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Last year if you hung with us then surely you met Thomas, our resident (sort of) Canadian. He and his home built JK Rubicon turn heads everywhere they go.

The way I look at it - he wheels it just as hard as the pretty Jeeps, so he's ok in my book. Look for him at Moab again this year. The visit this month was for us to install PSC Ram Assist steering, change out his Rebel Offroad Engineering rear coilover spring rates (he installed it but we wanted to do some custom tuning to match his hefty Jeep), and some other odds and ends. Poison Spyder, evap skid plate - HID lights, you name it, he slapped it on. He's headed out now to enjoy the rest of his "holiday" (that's vacation to us "southerners") - which to make us all jealous is 6 weeks long. You'll find him next in Glamis (he's looking at a map right now actually) before Utah.

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Is that a Beautiful British Columbia plate I see there?
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Well hes got ugly down pat

Yes, but there's just something about him. Something around the eyes, I don't know, reminds me of... me. No. I'm sure of it, I hate him.
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thats one sick rig

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Is that a Beautiful British Columbia plate I see there?
Indeed it is! Way to represent!

I don't know how he did it, but to me that jeep looks more like a landy-rover... I still like it though!
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Rebels,
Last year if you hung with us then surely you met Thomas, our resident (sort of) Canadian. He and his home built JK Rubicon turn heads everywhere they go.

The way I look at it - he wheels it just as hard as the pretty Jeeps, so he's ok in my book.
That's great! I did not know you guys kept in touch since last year. I remember seeing Thomas's Jeep the first time and the only words that came out of my mouth were, "What the Hell?" Spent some good times together last EJS and looking forward to sharing a beer this year.

His rig may not be to everyones liking but he drives the piss out of it on the trail and then loads up and drives it back to Canada so he gets a thumbs up in my book. AND, if you think his Jeep is crazy you should see some of the stuff he wears!
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Normally I would say that's a RatRod, but it's a Jeep. So I guess it's a RatJeep.
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Indeed it is! Way to represent!

I don't know how he did it, but to me that jeep looks more like a landy-rover... I still like it though!
I think it's that massive rack that gives it the Land-Rover look. As long as it's being used the way a Jeep should be I like it.
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Funny, the girls at the "single mom's support group" don't look like Land Rovers...
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Yeap, I live 12 blocks away from this guy. The Jeep is.... Well.

I saw it in Moab couple weeks ago and almost died. I turned to my buddy and yelled, "Not Normal Is Here!"

I hope to finally meet Thomas one day. I still remember his Ranger that looked just like this Jeep too.
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I met him and the Rebel guys while at EJS.
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Ron - of course you are part of the "Canada Branch" as well!
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