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So yesterday I'm coming out of a store and I had a large item in my cart so this man in front of me holds the door on the way. Here in the south we just have good manners like that. Anyway, he heads out across the parking lot and low and behold he stops at a brand new red JK 2 door. I asked him if it was an 08 or an 09. He told me that it was an 09, his wife's Jeep and that he hated it; didn't like how it rode and so forth. He just had it for the day from his wife because he had to take it and have the oil changed. He said "I want my big SUV back." I **** you not.

I'm thinking "Wow, both of you are losers." Mister fancy pants that can't wait to get back in his big soft sprung Tahoe or whatever that probably couldn't make it across his front lawn without getting stuck and his wife who is supposed to be a Jeep owner but neither she nor her sissyfied husband will change the oil themselves. LOL I bet the little stick on the left side of her center console never drops below 2WD. What a waste of a perfectly good Jeep.

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What is going on here.....First I see a JK in wall paper in the scrapbook forum and now this story about lame stupid people. Should have told him to go wheeling with you, that will change his mind.

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I've replaced the front axle, drive shafts, transfer case, bumpers, springs and on and on by myself, but I've never changed the oil myself either. Hate having to deal with old oil I've changed out.

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Oil change by (now closed) dealer = every 3k miles.

Oil change by my lazy a s s = 1500 miles OVERDUE !!!

But I do lube and change my diff fluids myself... but for <$25 they can change oil everytime.

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I will never go back to changing my own oil.I've been doing that starting with my dad's car back in the 50's thru the most of my life.I have lifetime oil changes at my jeep dealer,so I let them do it.No muss,no fuss

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I got the oil change package with my JK. 09 JK and 06 Mustang I just let the dealer do it.

71 Maverick and 06 Buell I do it.

I just hAte dealing with the mess.

I've done lots of mods myself on the Mustang including a rear axle and DS swap and I also installed a supercharger myself. I installed my JK lift and will be installing an E-disco next week.

Just not worth it messing with the oil change though.

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So yesterday I'm coming out of a store and I had a large item in my cart so this man in front of me holds the door on the way. Here in the south we just have good manners like that. Anyway, he heads out across the parking lot and low and behold he stops at a brand new red JK 2 door. I asked him if it was an 08 or an 09. He told me that it was an 09, his wife's Jeep and that he hated it; didn't like how it rode and so forth. He just had it for the day from his wife because he had to take it and have the oil changed. He said "I want my big SUV back." I **** you not.

I'm thinking "Wow, both of you are losers." Mister fancy pants that can't wait to get back in his big soft sprung Tahoe or whatever that probably couldn't make it across his front lawn without getting stuck and his wife who is supposed to be a Jeep owner but neither she nor her sissyfied husband will change the oil themselves. LOL I bet the little stick on the left side of her center console never drops below 2WD. What a waste of a perfectly good Jeep.
what'd you expect of people around here?? I'm surprised it wasn't a Rubicon, all the yuppies buy them because they're the most expensive and thats ALL they know about it.

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Now I see why owners of older Jeeps won't wave to JK owners.

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Now I see why owners of older Jeeps won't wave to JK owners.
I thought it was because they are upset that they have to spend thousands of $$$ on mods just to get a rig as offroad capable as a base JK straight off the lot ???

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I think I would have cut his tires for that.

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I've replaced the front axle, drive shafts, transfer case, bumpers, springs and on and on by myself, but I've never changed the oil myself either. Hate having to deal with old oil I've changed out.
no autozone or kragens where you live? Dont know about where you are at but they have to take used oil in Cali .I just use a 5 gallon bucket w/lid and take it in when full... "no muss, no fuss"

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what'd you expect of people around here?? I'm surprised it wasn't a Rubicon, all the yuppies buy them because they're the most expensive and thats ALL they know about it.
Yes I'm a 21 year old Yuppie that bought my Rubicon 2 months ago and have wheeled it every weekend

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Yes I'm a 21 year old Yuppie that bought my Rubicon 2 months ago and have wheeled it every weekend

Don't hate the Rubi owners
You don't get it. You actually wheel your Rubicon. People round here we refer to as "yuppies" are the mall crawlers, sippin starbucks, yackin on the cell phone, wondering why their Jeep's tires are so loud...

