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 Post subject: K&N
PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2007 6:15 pm 
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K&N has provided a gift certificate for one Oil Filter.

http://www.knfilters.com/default.htm

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2007 6:17 pm 
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Grant Products has provided one steering wheel cover.

http://www.grantproducts.com/

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2007 6:08 pm 
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Bottom of the ninth.......and someone steps up to the plate!

Wayne at AllJeep.com has donated a pair of Yukon shafts for the 8.8 axle package, making this one of the best premium prizes ever offered.

AllJeep.com is your single order source for everything Jeep. With a low price guaranty, all the name brands you trust and a Washington location, you can't beat it.

Follow the link! http://www.alljeep.com/index.html

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 Post subject: WARN
PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2007 4:51 pm 
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Slipping in under the wire is WARN bringing us their Winch Accessory kit.

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It includes a shackle, gloves, a snatch block, tree saver and chain with hooks.....everything for a proper and safe recovery.

And it's from WARN, what else needs to be said?

Find them here: http://www.warn.com/

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 Post subject: Advance Adapters
PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:02 pm 
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Better late than never..... Advance Adapters is kicking in a $200 gift certificate. You know them for adapters and the Atlas t-case.

View their entire lineup here: http://www.advanceadapters.com/

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 Post subject: JPFreek!
PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 7:44 pm 
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Got a Jeep? Do stuff with it? Jeep owners don't just drive a Jeep.; They climb, cycle, paddle, camp, hike, drive trails, and probably do some other things we don't want to know about. They are fanatics about getting outside to do fun stuff. This magazine is for them.....which means us!

PNWJeep would like to thank JPFreek for its generous donations to our raffle this year. We appreciate it!

Read their current issue here: http://www.jpfreek.com/Images/magazine/issue_9.pdf

Website: http://www.jpfreek.com/

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 8:06 pm 
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This thread is open for polite discussion.

A big thank you to all our vendors. We tried looking outside the box this year to find companies and products that would interest our friends. It appears to have been a success.

Attendance was almost double last year. The raffle sold out of tickets after it had sold ~230% of last year's total.

It was a fantastic weekend of wheeling, making new friends, visiting old ones and generally having a great time.


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Separate from the incredibly generous donations, what I thought was super cool was to see vendors coming to wheel. Detroit, RAD's, Alljeep, THOR, and Auburn Car Repair come to mind. V cool to see them bumper to bumper on the trail w/the rest of us. 8)

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dr drae wrote:
Separate from the incredibly generous donations, what I thought was super cool was to see vendors coming to wheel. Detroit, RAD's, Alljeep, THOR, and Auburn Car Repair come to mind. V cool to see them bumper to bumper on the trail w/the rest of us. 8)

AllJeep.com isn't my first business. However, it is the first one I've had where I'm friends with my competitors; there is no animosity between us. We're all here for the common good and pleasure of wheelin'. Which I find very pleasing :D

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Wayne,

We're just glad you came.


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John90XJ wrote:
Wayne,

We're just glad you came.

Me too! And I'm already getting the wife pumped up for next year!! :D

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waynehartwig wrote:
John90XJ wrote:
Wayne,

We're just glad you came.

Me too! And I'm already getting the wife pumped up for next year!! :D


Excellent! I enjoyed wheelin with you even though you made my TJ look kinda short 8)

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sawedoff wrote:
waynehartwig wrote:
John90XJ wrote:
Wayne,

We're just glad you came.

Me too! And I'm already getting the wife pumped up for next year!! :D


Excellent! I enjoyed wheelin with you even though you made my TJ look kinda short 8)

lol A friend of mine has an 04 Rubicon just like mine, but with 4" of lift and 33" tires. We go to events a lot together, and in July we went to the store after wheelin' and we over heard some people say "Look at the little Jeep!" lol I didn't let him live that one down... ;)

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John90XJ wrote:
ARB has given us a 20% Off Gift Certificate for an AirLocker, Bull Bar, OME Suspension, an Air Compressor, Safari Snorkel, IPF Lighting or an ARB Fridge. Pricing is their current jobber price which is already a discount over retail. Since they're local in Renton it should make it easy for the lucky winner. There is a $600 limit which means you can save up to $150 on a purchase.

http://www.arbusa.com/

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A big thanks to ARB's ongoing support and contribution to this years M&G Raffle. My brother won their coupon and put it to use today. $750 out the door (vs $950, yes they disregarded their "$600 limit", and that's literally otd, he drove to Renton today to pick it up at will call) he's now the proud owner of an air locker for a 35 spline Ford 9" differential. This is going to be shipped off to TrueHi9 shortly to be built into one of their differentials for his SAS.

Housing will be a Diamond axle 9" setup w/gussetted ends to run Longfield style super axles, WMS to be determined (anyone have input on how wide he should be to clear 37 or 40" MTR's on his Taco? 62" or maybe 63-64"?). I know we're all jeep guys here, but this build should be fun to watch. 8)

Thanks again to ARB! PDT_Armataz_01_37

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