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HelmsJeep

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Mac
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Location
Texas
Vehicle(s)
2019 Wrangler 2DR/Softop/Manual
Hello fromTexas everyone! I’m new to the forum but started with Jeep in 1977 when I bought a used ‘75 CJ5 V8 Levis Edition. Loved it, slow rolled it twice, and drove it until the wheels fell off. Had a 2014 JK 2dr and traded it for a brand new built-4-me 2019 JL 2DR/soft top/manual. Look forward to reading about your experiences with the JL and to get repair and upgrade advice.





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Andy2434

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First Name
Andy
Joined
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Messages
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Location
Las Vegas/San Francisco
Vehicle(s)
'19 Billet JLUR, '20 Mustang GT, 6MT
Occupation
Retired/Leisure
Hello fromTexas everyone! I’m new to the forum but started with Jeep in 1977 when I bought a used ‘75 CJ5 V8 Levis Edition. Loved it, slow rolled it twice, and drove it until the wheels fell off. Had a 2014 JK 2dr and traded it for a brand new built-4-me 2019 JL 2DR/soft top/manual. Look forward to reading about your experiences with the JL and to get repair and upgrade advice.
Congrats and welcome aboard to the Forums . . . Enjoy and ride safe.
 
First Name
Kelly
Joined
Mar 10, 2021
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Location
Humble, TX
Vehicle(s)
2021 Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited
Hello everyone. I just recently re-entered the Jeep fray. I had a 99 TJ for a few years and after a 20 year hiatus I'm now the proud owner of a 21 JLU Rubicon. What a difference 20 years makes.
Greeting just North of Houston

Here's the specs of what I got:
JLU Rubicon
Black with Black Leather and body color top and flares
2.0 Turbo Auto Trans
Cold Weather
LED Lighting
Premium 8.4 Audio
Dual Top
Safety Group
Steel Bumpers
Proximity Entry
All Weather Mats
Hard Top Headliner (coming shortly)

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Ibshake

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Ibrahim
Joined
Nov 28, 2020
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102
Location
Toronto ON
Vehicle(s)
21 JLUR
Hi All, New member here, joined the forum and placed an order in Nov 20, still waiting for my 21 JLUR to come. I am a first time Jeeper but lifelong admirer!
 

AlgUSF

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Mar 11, 2021
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Location
Melbourne, FL
Vehicle(s)
2021 Jeep Wrangler JLU (Sarge Green), 2014 Tundra
Hey y'all, first time Jeep owner. My wife and I wanted one when we were first married, it took us 15 years to actually buy one. It is a 2021 JLU Sport Soft Top, 6MT, with the tow package and limited spin differential. The Jeep is a total toy for us, not a DD. I'm glad we got the upgraded electrical, because I figure we are going to load it up with "fun stuff". The Jeep had 25mi on the ODO when we test drove it.

Still getting used to the rev-hang and the Auto Stop-Start. When I get to the front gate of our neighborhood and stop, I remember to press the disable on the auto-ss.
 

XJfanatic

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Brian
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Location
Indianapolis
Vehicle(s)
2020 JLU, 2016 Navigator L, 1990 Mustang, 1994 XJ
Hello everyone. New to the forum, not to the Jeep life. Currently living in Indianapolis.

I just picked up a 2020 JLU Sport 2.0l after the transmission on my 3rd Gen Cummins went. I am anxious to get to work on it. The plan is 34-35 and a 2-2.5 lift with lots of armor for a low cog build/family wheeler. Probably put rubi axles on it at some point.

I currently have a 94 XJ based buggy (going up for sale very soon), 90 fox body vert, and a 2016 Navigator.

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AfroSlice691

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Andre
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Location
Friendship, Md
Vehicle(s)
2016 Jeep JKUR, 2016 Ram Powerwagon
Hello from Friendship Md, new to the forums my wife and I are going on our 4th Jeep hopefully soon. We custom build ordered a 2021 JLUR about a month ago. My wife loves her 2016 JKUR hard rock 6pd manual. The first we owned was a YJ and then a 2008 JKU.
She is looking forward to modifying the 2021 when we get it. Looking forward to gaining more knowledge from all the members.
Drive safe everyone!!!
 

