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September 30th, 2009 Comments off

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JOTM July 2009 – Gadget

July 17th, 2009 Comments off

Here is a little info on his July winning picture and his Jeep! Congrats Gadget!

Wow…. this is a surprise.

The picture was taking in 2005 while Jeep riding in the San Juan Mountains with George Stavros, Bob Lionel and my grandson, Reed. We were on Stony Pass which is located just outside of Silverton, CO and we were traveling to the Rio Grande Reservoir and Creede, CO. This trail crosses the continental divide several times and we found this cliff and decided to park our Jeeps on it and take some poser shots.

2003 Jeep Rubicon – Khaki / Khaki Dual Tops, Automatic
Mods: RE 3.5″ Lift, JKS Disco, Seat Lift Kits, 35″ Good Year MTR, Belly / TC Skid Plate, 2″ Body Lift, CB Radio, Ham Radio, Scanner and GPS Unit

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JOTM June 2009 – Tobiass

July 17th, 2009 Comments off

Congratulations to Tobiass for winning Jeep Of The Month!

And now, a few words from our Winner!

This picture was taken at Barnwell Mountain, at LSJC Election Run 2007. My Dad, Bobby Roosz (Shaggnastie), was spotting me up a hill climb when I “bumped” the ledge at the end to get over. My Front end leaped in the air, (I actually thought I was going over a huge boulder I couldn’t see, at the time) and I rode forward on my rear tires until they too, “bumped” and cleared the ledge, finally letting my front end come back to Earth.

This picture was taken by the “Kat-Like” reflexes of my Mom, Kathy Roosz (KatnHat), who was still getting her camera ready for the trail group getting ready to run the obstacle.

The Rig: 2001 Jeep Wrangler Sport, originally owned by Shaggnastie, who installed the 4.5″ RE Suspension Lift Kit, Poison Spider Rocker Knockers, Rollcage, and Custom Bobby Roosz build Toolbox. Installed by Tobiass, with the help of Shaggnastie: 1.25″ BB, 35′ Tires, D30 Cromoly Axles Shafts, D44 Cromoly Axle Shafts. Installed by Shaggnastie/Tobiass, later checked by RussBaer: 4.88 Gears, with Detroit Lock in the Rear, and Lockrite Lock in the Front.

Can’t wait to be wheeling with the club again!

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LSJC: Best Members in the World?

May 6th, 2009 Comments off

Jeff C’s first post on the LSJC site had many members at the ready on Friday May 1, 2009. Jeff, had found himself in a sticky situation in Allen, Tx with his modified Grey TJ. Although this situation was un-sponsored, and on a Friday afternoon around quittin’ time, that didn’t stop our fellow members from responding in under 30 minutes from miles around… Read More


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JOTM – May 2009 – UP4ROX

May 5th, 2009 Comments off

Congratulations to UP4ROX for winning Jeep Of The Month! He will be receiving a custom JOTM tee-shirt for winning!

This photo was taken Read more…

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Annual Jim Parker Memorial Run Clayton April 10-12th

April 7th, 2009 Comments off

Clayton Easter Weekend!

Mike and Lenda Green are hosting a trip to Clayton Oklahoma in memory of Jim Parker.
The dates are April 10,11th and 12th. This run is geared for beginner wheelers. Come out for 3 day weekend.

More Info Here


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New LSJC Campsite Sign

April 6th, 2009 Comments off



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JOTM – April 2009 – JeepKevin

April 1st, 2009 Comments off

Congratulations to JeepKevin for winning Jeep Of The Month!

The pic was taken at Moab Easter Jeep Safari last year. This trail is called Moab Rim and takes you up several challenging rock obstacles then finishes with an overlook of the surrounding area. The traction on the rock surface was incredible. I hope to be very competive in the coming months with more pics from Moab. I leave 4/3 for another 10 day trip during EJS.

*For more info on the contest, please consult the navigation panel to the right.

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