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96225 From: Mike Foster <mesa@v...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 10:42am
Subject: Re: Soft upper door repl - sliders.


I can tell you from experience that the cheap ones like Steel horse
are made like crap and make a lot of noise. The bestops are made very
well and are very quiet. Summitt has the best price I've seen at
319.00.
I like the Bestops a lot would never go back to a plastic windows.





--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, <onebdjeep@c...> wrote:
> Hey all! My brother in law's vinyl window snapped in half this
morning when he went through a drive thru. He unzipped the window and
bent it over and *SNAP* right in half.
>
> He is looking around for some sliders to fit his 97 TJ. Anyone know
the best place to get them? Vendors welcome to reply as well!
>
> Thx!
>
> Sean Speer
> 97 Stock TJ
> Mods are soon to come!
> "Don't squat with yer spurs on!"



--------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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96226 From: alleyn59 <alleyn59@y...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:43am
Subject: [OT] Tool box for free!


I have a Tool box listed in the non-jeep classifieds....free to a
good home! Estrella Mtn Ranch.


96227 From: intertwingled <intertwingled@q...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:48am
Subject: Re: [OT] Tool box for free!


Sounds more like a Troll box if you ask me. =P

Tony

alleyn59 wrote:

>I have a Tool box listed in the non-jeep classifieds....free to a
>good home! Estrella Mtn Ranch.
>
>
>
>
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96228 From: richardconner2003 <richardconner2003@y...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 1:10pm
Subject: Re: New vibe problem from todays CK run


Yes…..,
Bent front driveshaft is the culprit, pulled it and no more vibes.
Who's the best in the valley to take my business? Or, Does anyone have
a front drive shaft for 02 TJ w/ manual trans. and 6 cyl. to sell ? I
called the drive line place that was on Washington and got a message
that they are closed until they finish a move. Are there any others in
the valley?

Stealership wants $547.00 new (its not even not gold plated !!! or
installed )


Rick Conner



--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, Fred Wilson <fredtj@c...> wrote:
> Yes, you can disconnect the front driveshaft without removing the xfer
> case skid... Have done it a bunch of times.
> Why don't you go on and pull the front driveshaft, then drive it and
see
> if the vibs are gone, thus confirming
> that the vibs are, or aren't, coming from the driveshaft, before you
> replace it with a new/used/rebuilt one.
>
>
>
> Fred
>
>
> richardconner2003 wrote:
>
> >Okay,
> > It looks like the front drive shaft took the hit before the skid
> >plate, The front drive shaft is caved and gouged a little. I haven't
> >watched it rotate but I'm assuming its bent. Found no wheel weight
> >marks from removed wheel weights..
> >
> >Where/who is the best place to get the drive shaft Repaired or
replaced. ?
> >I am going to pull it . It looks like I may be able to remove the
> >transfer case end of the drive shaft from the back (with the skid
> >plate on). Can this be done with out removing the skid plate. ?
> >
> >Seems like a used driveshaft may work here anyone have one they want
> >to sell ?
> >
> >
> >Rick Conner
> >
> >
> >--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, "Matt OBrien" <makaioo@y...> wrote:
> >
> >
> >>You likely just knocked one or more balancing weights off one or both
> >>front wheels. Very common when wheeling and the symptoms match what
> >>you described. Check your rims (inside and out) for noticeable areas
> >>where a weight may have been but no longer exists. Go have your
> >>wheels balanced and see if it helps.
> >>
> >>Matt
> >>K7MTO
> >>
> >>--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, "Richard Conner" <richardconner@q...>
> >>wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >>>I had a great time today on the Crown King run.........
> >>>
> >>>No problems on the trail. But when I got on the freeway I had a new
> >>>
> >>>
> >>bad
> >>
> >>
> >>>vibration at all speeds over 45 MPH. The vibe stays constant even
> >>>
> >>>
> >>with
> >>
> >>
> >>>the clutch depressed. After airing up the tires I did a flashlight
> >>>visual inspection and found no problems that I could see. The u-
> >>>
> >>>
> >>joints
> >>
> >>
> >>>feel tight, no indications that I hit the drive shaft. I did take
> >>>
> >>>
> >>a
> >>
> >>
> >>>good hit on the drivers side of the skid plate but its only
> >>>
> >>>
> >>scratched
> >>
> >>
> >>>and not mangled.
> >>>
> >>>I am running a 02 TJ with a 6 cyl. 4.0, 5 speed trannie, into
> >>>
> >>>
> >>NP231,
> >>
> >>
> >>>Lifted with a RE 7003 3.5 inch lift kit with adjustable upper rear
> >>>control arms and a transfer case drop and no SYE yet, on 33 inch
> >>>
> >>>
> >>tires.
> >>
> >>
> >>>Could I have misaligned the trannie somehow when I hit the Skid
> >>>
> >>>
> >>plate ?
> >>
> >>
> >>>Do the transfer case drop kits from RE allow the trannie to shift
> >>>
> >>>
> >>with
> >>
> >>
> >>>light hits on the skid plate ?
> >>>Everything underneath looks okay visually, are there any
> >>>
> >>>
> >>measurements I
> >>
> >>
> >>>can take to verify drive shaft/trannie alignment?
> >>>Any other ideas?????
> >>>
> >>>
> >
> >
> >
> >
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>
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96229 From: yzguyone25 <YZGUYONE25@a...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 1:24pm
Subject: [OT] Job needed!