I ain't hatin on any Jeep owner that uses it for its intent. Four Wheel Drive!

What do you call a yuppie?


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I went back to changing my own oil after finding MANY problems even with service providers I thought I could trust. Yes it's messy, but I love what it does for my hair and manicure.

There are LOTS of Jeeps around here, and I have gotten lazy to the point of only waving at pre-JK's or JK's with obvious mods or dirt. By the nature of our location, mall crawlers don't exist.

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what'd you expect of people around here?? I'm surprised it wasn't a Rubicon, all the yuppies buy them because they're the most expensive and thats ALL they know about it.
We have the same around here. I was in a store parking lot and was talking to a guy with a Rubicon, he said he would never take it off road. I asked him why he bought it, why not get the X or Sahara... he said he always buys the high end of what ever he buys

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dont be hatein. The one good thing about the yuppies buying the jk's, rubi or otherwise is that if a few of them ever do take it off road and experience the joy we have in ours, well then we have a convert. Once we have a convert then we have another voice out there in the fight to keep open offroad parks and stuff like that. And for the people who have bought them and never learn the joys of offroading, they will eventually sell it to someone who wants a rubi but couldnt afford a new one and blamo, good deal right. Always look for the good side of everything.
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I think it's great they buy the top end.Cause when they get tired of em in a few months ,I can buy it used and save lots of bucks.

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Ooh! Where do I start?

When I was in high school, I think I worried way too much about what others thought about how to dress, where to go, who to hang out with. I paid far too much attention to what others said was "cool". Now 54, I have learned over the years that what matters is what YOU do and care about, not what the other guy does or cares about. I care about my image for the sake of my own reputation, my family, and my job. Peer pressure is everywhere and doesn't seem to stop with any age or group, but you don't have to be part of it. You don't have to take it, and you don't have to be the one dishing it out.

Owning a jeep wrangler, to me, means following whatever path I choose. I don't see it as a yuppie car, and maybe those who do are the ones most unhappy with it, probably because they had no prior experience driving jeeps. Maybe the husband who hates the jeep he's driving bought it for the wife who loves them. Hurray for him and her! He bought her a jeep? I love him for it! My husband did. And don't start judging whether she put any income into it. Most do--even when it's the guy's jeep--and all those mods to come later.

I LOVE my jeep. I respect other jeepers--on road, off road, mods, no mods, square lights, LJs, soft top, hard top, and okay, even those into chrome. I will say it again, I don't owe anyone any excuses for why I should be "allowed" to have it. It's mine, and I work hard for it. Merit badges are for scouts. I don't see any mud slinging or rock climbing badges on anyone else's jeep. Guess what, I don't drive around checking to see what other jeepers eat, drink, wear, or where they are headed. Anyone who does should have a pair of JK stickers from that other forum on their jeep. (And yes, I'll wave at them, too. We both love jeeps, just not the same forum, right?)

Do I wave? Yes, even if they look young enough for mommy or daddy to have bought their jeep. Lucky them. Do they all wave back? No, but not my problem. I think if I worried about what others thought I should do with a jeep, I'd be driving a BMW instead.

This is the JK Owner's forum, right? I may need to check my bookmark, again. I could get banned here if I'm not careful about what I say. Or where I drive or don't drive.

Respect the jeep. Respect the driver. For the most part, we do have something in common--we love jeeps. Maybe you just wished you had a shot at that jeep and thought of all the stuff you would have done with it. Some people are tired of jeep owners who whine about what they don't like about jeeps. I'm really tired of hearing people whine about who deserves their jeep. Kiss my bumper. Stock, by the way.

