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Old 04-12-2003, 02:51 AM   #106
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My girlfriend also has a cherokee. 3.5 inch rubicon expres lift. Kenwood mp3 stereo also. Cherokees are very capable trail rigs.



I have a 2000 wrangler. Pretty much stock. No kids, Knocks very hard on every piece of wood to be found.

I am building model of a Rubicon in the WIP if you want to check it out.
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since we are kind of talking about women here,.... I just have to post this... (found it soomewhere in the net... )

PROPERTIES
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and this.....

SHOPPING MISSION
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Old 04-12-2003, 04:34 AM   #109
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and this.... :bgreen:

SIMPLE FACT OF LIFE
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... and finaly this...

CONTROL
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Old 04-12-2003, 10:23 AM   #111
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this is PonysGirl ...forgot to change user...


ROTFLMAO.........................

OMG,,, those are great.... pony really likes the one with the nobs....

umm ... errrrr.... **blushes**

he says....."there is more than just the on/off switch there are also the two red dials. It took him until he was 25 tio figure out those. So all the nobs on the woman's .... you can forget it....""

He is joking.... he is .... TRUST me on this one...LOL
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Haha, those just made the trek around my work.
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the first is the funniest! my science teacher showed that to us
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..... glad you like 'em... lol
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