Wobbles the Mind
wobblesthemind
12:42 PM
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If you two are looking to get into a home sooner rather than later, then you’ll want to avoid having any car payments at the time you shop. That will give you better rates, less money down, and higher mortgage qualifications. Otherwise, you would need the Stinger to insure at less than $114 per month to essentially Read more

5/28/20
11:46 AM
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I understand completely! I’ve put nearly 120,000 of my own miles on this 2012, which is also 2WD. I was doing 45,000 miles annually for the first two years but now it mostly sits in the airport parking lot. I can’t let go of good cars that I know I can count on.

5/28/20
11:15 AM
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Nice job! Awesome to see WK2s head towards 200,000 miles and up (though I bet you’re ready for something new). It shouldn’t be a ticking time bomb, that’s more of a Wrangler feature.

5/21/20
2:48 PM
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I’m just going to stop by Walmart and grab a kit. I’m not sweating it since they’re just housings for halogens.

5/21/20
2:10 PM
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Definitely, it’s like you’re reading one of my Teddy Roosevelt fanfics.

5/21/20
1:59 PM
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It’s a 2012 with the 5.7L. The build quality and trim don’t hold up for long, but the electronics and mechanicals are solid and it’s easy to own, very reliable.

5/15/20
2:00 PM
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Honestly, that’s one of the cheapest quotes I’ve seen for anything out here. A 2011 Hyundai Accent Sedan is about the same price for the same coverage.

5/15/20
1:52 PM
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I’m in Albuquerque, New Mexico. As I get older, I’m appreciating the cost of living out here. Pay isn’t as high as other areas though so I guess it all evens out.

5/11/20
8:15 PM
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Lol, I definitely understand. However, the things I’ve heard of people doing for a Klondike bar... I think taking 30 minutes to make a phone call and fill out an online form are worth the payout.

5/5/20
4:26 PM
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This is my kind of content! Great to see them and happy belated birthday! (I missed seeing that post.)