Well, finally got tired of dealing with my boss at work and decided
it was time to move on to bigger and better things! Anyone in here
know of any job openings off hand?

I am 19, have a HS diploma and can learn darn near anything. I have
done quite a bit of construction work. I would really like something
in the automotive field.

My only request would be that it if a full time job and has close to
set hours. I start school at Arizona Automotive Inst. in Jan. and
need to schedule my classes around my work hours.

I can send a resume or come by and fill out an application.

Thanks for any heads up out there!

Justin Olson
YZGUYONE25@a...


96230 From: AzVJC Website <azvjc@a...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 2:03pm
Subject: [TR] Trip Report - Crown King from Lake Pleasant - Saturday, December 27, 2003


Hello All,
Dennis Chamberlain lead a trail run Saturday, December 27, 2003 across Crown King from Lake Pleasant

I was late getting to the meeting area at 99th Ave and Carefree Hwy. I got to the turn off to lake Pleasant at about 1030. I met Mike Kirby there after some phone tag and we left for the trail head. I aired down at the beginning of the dirt road and Mike elected not to air down. Something he would regret later in the trail (at The Steps). I missed the right turn to the Crown King trailhead and went for a scenic trip up to the resorts on Castle Hot Springs Road. I had never lead this trip but after our detour we found the trail head pretty easy. Going was good my Jeep did well with the off-road needle upgrade and the 3/4 Chevy Longbed made it through with a couple of recovery's. All in all a good day of wheeling. Kudos to Mike for bringing a full size rig on this trail. Not every Joe would do that. Got to give credit where credit is due.

http://www.azvjc.org/default.asp?A=1&ID=1142
Click the above link to View Pictures (if available)Thank You,

- The AzVJC Website


96231 From: <hillb@s...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 2:43pm
Subject: Watch your tires. Who has air tools in Surprise?


I had the pleasure of waking up to the door bell Sunday morning as my
neighbor stopped by to tell me that all four of the tires on the XJ were
flat. At first I thought it was a prank and someone had aired down the
tires. Unfortunately it wasn't a prank and whoever it was used a knife to
air them down!! Some a##holes just don't have any regard for other
people's property. The cops asked if I wanted to press charges if they
caught the guy. I told them I just wanted 5 minutes with the guy and they
can do what they want with him after that.

on the up side...

Through the help Rick Beer @ Discount and my insurance company, I'm getting
some loaner tires until I my new tires come in later this week. I'm going
to pick up the loaners tonight and was hoping someone in the surprise area
might have an impact wrench I can borrow?

Thanks for any help,

Ben Hill
CAD Manager
Shasta Pools & Spas
voice: 602.532.3812
cell: 602.859.6090
email: hillb@s...


96232 From: Brian Luse <graymatterwj@y...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 2:59pm
Subject: Were there any good pics from Sunday's C.K. Run??


Anybody have any intersting pics from Sunday's Run? I would love to
see them. My Digicam wasn't charged :-(
Brian


96233 From: Mike & Karen Acuna <mkacuna@c...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:36pm
Subject: Re: Watch your tires. Who has air tools in Surprise?


I do. Do you need the gun, or gun and compressor? I live up the street in
Ashton Ranch.


Mike
98 ZJ
----- Original Message -----
From: <hillb@s...>
To: <az_vjc@yahoogroups.com>; <arizonaXJ@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2003 3:43 PM
Subject: [az_vjc] Watch your tires. Who has air tools in Surprise?