Offworld_Colonies

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Me
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Mar 16, 2021
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Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2020 Wrangler Sport S Black 2.0 Turbo
Occupation
Designer
Just joined up a couple of days ago. Been driving my Girlfriends 17' wrangler for a few years...Just picked up my 2020 JL!
Finally joined! looking to start building mine up!
Need wheels, tires and Sahara Painted fender flares! :rock:
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jaldeborgh

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First Name
John
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Location
Rowley, MA
Vehicle(s)
2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk Elite, 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit, 2018 Jeep JL Wrangler Rubicon, 2017 Lotus Evora 400, 1949 Triumph 2000 (under restoration), 2004 Ducati Monster S4R, 2003 BMW K1200RS, and 4 Vespa scooters.
Occupation
Semiconductor Capital Equipment Sales Executive
Took delivery of my white 2018 JLUR in May 2018, I’ve really enjoyed the vehicle. I’ve only put about 15K miles on it as it’s one of several vehicles we own. I’m now retired so we moved it from the Boston area to our winter home on St. Croix (USVI) last November so it’s now enjoying a tropical lifestyle and gets lots of approving looks. Lots of Jeep’s, of all types on the island so it’s no problem finding someone who can work on it, fortunately it’s been a trouble free experience with the vehicle so far.
 

JLBoucher

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First Name
Jérôme
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73
Location
Quebec, Canada
Vehicle(s)
'21 Willys 2DR
Bonjour!

I guess I will be your honorary french speaking bloke from Quebec. How's it going?

I might hit some rough patches here and there with my english but i'll try my best.

So. Living in Eastern Quebec where winters are snow on top of snow with windy...snowing days.

Always wanted a Wrangler, about to get one. Was strongly advised to collect opinions from people who own Wranglers before picking my next ride.

As said in another thread, I am exploring options. Probably a Sport S with about all the options boxes checked. Or a Willys...still with all the options. Oh, and you can bet it's going to be a manual.

Always had hot hatches before my most recent car, which is a 2021 Mazda CX-30. Nice handling, reliable...but God, is it boring. 6 months in and i'm already boring myself to sleep with this car.

So yeah, Wrangler it'll be.

See you on the forum.
Bonne journée.
 

JohnAinVA

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John
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284
Location
Washington DC
Vehicle(s)
Waiting for 2021 Jeep Wrangler S MT
Bonjour!

I guess I will be your honorary french speaking bloke from Quebec. How's it going?

I might hit some rough patches here and there with my english but i'll try my best.

So. Living in Eastern Quebec where winters are snow on top of snow with windy...snowing days.

Always wanted a Wrangler, about to get one. Was strongly advised to collect opinions from people who own Wranglers before picking my next ride.

As said in another thread, I am exploring options. Probably a Sport S with about all the options boxes checked. Or a Willys...still with all the options. Oh, and you can bet it's going to be a manual.

Always had hot hatches before my most recent car, which is a 2021 Mazda CX-30. Nice handling, reliable...but God, is it boring. 6 months in and i'm already boring myself to sleep with this car.

So yeah, Wrangler it'll be.

See you on the forum.
Bonne journée.
I think you're making a great choice!!

If you do order a Wrangler, be patient - I've seen Canadian special orders take a very long time (6 months?) - maybe my Canadian friends can help me on this? :)
 

JLBoucher

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Jérôme
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Location
Quebec, Canada
Vehicle(s)
'21 Willys 2DR
I think you're making a great choice!!

If you do order a Wrangler, be patient - I've seen Canadian special orders take a very long time (6 months?) - maybe my Canadian friends can help me on this? :)
I've been warned by my dealer that I could indeed wait for about six months if I want a 6MT hard-top, no matter what trim or option I pick.

America first, I guess. Good news is: i'm not stuck with a vehicle that's falling apart. It's just plain boring to drive. :)
 

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