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!!!
July 21, 2016, 07:11:58 PM by luke35whelan
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Thought I'd shop around a little for car insurance. Been with esurance for a while, just curious to see what's out there. My father-in-law suggested I check out The Hartford/AARP cause I am technically over 50. AARP makes me want to puke but you only have to be a member for one year to get the heavily discounted rate, then drop AARP. I requested a quote online and was told to call as there was more info they needed. Kinda forgot till I received a letter from them. They refuse to cover either Wrangler because they are too prone to heavy damage and cost too much to repair. I had no idea this was a thing.
July 21, 2016, 09:51:14 AM by jessebkr87
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I have a pair of LED headlights for sale that I had installed for about four months (two months of that the Jeep was in storage). I'll include a link below to the website with further details from ORA.
Included are the anti-flicker harnesses and LED bulbs for the fog lights (fogs are just for color matching the headlight as they don't put out very much light).
The headlights themselves put out a good amount of very bright light. The ONLY reason I switched to J.W. Speaker headlights was because the accent light on the passenger side headlight would take a split second longer to come on than the driver side and I'm super OCD about my Jeep.
Regarding the accent light: there is no issue with the headlights or the harnesses. The company has great customer service and sent me two replacement headlights and two harnesses. No matter what combination or location combination I installed the lights in the passenger side accent light would still take a split second longer to come on. The only time it didn't do that was with the harness not installed, so it must have something to do with the way the power and harness work together on that side (I fix electronics for work and this is still super strange).
Note: the accent light is optional and doesn't have to be connected.
I paid $359 for everything and am asking $220 OBO.
July 20, 2016, 09:42:51 PM by Josh Plested
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Well, today on the way to work, I was watching my guages, and they were slowing creeping up, the states around 220ish then crept up near the 250 mark. I didn't let it quite get there before I turned it off. After sitting there for a while, letting it cool off, I continued on and got to work.. On the way home, I had no problems.. She stayed around the 210 mark. Any suggestions? I was thinking about maybe changing the thermostat this weekend is there anythi else I should look at? Maybe water pump?
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