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post #1 of 13 Old 01-13-2012, 11:00 AM Thread Starter
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New study shows JKs causing Global Warming

18*F here this AM and I think I got a 2nd degree burn from my heater. :flamethrowingsmiley

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18*F here this AM and I think I got a 2nd degree burn from my heater. :flamethrowingsmiley
LOL - Jeep's always had a heater that could burn the shit out of your ankles. Glad to see it's still intact in the 2012 models.



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post #3 of 13 Old 01-13-2012, 04:37 PM
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Yup the heater is great. When one of my buddies comes with me.... He drives an m5. He always comments how hot it can get.


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post #4 of 13 Old 01-13-2012, 10:24 PM
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post #5 of 13 Old 01-14-2012, 03:54 AM
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You know what I always found funny was when the Jeep haters (usually toyota or some other snoozeville SUV lover) would claim they had a Jeep once which one of the downfalls was always being cold in the winter. I instantly knew they were full of it then

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My yj was cold in the winter

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That's why it is called a "WRONGLER"

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1978 CJ-7... snaps, metal foor and subpar heater made me want lots of to warm up in the winter.
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Now, this is a funny thread. I like it.
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1978 CJ-7... snaps, metal foor and subpar heater made me want lots of to warm up in the winter.
I had a77 cj 7 and would burn your feet. It kicked ass.

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I had a '74 CJ5. You could fry eggs next to the dash, but make ice in the back seat.

I drove so I didn't care.

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I think I might be the only one here with a heater that takes forever to warm up the interior. It's been like that since day one. I leave it on hottest setting most of the time and it doesn't even get that cold here.
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Truth. My wife is ALWAYS cold, and she puts the JK heat on low or off. Fucker kicks. And quickly.:flamethrowingsmiley

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