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I recently picked up a new to me '14 JKU Sport and have aspirations of using it as a overlanding type vehicle. I don't foresee myself driving it though Central/South America but rather more local weekend trips with my family. With any luck, the family will enjoy it and we can push farther out each time.

This is my third Wrangler as I've owned a TJ and an LJ previously. I've been in the Air Force for 19 years and will retire this October. My other hobby is riding my '16 Victory Cross Country X-1 with the CVMA. That's me in a nutshell and I look forward to learning from y'all.
 

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I recently picked up a new to me '14 JKU Sport and have aspirations of using it as a overlanding type vehicle. I don't foresee myself driving it though Central/South America but rather more local weekend trips with my family. With any luck, the family will enjoy it and we can push farther out each time.

This is my third Wrangler as I've owned a TJ and an LJ previously. I've been in the Air Force for 19 years and will retire this October. My other hobby is riding my '16 Victory Cross Country X-1 with the CVMA. That's me in a nutshell and I look forward to learning from y'all.
@lamboryta;

Welcome to the forum;

I'm glad you stated that a JKU was a Wrangler - I'd of had no idea otherwise.

I have never owned a Wrangler, had a couple of Grand Cherokee's and now my XK.

I had some interest in Wranglers at one point - until I saw how over-priced they were.

But hey, a Jeep is a Jeep, so again, welcome.
 
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