Holy fuck how many times did you get Shined on that bumper?
Holy fuck how many times did you get Shined on that bumper?
Well, Mike...Your an asshole for taking a picture on your own private property?
Most people(80% I'd bet) with handicap placards are lazy fucks and most of those are using someone else's placard. I qualify for one but I'd rather walk/hobble my happy ass from the boonies even with debilitating pain I don't even take Tylenol for, I just deal with it.
Fuck people who think being fat is being handicap too, you need to walk that's the problem get your fat ass off the scooter and out of the buffet line....that's coming from someone who needs to lose weight, but I'm not a lazy twat.
You’re making the assumption they are blocking the spot while someone needs it, or are leaving it parked there....again common sense says they wanted the logo on the windows in the picture so they parked it where they wanted on their property to snap a picture before it left the shop or was parked somewhere else.Well, Mike...
I am not saying you aren't to be commended for not being a lazy twat.
I am not going to disagree that obesity, in and of itself, should not qualify for the blue tag.
I am saying that to deny those who really should need that parking spot is an asshole move by someone that
1) Can't park for shit
2) Can get in and out of that contraption and likely should not be parked there, no matter who did it.
If that is the shops contraption, why not park it out on the grass, up on a rock showing all a little of its capabilities? Why not choose a spot that ain't marked as special needs? I guess it'd be ok if they had modified a short bus.
Am I theYou’re making the assumption they are blocking the spot while someone needs it, or are leaving it parked there....again common sense says they wanted the logo on the windows in the picture so they parked it where they wanted on their property to snap a picture before it left the shop or was parked somewhere else.
Had a 69 J-2000 in H.S. Thing was a tank. Hit a big doe at 60mph. Good square hit....smeared her all over the highway. Broke the headlight........now if I'd got that big chrome grille involved it would have been toast.
I've lived here 30 years. Not one of my vehicles has ever been back to a dealer, nor have any owned by my family. I've had every brand, including Japanese, Korean and of course every USA. You could say we've had to do work on our 70's and such muscle cars, but that's because none of them are "stock"..no matter what you buy it will fail!
Look I'm going to stop you right now. It's a Scrambler....not a Gladiator. Just call it what it is.
What have you been smoking?
A scrambler was a stretched cj-7 with a little more storage behind the back seat.
It did not have 4 doors, and it didn't have a bed. You could get them with the silly half cab hard top, but that made it a 2 seat jeep with a body tub.
The gladiator has 4 doors, and a separate bed.
I have a CJ-7 for Jeep things. I have 3 trucks with 8' beds for truck things. The gladiator sucks at both, but the Rubicon package would make it appealing if I never needed to haul more than rifle cases.
What have you been smokin'??
The original 1962-1988 Gladiator (SJ) was a 1/2 or 3/4 ton rated pickup truck that never had a 4 doors from the factory. There were a few that had an extended cab.
Do you want to have a bulletproof truck that will do everything you want with absolutely no big issues? A truck that after 300k miles you look at it and go, holy cow this thing won't die! If so then get a Toyota Tacoma and stay the hell away from any jeep.
I had a Fiat. We called it the 'Fiasco'. Like your Cheap it had every part replaced, engine, transmission, everything. Then it got totaled and the insurance wouldnt pay. Absolute fucking total loss. That thing had more wires and especially hoses, than Carter has pills.All I need to know about "today's" Jeep is that it's a FIAT (Chrysler) product!! Had a Grand Cherokee...I bet it's still running though because every part had been replaced at least once in 130K miles.
The Gen 1 and 2 fiat ecodiesel for the ram brand had their fair share of issues. Time will tell if the current Gen 3 version out now will skip those issues.Fiat and Isuzu have made more Diesel engines then all the other manufacturers combined. Fiat makes the eco diesel which is amazing and Isuzu is responsible for the Duramax which is also amazing. Not to mention the bazillions of diesels around the world running on one of there power plants. For all the people out there owning one of those two motors they should be real happy in the idea of who made them.
Jeep owners should do themselves a favor and let it ride into the ditch if it happens. LolFor those of you having a Jeep Wrangler:
A software glitch can cause the engine to suddenly shut off. Two accidents and one injury have been linked to the issue.jalopnik.com
Wow…this went off the rails quick.
Anyways. Leaning towards the V6 Auto. I would consider the Rubicon if i can get a left over 22 model a little cheaper…guess we will see.
Some of you as usual have some sex identity issues with the comments around what someone drives…
I am currently in a Honda HRV. Has NO power to get out of its own way and NO room.
I have 2 little ones and as they are getting bigger the Honda is just getting smaller and smaller
Yes, home ownership and a truck make sense… but i do not need a F250 or a 15 yr old vehicle.
I commute to work and need a little bit more room (more than i currently have) and some room to put junk in the bed…bikes…sports gear…yard junk etc.
I always see a ton of jeeps on the road. The resale value is definitely there as used ones with high miles still bring big money.
I dont do major off roading… i do go to the mountains…some snow..and very light farm work with NO pulling.
I dont keep vehicles long enough to worry about 10 yrs.
I do about 75-80k miles and get a new one. My income, savings is high enough to justify a new vehicle every 4-5 years and was mainly just trying to see what owners thought that actually own one.
Thanks for the info from those that know them amd provided feedback.
Just shoot them the bird.Had a 2020 Gladiator and couldn’t wait to get rid of it. Tracking down the road was horrible. Worst factory pain I’ve ever seen with dust looking spots on the hood and a clear coat run down the side. Plywood won’t fit between the wheel wells. The whole truck is put together with plastic push pins for fucks sake. If I’d have known every Jeep owner feels the need to wave like we’re old friends I never would have bought it to start with. Live and learn but you’ve been warned.
Had a 2020 Gladiator and couldn’t wait to get rid of it. Tracking down the road was horrible. Worst factory pain I’ve ever seen with dust looking spots on the hood and a clear coat run down the side. Plywood won’t fit between the wheel wells. The whole truck is put together with plastic push pins for fucks sake. If I’d have known every Jeep owner feels the need to wave like we’re old friends I never would have bought it to start with. Live and learn but you’ve been warned.
The current production Cherokee is a POS, probably doesn't sell well, so it's the easiest one to shut down.