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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-24-2002, 06:01 AM Thread Starter
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those guys in the bud commercials..

not the wwwwwaaaaaaaaaaaassssuuuuuuuuuupppppppp guys but the other ones. the "what are you doing?" "watching tennis, drinking an import" i bet those guys drive kj's.

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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

Wow, what a useful post. Is there a point to this post of yours? Have you ever even driven a Liberty/Cherokee/KJ?


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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

i sure have.

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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

You know that after school special with all that pathetic rat-pelt-haired redneck yellin at his wive to cook him dinner? I bet he drives a lifted Z-71. I'm glad you have driven one (whatever you mean by 'one') but what makes you think it's any less of a vehicle? Take a stock liberty/cherokee and a stock chevy and we'll see who comes out ahead. I've owned Shortbox regular cab Z-71 for a while, it went through mud ok, that was all. First time I drove a stock cherokee (with a 4 banger no less) I could tell it was more off-road worthy than my bowtie ever was. There isn't anything I've tried to do in my XJ that it could't do, there's even been a few that I looked and thought there's no way anything could do that, and just decided f*** it, and it did it with no problem at all.

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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

<font face="Comic Sans MS">I don't think anybody was comparing how the Chevy trucks off road compared to the XJ's.... However comparing them to the KJ's, which I cannot do, having never driven a KJ. [img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

The solid front axle and relatively shorter wheelbase makes the XJ automatically better for rocks, for sand I like the longer wheelbase of the fullsize truck and if you can put some custom IFS parts on the trucks, they'll do great on the sand. [img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

But I'm not here to bash the KJ just stand up for the chevy and state my opinion of the comments, etc... [img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]</font>
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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

I was just referring to jeeps in general, I wasn't completely bashing chevys either. The only thing I was bashing was the attitude shown by an individual to another for no reason other than to make his self feel like a bad as*.
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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

i agree, you drive a chevy, have you ever drove a jeep, if not then get the blank off this board. This is a supremacy of the xj or the kj. Your chevy doesn't matter and should stay on it's own board. to talk and interact on other boards is one thing to bash on other boards is wrong (except for the xj, kj bashing, but their bound to happen).
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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

don't dog sandman, he's a good guy. So what does it matter he drives a chevy, he can still like jeeps too. Someday you'll do something stupid and get really stuck, and the only other vehicle around to pull you out will be a chevy, or visa-versa, we all have to get along and respect others, even if they like inadequate off-road vehicles (j/k) [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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not doggin the chevy, i like chevy's but this post is to spark interrest from the liberty guys who are shy with their posts, he shouldn't be jumpin on someone like he did.
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Re: those guys in the bud commercials..

Don't tell people to "get off the board"... That's just plain not nice.

I'll close the thread if this were to continue. I'm glad it did not, and the thoughts took a more civil tone

Remember that opinions are like ears, everyone's got a couple and have a right to express that opinion. People are more important than things... let's treat them that way!

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