Welcome to the Warner Robins Jeep Club!
Welcome to the Warner Robins Jeep Club (WRJC) which was established in Warner Robins, Georgia in 2011. Don’t let the name fool you, you don’t have to live in Warner Robins to be a part of the club. We have members living throughout the state of Georgia and around the world.
We are Jeep enthusiasts that enjoy all that is Jeep! Our members drive everything from stock Jeeps to specially built rock crawling buggies and everything in between. We enjoy cruising with the top and doors off, camping, exploring national parks and forests, and hitting the trails at off-road vehicle parks. Some of our club events also include local meet and greets, sponsoring families in need during Thanksgiving and Christmas, and assisting local children's homes with any needs they have.
Our mission is to make a positive impact on our local communities and set the example for the responsible use and enjoyment of our country's natural resources.
So, if you own a Jeep and want to hang around other folks who own Jeeps, register and join us at our next event (check out the Official/Unofficial Events section). We can’t wait to meet you!!!
October 24, 2016, 06:25:50 PM by luke35whelan
Views: 51 | Comments: 5
Megan was on her way to work, crossed a bumpy bridge a d she felt as if her breaks "went out and brake pedal vibrated " I looked and the cap on the brake fluid reservoir is broken. Looks like the last person to add fluid broke 2 of the 3 tabs on the cap (dealer item I'm sure) I think what she experienced was either TC or ABS. I duct taped the cap on. I'm sure it isn't a pressurized system but maybe a vacuum? The brakes work fine, a little spongy but i let Camden drive it. She drove it yesterday and says the brakes feel the same. When I get a replacement cap, do I need to bleed them? Thanks.
October 24, 2016, 11:42:57 AM by Jacobtp | Views: 46 | Comments: 3
I have an 02 Jeep Wrangler for sale. 4.0 inline 6 automatic transmission. It's got a new best top frameless soft top on it. A year old transmission with upgrades. Several new front end parts. It's got a 2in rough country spacer lift sitting on 32 bfg all terrains. Also a 12,000 pond warn wench. 136,000 miles on it asking 9500. For more info and pics call 678-236-1959
October 24, 2016, 10:47:22 AM by Trout
Views: 25 | Comments: 0
The end of the year is quickly creeping up on us. This means the Annual Centerville Christmas Parade is right around the corner. Go ahead and mark your calendars for December 3rd @ 7:00pm. As always the only entry fee is a Donation of 1 toy to the Toys for Tots Drive. So start thinking about how you are going to light up your jeeps, get ready to stock up on after Halloween candy sales. I'm excited this is one of my favorite home events we do and the more the merrier, we've always had a good turn out and the kids love seeing our jeeps rolling down the street