety on Aug 19, 2015
I love my XJ, but I’m growing on to my WJ real fast. Love the new WJ section to go along with all the other great programming! You do a great job, keep up the good work.
WranglerTalk– Wrenching on her Jeep – Tammy
Last week on Episode 189 I shared my removal of my factory rear bumper as I prepared my 2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon for the installation of my newBarricade Trailforce HD Bumper with Tire Carrier. This rear bumper will allow me to upgrade my tires to a bigger size, eventually. The tire carrier will take the weight off the tailgate. There are many different types of bumpers to choose from with ExtremeTerrain Rear Bumpers — but I figured it would look best to have the rear bumper match my front bumper, which I installed last year.