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Jp Magazine June 2019

From home-based technical how-to articles, backcountry adventures, latest upgrades and performance modifications, articles committed to the repair, restoration and modification, practical, highly technical articles providing expert insight into all types of hardware for every model, from military to modern, colorful features explore rare and collectible models covering general, historic and rare jeeps, Jp reports on the world of jeeping like no other magazine can!

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trail head

The Internet is one of the best places in the world—it is a window into a virtual world where anything is possible and information is somewhat freely available. In the palm of your hand lies the truth to many of life’s Jeep questions, from “What size lift do I need on my Wrangler to fit 35s?” to “Where can I wheel this weekend in Ohio?” The only problem is verifying the truth and veracity of the answers you get back. Just like in high school where we found out supposed truths like “mud tires suck in the sand” are false, the Internet is rife with misconceptions, half-truths, and downright lies. It’s a matter of sorting through the riffraff to get to the true knowledgebase beneath the rubble. I could say that…

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jpeditor@jpmagazine.com Badges In Mailbag (Feb. ’19), Terry Peavler from Colorado asked if it was proper to put emblems on his current Jeep showing trails he’d conquered in a previous Jeep. I can understand not wanting to mislead people or start an argument by misrepresenting what his current Jeep has accomplished. Last July my wife and I and another couple took our Jeeps to Colorado and ran most of the trails in the Ouray area. I picked up stickers at a local store representing those trails. Then came the dilemma of how to display them. Windshields get replaced, as do entire Jeeps. I could put them on my shop fridge, but what about when it craps out? Then it dawned on me. I can blow up a pic of our Jeep on one of…

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where the jeeps are

Having an event? Let us know! Remember the magazine needs about four months of advance warning. Just follow these steps: • Name of event:• Date(s) of event:• City/State of event:• Name of venue (if applicable):• Website for readers to learn more about your event:• Why your event is cool in five words or less:• Have a high-resolution photo from a previous event? Feel free to send it to us and we might just include it.• Send the info and photo to: jpeditor@jpmagazine.com• Make your subject line, “Where the Jeeps Are.”…

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jpeditor@jpmagazine.com Jeep News & Rumors • Is Jeep planning a version of the Gladiator to compete with the desert-derbying capabilities of the Ford F-150 Raptor and Chevy Colorado ZR2?• Our sister mag Four Wheeler named the ’19 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon SUV of the Year.• The Jeep Cherokee and Compass won awards for “their popularity with diverse customers” at the 4th annual Diversity Volume Leadership Awards.• Is Fiat Chrysler working with Avis Budget Group on a 3-month subscription service for Jeep owners that would allow them to drive a Ram or Dodge?• A custom ’81 Jeep CJ-7 built by Gas Monkey Garage sold for $200,000 at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Arizona, with all proceeds going to the Gary Sinise Foundation, which helps first responders and military in need. According to B-J, “To sweeten…

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we need your stuck or broken or military jeep!

We want your Jeep for our Sideways department! Here are ways you can get your Jeep in Jp Magazine! Your broken parts or broken Jeep: Did you have an epic snap, blow-up, or breakage? How about an insane trail repair? Photo or it didn’t happen. Stuck/Flopped/Rollover: Send us your four-wheeling mess. Vintage and Military Jeep: We like old-timey and military things, like with your father or grandfather, or even modern service. Jeep Road Trip: A photo from your best road trip that took place in a Jeep. The Jeep needs to be in the photo in a landmark location. Like the Travelocity gnome. Follow this format: • Your name and your city/state:• Year/make/model of your Jeep/military Jeep:• Where the photo took place:• Describe what we are seeing in the photo/other info we may need to know:•…

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where do you read jp magazine?

“I’m Captain Aaron Menough, and I’m a ships pilot on the Great Lakes. My favorite place to read Jp Magazine is going from Detroit to the Welland Canal, a 17-hour trip crossing Lake Erie.” This is Aaron on the Federal Ruhr. “It was the last ‘Salty’ to leave the Great Lakes on December 24, 2018, prior to the Seaway closing. In the background you can see downtown Detroit. Often, upon completing a trip, I will leave my Jp Magazine on the chart table to continue its journey to Italy, China, Africa, or wherever the sea takes cargo holds full of grain. It offers a seldom-viewed take on a fantastic American subculture to foreign seafaring travelers.” Perhaps our favorite part of his note was this: “I’m from Toledo and have many…