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TransAction

Active Member
15
Is the Sahara your first Jeep?
You know you have to do the "Jeep Wave" right?
At my dealership it's part of the get-to-know-your-vehicle tour ... LOL
I've had mine for 5 years, yes well aware of the wave. So if you didn't know, the history behind that is after is the jeep was a vehicle of choice in most major wars and most of the army guys back home either drove the local base ones so they used to give the waive at each other knowing they where most likely military brothers driving them.... now it seems to be the new mid life crisis vehicle... I think that's worth a wave... ;)
 

dad2andrew

Active Member
10
They are a domestically produced vehicle and come with the 'fall apart after 125 000 km' like most domestics that I've owned.
I must have lucked out with my domestic car then...will hit over 430K by the time the weekend is over, now my Import from Mexico, i'll be lucky to see 200K.

Kevin.
 

MikeJr

Moderator
Staff member
30
Haha Kevin, 430K is amazing!! Can you see the road beneath our feet when you drive? Salt on the roads and all...

Keep well,
Mike
 

dad2andrew

Active Member
10
Nope, still solid floors, door jambs and everything! Few more rattles at times, oh and those annoying lights on the dash telling me to check the engine or see if there is wind in the tires...nothing a quick twist of the volume knob doesn't fix!
 

Michael Ludwig

Well-Known Member
20
Jeep wave is as critical as the Motorcycle wave!!! I need to get my bike out badly...

:)
Whoa bro ... it's not a "Motorcycle" wave !!! It's a HARLEY wave !!!
Try that with a group of Harley's when you're passing them on your Yamaha Virago, and they'll turn around and chase you down ... LOL
 

MikeJr

Moderator
Staff member
30
Haha LOL!
I actually ride a Boulevard C50T, I call it a mid size cruiser, others call it a sissy bike. I bought it when I turned 30 instead of a convertible. It's a heck of a lot more fun and the only thing that pisses me off is when the car in front of me uses their washer fluid and I have to taste it, perhaps I should keep a larger distance between them and me.

I find 'most' Harley riders do wave back, also 'most' crotch rocket riders do wave back too. I actually learned about the importance of the wave in riding school (RTI). Also, I find bikers are real great at telling each other there are cops ahead. We don't have WAZE on the bike, we don't flash high beams, there's a hand signal for 'slow down bud, coppers up ahead'. :)

Keep well,
Mike
 
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