>
> I had the pleasure of waking up to the door bell Sunday morning as my
> neighbor stopped by to tell me that all four of the tires on the XJ were
> flat. At first I thought it was a prank and someone had aired down the
> tires. Unfortunately it wasn't a prank and whoever it was used a knife to
> air them down!! Some a##holes just don't have any regard for other
> people's property. The cops asked if I wanted to press charges if they
> caught the guy. I told them I just wanted 5 minutes with the guy and they
> can do what they want with him after that.
>
> on the up side...
>
> Through the help Rick Beer @ Discount and my insurance company, I'm
getting
> some loaner tires until I my new tires come in later this week. I'm going
> to pick up the loaners tonight and was hoping someone in the surprise area
> might have an impact wrench I can borrow?
>
> Thanks for any help,
>
> Ben Hill
> CAD Manager
> Shasta Pools & Spas
> voice: 602.532.3812
> cell: 602.859.6090
> email: hillb@s...
>
>
>
>
> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
> To visit your group on the web, go to:
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>


96234 From: Joe West <joe.west@d...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:40pm
Subject: A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm ready to pull the trigger...


Hi gang,

I'd like a little feedback here concerning running an AZVJC Bulletin
Board in parallel with our current website. Please pay close attention
to what I am saying. I don't believe that our website should be
replaced. just supplemented with a BBS style discussion board for those
in the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club who wish to participate in such a
thing.

Here's where things stand.

Over the past few months, I have setup a Cox business account and two
servers. I now have php and mysql running on one of the servers which
will be used to run the BBS. I have purchased a license of Vbulletin
(the same BBS software used to run jeepsunlimited.com) and am now ready
to install the software and get the site up and running. I have
registered the domain virtualjeepclub.com for the purposes of one day
instituting a BBS for the club.

Here's what I need from the club..

I'd like some feedback regarding whether or not I should proceed with
the install.

One final note. Mike Chatfield has done a TON of work on our current
webpage and trip notification system. the BBS WILL NOT replace this
system. but rather, will supplement the system IF AND ONLY IF there
seems to be a desire to implement a BBS. If not. I will be creating a
Porsche club BBS and will use the Vbulletin license I purchased for that
BBS.

Okay. let's have it. comments, concerns, good idea, bad idea.

Kind Regards,

Joe West



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96235 From: oneblackjeep <1blackjeep@g...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:44pm
Subject: Warranty Information


Afternoon All,

I have been looking over my warranty manual for my 99 TJ in regards
to the exhaust manifold. I have recently become the newest member of
the cracked manifold club. The way I read it this is a part covered
under the 7/70,000 emissions warranty. Am I reading this correctly?
I know several have had the dealerships replace this.

TIA
Jack


96236 From: Chris Krieg <rv6a@c...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:48pm
Subject: Re: A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm ready to pull the trigger...


Unless Mike is ready to roll out his, I say go for it. I was one of the
biggest opponents of the switch to a BBS at first and now I think we
have grown large enough to NEED to switch to it.

Have you checked with Mike C lately to see if he is close enough with
his BBS? He has some great ideas, but I think we need something sooner
than later.

Chris

On Dec 29, 2003, at 4:40 PM, Joe West wrote:

> Hi gang,
>
> I'd like a little feedback here concerning running an AZVJC Bulletin
> Board in parallel with our current website. Please pay close attention
> to what I am saying. I don't believe that our website should be
> replaced. just supplemented with a BBS style discussion board for those
> in the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club who wish to participate in such a
> thing.
>
> Here's where things stand.
>
> Over the past few months, I have setup a Cox business account and two
> servers. I now have php and mysql running on one of the servers which
> will be used to run the BBS. I have purchased a license of Vbulletin
> (the same BBS software used to run jeepsunlimited.com) and am now ready
> to install the software and get the site up and running. I have
> registered the domain virtualjeepclub.com for the purposes of one day
> instituting a BBS for the club.
>
> Here's what I need from the club..
>
> I'd like some feedback regarding whether or not I should proceed with
> the install.
>
> One final note. Mike Chatfield has done a TON of work on our current
> webpage and trip notification system. the BBS WILL NOT replace this
> system. but rather, will supplement the system IF AND ONLY IF there
> seems to be a desire to implement a BBS. If not. I will be creating a
> Porsche club BBS and will use the Vbulletin license I purchased for
> that
> BBS.
>
> Okay. let's have it. comments, concerns, good idea, bad idea.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Joe West
>
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>
>
>
>
> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
> To visit your group on the web, go to:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/az_vjc/
>
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> az_vjc-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
>
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
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>
>


96237 From: Chris Krieg <rv6a@c...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:50pm
Subject: Re: A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm ready to pull the trigger...


