Anyone else annoyed by how soft the Jeep JL fenders are?

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I could tell you, but then....
Scratch them till they’re well worn, pull them off and Line-x’d. Ready for round 2 at that point.





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I might take you up on that. I haven't been to any places since I went to Rausch Creek some years back and Red cloud I think it was called in Mananas VA when it was open. I would def like to try and get out to new spots this coming year.
Hey, where in VB are you? I'm in VB too.
 
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I'm in the North End. I'm new to the area and looking for fellow jeepers to go wheeling with.
Oh cool. Unfortunately not much wheeling local here. I will be heading down to the outer banks when it gets warmer and would like to plan a trail riding trip to somewhere in the not so distant future.
 

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Oh cool. Unfortunately not much wheeling local here. I will be heading down to the outer banks when it gets warmer and would like to plan a trail riding trip to somewhere in the not so distant future.
I don't mind driving 4 to 6 hours for a weekend wheeling/camping trip when it gets warmer.
Can take Fridays and Mondays off, just need to plan ahead of time.
 
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I don't mind driving 4 to 6 hours for a weekend wheeling/camping trip when it gets warmer.
Can take Fridays and Mondays off, just need to plan ahead of time.
Yea for sure. Hopefully can plan something in the spring. Let me know if you do and ill def try to make it.
 

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