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    29 Palms, CA (30 mins from the Hammers!)

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  1. shelbyluvv

    looking for installed pics of my products

    All mine are in the vendors section
  2. shelbyluvv

    NOS rear bumper. NOS Drawtite hitch. NW CT

    $800+ You never see the chrome ones for sale.
  3. shelbyluvv

    NOS rear bumper. NOS Drawtite hitch. NW CT

    I sold mine on eBay for $610 plus shipping.
  4. shelbyluvv

    East bound and down!

    Will do buddy!
  5. shelbyluvv

    KL questions

    This is a local KL. 2" Hazard Sky lift, Rocky Road sliders and winch mount. They look very good lifted!
  6. shelbyluvv

    KL questions

    The V6 is a 3.2 Pentastar and it is a beast! I would not have at 4 cylinder. We had a rental car with it and it was a dog. You won't find a shifter in them. Just a knob to engage the SelecTerrain. I hated them also. I am a believer now. If you can get the Trailhawk. They are not much more money and you get so much more.
  7. shelbyluvv

    KL questions

    www.jeepcherokeeclub.com I had a 14 Trailhawk and it had transmission issues. So much so I worried me that my wife would get into an accident because of the missing 3-2-1 down shift. Other than the flash to "fix" a failure prone snap ring, that removes the down shifts it was a great little Jeep. I was just telling my wife I kinda miss the little guy. "Real Jeepers" and I use that term loosely. Will talk $#!& and bash your Fiat. I wheeled the piss out of my KL and I loved it. It is a damn capable Jeep. If you ever plan on towing make 100% sure it has the factory tow package. If it doesn't it is limited to 2k towing. 4k with the factory towing package. Do not let the dealership lie and say they can install the package. They can't. The difference is in the diff ratio not the cooling system. As one of the few that have owned a KL I would absolutely buy another Trailhawk (16 or newer) as a play toy/daily driver.
  8. shelbyluvv

    East bound and down!

    I would have to start as a GS 12 to get what I am getting to start with this company. I'm pretty comfortable with my retirement and VA. My wife is a GS7 step 2. I don't want to work more than 5 more years before I completely retire. We need to pay down a few bills (child support) and then we will be set. That divorce a few years ago really set me back.
  9. shelbyluvv

    Window Swap

    Not easily. You can swap the entire door and striker fairly easily.
  10. shelbyluvv

    East bound and down!

    Will do Chief.
  11. shelbyluvv

    East bound and down!

    Not old school at all. It is dangerous to drive right now. It was built in the early 90s and it it butchered. I want a nice safe driver for my wife.
  12. shelbyluvv

    East bound and down!

    It's still Mama's truck. You'll have to fight with her over it. We're planning a 2005 Explorer AWD chassis swap with a stroked 5.0L this winter!
  13. shelbyluvv

    East bound and down!

    We'll be taking the 40 and dropping south around Memphis It is a humid mofo there. Gnats, bugs and thunderstorms daily as well. It is not my first choice but family comes first for once. Thank you for the encouragement. I retire from the Marines next Tuesday, leave for GA on the 25 get to GA on the 30th and I start my new career as a DoD Contractor on August 1st. No time to relax if I want to be 100% retired in the next 5 years debt free.
  14. shelbyluvv

    East bound and down!

    I'm stuck in California until the 25th then we start our trek. Thank you Ben. Hopefully it is uneventful. The MJ sealed the deal. Once she was there I knew there was no way I would leave it. Plus I'm pretty sure it has a cracked block and if I kept driving it bad things were going to happen.
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    East bound and down!

    Henry and Shelby are headed to GA to join up with Onyx. I shipped the MJ about 6 months ago when I decided that GA was where we wanted to settle down.
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