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 on: Today at 09:47 AM 
Started by RedDad - Last post by RedDad
Fourth of July @ SMORR

*****Saturday, July 1st*****
Open Wheeling, OJT will not be providing a guided run, Fireworks that evening.

Fireworks Pricing According to SMORR's Page
**if you have not paid for wheeling***
-Adults $3
-Children 13-17 $1
-Kids 12 and under are Free

Fireworks start at Dark and its supposed to be bigger and better than last year.

*****Sunday, July 2nd*****
Guided Run, Start at 9am. The guided run will be running trails with mostly a 3-4-5 rating. If you have a rig more on the stock side, depending on the number that show up, we will try our best to find a guide for stock friendly rigs.

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 on: 06/21/17 - 08:16AM 
Started by C Kerley - Last post by 01anniversaytj
Welcome back, hope to see you on the trails..we meet monthly at Youngblood Jeep....check us out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/ozarksjeepthing/

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 on: 06/19/17 - 05:50PM 
Started by C Kerley - Last post by C Kerley
Well, I'm "sorta" new to this club; I came to a meet & greet at the Ozark Jeep dealership in about 2006 and came to a few meetings here and there when they were held at the southside police dept building.  I had a short hiatus out of Jeep ownership for a bit, and I'm now back in with a 1981 CJ5 that I am having a new engine installed in as I type this.  It is a work in progress, and as I was perusing the internet looking for tips and tidbits on getting this thing up and going, I remembered this local club. 

So, here I am, Carlos Kerley.  I've been at the Springfield Police Dept for almost 17 yrs now, and my assignment for the last 6 yrs has been in the Training Unit as the Range Master.  I've owned a Jeep on and off since 1987, and that covers an '85 CJ7, an '87 YJ, a '97 TJ, and now this CJ5.  I'm not doing anything fancy with it, just a basic CJ that will look mostly stock. 


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 on: 06/14/17 - 08:40AM 
Started by ShowMeTJ - Last post by 01anniversaytj
You might want to try posting on Midwest Jeep Thing on Facebook, most OJT Members view there posts and FB gets way more traffic than this forum.

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 on: 06/11/17 - 11:38AM 
Started by ShowMeTJ - Last post by ShowMeTJ
I removed the 2" coil spacers that were above the lift springs. Now I am in need of some factory TJ coil spring isolators.  If you have some laying around after doing a budget boost, that you want to get rid of, please let me know.

Thanks,
Bill

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 on: 06/ 4/17 - 10:10AM 
Started by RedDad - Last post by RedDad
Wheeling 102 event.

Wheeling 102 will be held on June 24th starting at 8 am at SMORR.

We will be continuing our off-road basics course with Wheeling 102. In this course you will be paired up with an experienced driver who will be your trail guide for the day. They will be helping answer questions and concerns, giving advice on how to pick lines, spotting you up obsticals, and friendly fellowship.

When you sign up for the event, we will need you to specify if you are a driver, passenger or a guide. If you want to be a guide and have not already discussed it with Brittney Middleby, then you can contact her at 417-350-4133, and see if it will work.

Event Pricing:

Driver- $45. Includes admission fee to the park, a T-shirt, Lunch, and a Guide for the day.
Passenger- $15. Includes admission fee and Lunch.
Guide- $27. Includes admission fee, Lunch and a T-shirt.

Extra shirts are available for anyone to purchase if they pre-register for $12 each. (Passengers will have to add this on if they want one.)

If driver has a passenger, they will need to have a rig with a backseat and the passenger(s) are expected to ride in the back seat. They guide will be in the front passenger seat at all times unless spotting or driving the vehicle for the driver.

You may attend with out pre-registering, however you will not be included in the lunch provided, get a shirt or be guaranteed a guide.

On the day of the event........

When checking in, you will check in with Brittney Middleby at the Gatehouse. Each driver and passenger will need to sign two waivers. One for the club and one for SMORR. They each will receive a wristband with the color showing their Driver/passenger status. Spouses and will be allowed to change driver/passenger rolls as long as they are both in the vehicle at all times.

Please pre-register on the Ozarks JeepThing Webpage. Link is listed below. Registration ends May 30th.

http://www.jeepthing.org/eventregistration/?action=evregister&event_id=4

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 on: 06/ 4/17 - 10:07AM 
Started by RedDad - Last post by RedDad
We will be hosting our June Meet and Greet, Friday June 16th, at the Springfield Food Truck Park. There should be plenty of seating and parking but feel free to bring yard chairs just in case. We will be meeting at 6:30pm. The trucks close around 8pm so make sure you get there early. We hope to see everyone there. Address posted below.

***836 N Glenstone Ave.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1771316786513270/?acontext=%7B%22source%22%3A4%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D&source=4&action_history=null

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 on: 05/18/17 - 05:48PM 
Started by RedDad - Last post by oilcan
The Tony Netzers are planning on being there.  It is supposed to storm Friday night. Hope to see all of your jeepers there.

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 on: 05/ 7/17 - 08:50AM 
Started by jedg - Last post by jedg
These have been SOLD

Thanks.

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 on: 05/ 6/17 - 12:41PM 
Started by 701Superjet - Last post by 701Superjet
$75 OBO.

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