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My first Jeep came when I met my wife Jess Harden she had a black TJ 2 door. I've always been into wheeling ATV's Motorcycles etc. But it wasn't until I met my wife that I got what Jeeping was about. Since then, we're on our 3rd Wrangler and are loving help build trails and such in Wisconsin!

I look forward to many years of helping people get into riding trails, helping land managers build trails, and helping legislative actions pertaining to more access for the Road Legal 4WD vehicles. We've been pretty blown away at the support and speed at which we've been able to open trails, parks and getting things going. Can't wait to see what the future holds!
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Well just signed up. My name is Alex Miller and I’ve always loved jeeps, I built my first cj5 when I was in high school and have built lots of stuff over the years but I’m now happy to report I’m back to a Jeep again. My current Jeep is a 75 cj5. I started with a throttle down kustoms frame set up to run my springs. Put some Rusty’s off road 4.5 in lift springs and shackles, axles are stock dana 44 rear with a true track and the from dana 30 needs a rebuild yet( if anyone knows a good shop) I have new gears and a true track to go into it. I’m running a 5.3 LS engine with a old school turbo 350 trans to make my life easier in the little cj and Tom woods driveshafts. It’s a full fiberglass body, full roll cage, white knuckle off-road rock slider/steps, and 33/12.50/15 Bfg km3 mud terrains. And that’s where I’m at now with it.
Back in the 70’s my parents were part of an off road club out of Prairie du Chien and I pretty much grew up in the back of a Jeep I’m told running river bottoms and kinds of other stuff. They helped run a race track down there called froggy flats. They did a lot of sand drags, obstacle courses mub bogs, truck pulls etc.. I’m looking forward to getting my Jeep out and playing with everyone:
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Hi, my name is Rick and my wife's name is Marjo, we live in Manitowoc now but we grew up in Sheboygan. As a kid i spent most of my summers in northern Marinette county along with weekends during the rest of the year. I served 4 years in the Marine Corps which gave me a chance to see some of the world, after i got out i came back to Wisconsin started working factory jobs. I ran old blazers in the woods around Dunbar and Pembine , plenty of old fire roads there that will get you out to see nature. We have an old camper on my buddys property near Dunbar. We bought out JKU Rubicon recently and are now looking to get out riding more trails again we people who love meeting up. If you are in the Manitowoc area and are looking to hit a trail let me know if you want company.
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Thanks for sharing! It's great seeing the pictures and hearing stories :)
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Hi All!

About Me

Let start this off by saying I'm a die hard Toyota guy. I'm excited that I found this group (even if its full of Jeeps). I didn't know that there where trails in the area that where accessible to the public. I'm also glad that there is a group out there with the same values of offroading as me. The whole tread lightly, leave things better than you found them, and get home safe really appeals to me. I once worked as a mechanic and hold a degree in Diesel Technology. I love to share my passion of automobiles to others and teach them how to work on their own rigs. I strive to show people how to do things the right way and how to be safe while completing a project. You really don't save any money or time when you have to make a run to the ER or have to bring it in to a shop because you felt like skipping a couple steps. Over all I look forward to meeting new people that enjoy the outdoors and offroading as much as I do.

About My Rigs

I started my interest with trail riding in high school when I got my first rig a 1986 Toyota pickup. It wasn't much and was beat to hell but it started (most of the time) and got me where I needed to go. When I first acquired her she didn't run and looked worse for wear. I replaced the engine and started to drive her. Later I got my hands on a new cab and did a cab swap too. Eventually I had to sell the little beast and found she was gutted for parts :'(. I had the opportunity to off road it a couple times and had a blast. My current rig is a 1984 Toyota 4Runner that needs lots of love to get her back on the trail, but I'm determined to see her out there again. Well, at least parts of her (solid front axle).

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Hello all,

My name is Dave. My offroad background lies with Hummer, back in the early to mid 2000s. Wife and I owned an H3 for over 5 years. We took it offroading any chance we got!! I still carry the Offroad certification from AM General.

Currently I am driving a 2012 Grand Cherokee Overland Summit. Just installed 32" Ridge Grapplers on it. It's equipped with the air suspension system, so I can lift it for offroad use. My father-in-law also has a 2015 Wrangler Unlimited and to get that Jeep offroad also.

I am the Parts Manager at a Jeep dealership, so feel free to drop me any questions you may have!!
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Hey all! So a little about myself here. I've always loved the outdoors and through high school that became driving through the outdoors( yeah i was that kid). It wasn't until about 2010 when i unknowingly saw my first jeep... everyday on my way to work... at gobens auto in madison lol. I finally pulled in to check it out one day took it home for a night and fell in love! It was a 2004 tomb raider edition tj 5 speed manual. a 4" terraflex long arm lift, 10k lb warn winch and some kc daylighters finished her off. After that i had a 99 tj sport 5 speed when i met my wife Lindsay. Before long our amazing twins wyatt and natalie came along and it was bye bye jeep lol ?. We now have a 2009 jku sport X that in time will be added on to as money allows. For several years now ive spent my nights exploring the national forest from hwy 64 up to hwy 8 and plan on continuing those ventures with friends and my family. Hope to see you all soon! inbound2006062824902218624.jpg inbound3702223217714406499.jpg inbound5424912992117638183.jpg inbound7146783938726383592.jpg
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