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When I was in high school, I think I worried way too much about what others thought about how to dress, where to go, who to hang out with. I paid far too much attention to what others said was "cool". Now 54, I have learned over the years that what matters is what YOU do and care about, not what the other guy does or cares about. I care about my image for the sake of my own reputation, my family, and my job. Peer pressure is everywhere and doesn't seem to stop with any age or group, but you don't have to be part of it. You don't have to take it, and you don't have to be the one dishing it out.

Owning a jeep wrangler, to me, means following whatever path I choose. I don't see it as a yuppie car, and maybe those who do are the ones most unhappy with it, probably because they had no prior experience driving jeeps. Maybe the husband who hates the jeep he's driving bought it for the wife who loves them. Hurray for him and her! He bought her a jeep? I love him for it! My husband did. And don't start judging whether she put any income into it. Most do--even when it's the guy's jeep--and all those mods to come later.

I LOVE my jeep. I respect other jeepers--on road, off road, mods, no mods, square lights, LJs, soft top, hard top, and okay, even those into chrome. I will say it again, I don't owe anyone any excuses for why I should be "allowed" to have it. It's mine, and I work hard for it. Merit badges are for scouts. I don't see any mud slinging or rock climbing badges on anyone else's jeep. Guess what, I don't drive around checking to see what other jeepers eat, drink, wear, or where they are headed. Anyone who does should have a pair of JK stickers from that other forum on their jeep. (And yes, I'll wave at them, too. We both love jeeps, just not the same forum, right?)

Do I wave? Yes, even if they look young enough for mommy or daddy to have bought their jeep. Lucky them. Do they all wave back? No, but not my problem. I think if I worried about what others thought I should do with a jeep, I'd be driving a BMW instead.

This is the JK Owner's forum, right? I may need to check my bookmark, again. I could get banned here if I'm not careful about what I say. Or where I drive or don't drive.

Respect the jeep. Respect the driver. For the most part, we do have something in common--we love jeeps. Maybe you just wished you had a shot at that jeep and thought of all the stuff you would have done with it. Some people are tired of jeep owners who whine about what they don't like about jeeps. I'm really tired of hearing people whine about who deserves their jeep. Kiss my bumper. Stock, by the way.

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I think it's great they buy the top end.Cause when they get tired of em in a few months ,I can buy it used and save lots of bucks.
Indeed, folks who don't wheel are the ones who keep clean used Jeeps coming to market, and there's nothing wrong with that. I'm in north FL where nearly everybody has a pickup in the driveway and only big roads feature asphalt. Even here I think there are three "on-road only" Jeeps for every one that gets to play in the dirt. I expect in metro areas the ratio of truly driven Jeeps is even smaller. What I'm getting at is that if THEY didn't buy them, neither could WE. We need their $'s to keep the JK's moving off the lot and keep the product line active. Let 'em buy Rubi's and more power to them! The more that sell, the better chance that Fiat will invest R&D in further improving an already incredible product. Just my 2 cents, I'll shut up now.

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dont be hatein. The one good thing about the yuppies buying the jk's, rubi or otherwise is that if a few of them ever do take it off road and experience the joy we have in ours, well then we have a convert. Once we have a convert then we have another voice out there in the fight to keep open offroad parks and stuff like that. And for the people who have bought them and never learn the joys of offroading, they will eventually sell it to someone who wants a rubi but couldnt afford a new one and blamo, good deal right. Always look for the good side of everything.
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I own a 2007 Jeep Wrangler 2 door. Just because someone doesnt change their own oil does not make them someone who shouldn't own a Jeep. I love my Jeep. I made it my own by adding steps, canoe rack, and light guards. In the future I plan on adding an off road bumper, winch, and better off road tires. I love the bumpy and lumpy ride of the jeep. I dont ever plan on changing the oil. Those who have never taken their Jeep off road may be the ones who shouldn't own a Jeep.
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