One more thing. If Mike is not ready with his yet, will it be possible
to merge messages from your BBS to his once it is done?

On Dec 29, 2003, at 4:40 PM, Joe West wrote:

> Hi gang,
>
> I'd like a little feedback here concerning running an AZVJC Bulletin
> Board in parallel with our current website. Please pay close attention
> to what I am saying. I don't believe that our website should be
> replaced. just supplemented with a BBS style discussion board for those
> in the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club who wish to participate in such a
> thing.
>
> Here's where things stand.
>
> Over the past few months, I have setup a Cox business account and two
> servers. I now have php and mysql running on one of the servers which
> will be used to run the BBS. I have purchased a license of Vbulletin
> (the same BBS software used to run jeepsunlimited.com) and am now ready
> to install the software and get the site up and running. I have
> registered the domain virtualjeepclub.com for the purposes of one day
> instituting a BBS for the club.
>
> Here's what I need from the club..
>
> I'd like some feedback regarding whether or not I should proceed with
> the install.
>
> One final note. Mike Chatfield has done a TON of work on our current
> webpage and trip notification system. the BBS WILL NOT replace this
> system. but rather, will supplement the system IF AND ONLY IF there
> seems to be a desire to implement a BBS. If not. I will be creating a
> Porsche club BBS and will use the Vbulletin license I purchased for
> that
> BBS.
>
> Okay. let's have it. comments, concerns, good idea, bad idea.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Joe West
>
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>
>
>
>
> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
> To visit your group on the web, go to:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/az_vjc/
>
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> az_vjc-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
>
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
> http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
>
>


96238 From: Mike H. <hiett710@y...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:51pm
Subject: Re: Left Behind @ FR 42


Same here!
Had lunch at CK and then headed home.
Wife and I ran it by our lonesomes.
Mike H. 02 Yellow TJ

--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, "Nathan" <Nathanos_2000@Y...> wrote:
> I tried to make the FR42 run with Paul's group today, but when we
got
> to the pay station @ 10:30 nobody was there except a big ol'
> motorhome. We figured the group started a bit early so I kept my
> foot in it the entire way but never saw anyone. Anyway, the family
&
> I had a good time.
>
> Tread Lightly.
> Nathan M


96239 From: Mike H. <hiett710@y...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:59pm
Subject: Re: [OT] Job needed!


http://mcso.org/submenu.asp?file=employment

Good benifits and steady work.
Mike H.




--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, "yzguyone25" <YZGUYONE25@a...> wrote:
> Well, finally got tired of dealing with my boss at work and decided
> it was time to move on to bigger and better things! Anyone in here
> know of any job openings off hand?
>
> I am 19, have a HS diploma and can learn darn near anything. I
have
> done quite a bit of construction work. I would really like
something
> in the automotive field.
>
> My only request would be that it if a full time job and has close
to
> set hours. I start school at Arizona Automotive Inst. in Jan. and
> need to schedule my classes around my work hours.
>
> I can send a resume or come by and fill out an application.
>
> Thanks for any heads up out there!
>
> Justin Olson
> YZGUYONE25@a...


96240 From: <rokkcrawler@a...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:17am
Subject: Re: Watch your tires. Who has air tools in Surprise?


Bill,

I have an impact wrench you can borrow if you want to come get it on the east
side, I am 2 blocks off the 202.......I might even be able to gove you one to
keep, I have to see if I gave my old one away, I might still have it.

Mike


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96241 From: Jim Russell <desertjeep@c...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 4:31pm
Subject: OT: Rick Beer


Can someone drop me a line off post with Rick Beers work phone number.
TIA,
Jim

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96242 From: AzVJC Website <azvjc@a...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 4:31pm
Subject: [TR] Trip Report - Firebird - Monday, December 29, 2003


Hello All,
Stu Olson lead a trail run Monday, December 29, 2003 across Firebird

It was a cold morning but that didn't dampen our spirits. Brad, Ruben and Gabriel, Ron, and myself and Donna were there. Ken and Char, friends from Minnesota, joined us in their TJ. They ran Judgement Day and Upper Terminator with us this past week. (lots of fun!)<br>
<br>
We took plenty of pictures (it was Ken and Char's second trip on the AZ rocks) and had plenty of opportunities to play on the bigger boulders. We arrived at the end of the trail right at lunch time. Perfect timing! After lunch, we called it a wrap and headed back to the highway to air up the tires.

http://www.azvjc.org/default.asp?A=1&ID=1144
Click the above link to View Pictures (if available)Thank You,

- The AzVJC Website


96243 From: alleyn59 <alleyn59@y...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 4:34pm
Subject: Re: [OT] Tool box for free!


