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10th Moab Jeep Jamboree - Oct. 24 thru 26, 2008 - Moab Utah

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  • 10th Moab Jeep Jamboree - Oct. 24 thru 26, 2008 - Moab Utah

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  • #2
    We are also registered for the Jamboree and hope to join your jeep-a-van. Looking forward to the trip - never been there either. Barry & Tere

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    • #3
      Texas JJUSA?

      Are you going to also make the Fall Texas Spur this year?

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      • #4
        Cool!

        Well FYI:

        I'm a member of another club also a bit further south on i-35

        San Antonio Jeep Exclusive... We have rune with LSJC a few times over the last few years.

        Here is a link to our event calender in the event you are looking for other diversions:

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        • #5
          I have never made it to Moab and I want to go. Based on opinion, is it better to go with the Jamboree or LSJC?
          Kyle McGee, 04' LJ....... mostly stock

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          • #6
            Pix

            Can I send one of you a box of JeepTales cards to pass out at the event to help me collect photos from this event?

            Are any of you willing to write a review from this event for my website?

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            • #7
              What is Jeep-A-Van? Sorry newbie here. I might be interested in going to Moad. Are there any spots left? I never thought of going before as I did not want to drive my Jeep there. Are there any transportation arrangements available?

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              • #8
                Would it be ok if I take my stock Rubicon to MOAB, I just want to go to have fun, not necessary anything difficult just light trails.
                I will spend some on armor.

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                • #9
                  nsjeep you would be fine with a stock rubi on a jeep jamboree. They run moderate trails your jeep would be fine for. There is so much traction in moab only use your front locker if absolutely necessary.

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                  • #10
                    You would be fine in Moab with a stocker. Even on some of the harder trails they have bypasses.

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                    • #11
                      I know Nealxam is going but I would like to hear from more members who are going. Since Nealxam is going to take a detour while coming back, I wanted to see who else would be coming back straight to DFW.

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