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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!!!

August 18, 2017, 06:07:55 PM by Austintarpley01
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I have:
  G2 front D30 axle truss/gusset bracket 68/2050- summit racing part number
Brand new, still in the unopened box. $150
  G2 rear D44 axle truss
68/2052- summit racing part number
Brand new, still in the unopened box. $200

Only selling because I decided to go a different route with my axles, I bought them a couple weeks ago and they've been in my room since then.

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2011 JK
August 18, 2017, 11:35:12 AM by AirWrangler
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I've been dream shopping for my Jeep again which this time around meant a lot of YouTube videos about people's Jeeps and what they have built (I frequent the build forum here as well) to get ideas of what I would like to do next.  Well I stumbled across a video by AdventureDex about a new Tablet/GPS system to replace the stock GPS in the newer Jeeps.  Didn't really care to replace mine anytime soon but I figured I'd check it out, but it was in that video I noticed something on his dash where he mounted things like his cameras, cell phone, and tablets.  Which obviously got me curious and lead me to another one of the videos talking about this mount.

Some of you may or may not have heard about it but I know you've heard about the company that makes it which is Vector Offroad because I seen comments in build threads about some of their other products.  This mount is called the JKE-Dock which have some for the 2011-2017 Jeeps and for the 2007-2010 (going for $139 on their site).  They also have a half bar if you don't want to take up the whole dash.  They recommend pairing it with RAM Mounts which literally have mounts for everything you can think of from gyro stabilized cup holders to laptops (apparently they do a lot with police departments and the military).  The mounts can be bought as a kit for something your specifically want/need or you can build your own.

I have already picked up the dash mount and one RAM mount kit.  I'll definitely post pictures when arrives if anybody is interested and want to know more about it.  For now I'll just post a few links below to kind of tell more about it.

Vector Offroad JKE-Dock

RAM Mounts

Installation & Review
August 17, 2017, 09:07:43 PM by luke35whelan
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Ive done everything I can think of. Ball joints are good, tie rod, drag link replaced, alignment, rotate and balance, played with tire pressure. Rotors and pads x4. All to no avail.  I'm at my wit's end. Front end still isn't right. Still has a shimmy, bad at times. Tired of throwing money at this thing. It's quickly becoming not fun. Any ideas? Time to trade it in for a Prius?
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