It's not new, but does not have a dent in it!



--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, "intertwingled" <intertwingled@q...>
wrote:
> Sounds more like a Troll box if you ask me. =P
>
> Tony
>
> alleyn59 wrote:
>
> >I have a Tool box listed in the non-jeep classifieds....free to a
> >good home! Estrella Mtn Ranch.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >Yahoo! Groups Links
> >
> >To visit your group on the web, go to:
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/az_vjc/
> >
> >To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> > az_vjc-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
> >
> >Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
> > http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >


96244 From: Rioshilo <rioshilo@c...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 4:54pm
Subject: Re: A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm ready to pull the trigger...


I think it's a good idea. I prefer the bbs style because it's easier to
skip over the stuff you don't want to read. One thing that I don't like
about bbs is that it seems like they all have people trolling around just
looking for trouble. AZVJC has been relatively free of that kind of stuff
and I would hate to see that change. Who knows, maybe that wouldn't happen.

Rio

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe West" <joe.west@d...>
To: <az_vjc@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2003 4:40 PM
Subject: [az_vjc] A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm
ready to pull the trigger...


> Hi gang,
>
> I'd like a little feedback here concerning running an AZVJC Bulletin
> Board in parallel with our current website. Please pay close attention
> to what I am saying. I don't believe that our website should be
> replaced. just supplemented with a BBS style discussion board for those
> in the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club who wish to participate in such a
> thing.
>
> Here's where things stand.
>
> Over the past few months, I have setup a Cox business account and two
> servers. I now have php and mysql running on one of the servers which
> will be used to run the BBS. I have purchased a license of Vbulletin
> (the same BBS software used to run jeepsunlimited.com) and am now ready
> to install the software and get the site up and running. I have
> registered the domain virtualjeepclub.com for the purposes of one day
> instituting a BBS for the club.
>
> Here's what I need from the club..
>
> I'd like some feedback regarding whether or not I should proceed with
> the install.
>
> One final note. Mike Chatfield has done a TON of work on our current
> webpage and trip notification system. the BBS WILL NOT replace this
> system. but rather, will supplement the system IF AND ONLY IF there
> seems to be a desire to implement a BBS. If not. I will be creating a
> Porsche club BBS and will use the Vbulletin license I purchased for that
> BBS.
>
> Okay. let's have it. comments, concerns, good idea, bad idea.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Joe West
>
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>
>
>
>
> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
> To visit your group on the web, go to:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/az_vjc/
>
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> az_vjc-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
>
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
> http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
>
>
>


96245 From: Reid Scholes <azturf@c...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 5:21pm
Subject: Re: AZ laws for rockcrawler on pavement?


Try this. Title 28, Chapter 3, Article 16
http://www.azleg.state.az.us/ars/28/title28.htm


----- Original Message -----
From: "lrgclg2003" <lrgclg@a...>
To: <az_vjc@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2003 9:17 PM
Subject: [az_vjc] AZ laws for rockcrawler on pavement?


>
> I'm new to Arizona and this area. What are the requirements for my
> 50'Willys truck on the pavement? She has a cab and front clip, 83"
> tall, doors, turn signals front and rear, tubed frame behind the cab,
> external roll cage,swamper SX 38.5x14x16.5 humvee rims w/runflats,
> dana 60 front waggy springs hydro assist, 14 bolt ff coil spring
> rear, front fenders only.
> Got some other stuff on it but what laws are there to register &
> license my crawler? Are there mudflap,fender,front or rear
> lights,windshield wiper, types of a law or what. I would like to only
> make one trip to the DMV.
>
>
>
>
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96246 From: JamesT <James.Towle@a...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 5:39pm
Subject: Re: A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm ready to pull the trigger...


Do I really need to say anything? lol
Why not a .org site? just a question, since this is not for profit.

BTW - Joe if you need us to pitch in on the services let us know.
The alternative to that is having a single banner ad to offset
costs, similar to what NM is doing.

The sooner the better,

--James

--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, "Joe West" <joe.west@d...> wrote:
> Hi gang,
>
> I'd like a little feedback here concerning running an AZVJC
Bulletin
> Board in parallel with our current website. Please pay close
attention
> to what I am saying. I don't believe that our website should be
> replaced. just supplemented with a BBS style discussion board for
those
> in the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club who wish to participate in such a
> thing.
>
> Here's where things stand.
>
> Over the past few months, I have setup a Cox business account and
two
> servers. I now have php and mysql running on one of the servers
which
> will be used to run the BBS. I have purchased a license of
Vbulletin
> (the same BBS software used to run jeepsunlimited.com) and am now
ready
> to install the software and get the site up and running. I have
> registered the domain virtualjeepclub.com for the purposes of one
day
> instituting a BBS for the club.
>
> Here's what I need from the club..
>
> I'd like some feedback regarding whether or not I should proceed
with
> the install.
>
> One final note. Mike Chatfield has done a TON of work on our
current
> webpage and trip notification system. the BBS WILL NOT replace this
> system. but rather, will supplement the system IF AND ONLY IF there
> seems to be a desire to implement a BBS. If not. I will be
creating a
> Porsche club BBS and will use the Vbulletin license I purchased
for that
> BBS.
>
> Okay. let's have it. comments, concerns, good idea, bad idea.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Joe West
>
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


96247 From: Arizona Virtual Jeep club <azvjc@a...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 5:54pm
Subject: Re: A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm ready to pull the trigger...


I think this is a good interim solution. The club has obviously
outgrown the Yahoo Groups mailing list and I have not put as much
time into the new software as I originally planned.

Also I am sure we can retrieve messages from the MySql database once
the new site is ready. Additionally we can probably come up with
some scripts to insert important Historical Yahoo Groups messages
into the BBS.

In the mean time, we can also add the AzVJC website "look and feel"
and open the BBS application in a frame of the website for a end-user
seamless integration.

- Mike
--- In az_vjc@yahoogroups.com, "Joe West" <joe.west@d...> wrote:
> Hi gang,
>
> I'd like a little feedback here concerning running an AZVJC Bulletin
> Board in parallel with our current website. Please pay close
attention
> to what I am saying. I don't believe that our website should be
> replaced. just supplemented with a BBS style discussion board for
those
> in the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club who wish to participate in such a
> thing.
>
> Here's where things stand.
>
> Over the past few months, I have setup a Cox business account and
two
> servers. I now have php and mysql running on one of the servers
which
> will be used to run the BBS. I have purchased a license of
Vbulletin
> (the same BBS software used to run jeepsunlimited.com) and am now
ready
> to install the software and get the site up and running. I have
> registered the domain virtualjeepclub.com for the purposes of one
day
> instituting a BBS for the club.
>
> Here's what I need from the club..
>
> I'd like some feedback regarding whether or not I should proceed
with
> the install.
>
> One final note. Mike Chatfield has done a TON of work on our current
> webpage and trip notification system. the BBS WILL NOT replace this
> system. but rather, will supplement the system IF AND ONLY IF there
> seems to be a desire to implement a BBS. If not. I will be
creating a
> Porsche club BBS and will use the Vbulletin license I purchased for
that
> BBS.
>
> Okay. let's have it. comments, concerns, good idea, bad idea.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Joe West
>
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


96248 From: Keith <khaw@n...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 6:09pm
Subject: RE: A little feedback on moving forward with AZVJC BBS.... I'm ready to pull the trigger...


I like the idea of a bbs style group. My only concern would be outside
interest joining. Right now our group is Az. based. If it goes bbs how
would we limit it to Az. Jeepers only?
Keith

P.S. Joe I need to talk to you about getting some club stickers.



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96249 From: <Rokihora@a...>
Date: Mon Dec 29, 2003 1:40pm
Subject: Jeeperman skidz


I am looking into rocker skids and am partial to the Jeeperman series. I
like
>the way they mount between the body and frame with no holes in the rocker
>itself. They also have a small "nerf" type bar to step with and give added
>protection.
>Question, does anyone have any opinions on them?? Can they handle the
hard core abuse of rocks and hi lifts without rocker
>damage??
>Also, anyone have any ideas on other skids that are as good or better,
,with
>a no drill type mount system that will move with a later installed body lift
>and a small step/protector bar. Especially no drill into the body. Also
able to handle a body lift at a later time without gap and to much trouble
>Thanks
>Tony


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