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Nice!

When you drive up to the Arctic Ocean on the Dempster or Dalton, you'll come through Whitehorse.

Let's grab a beer when you do, I can tell you all about the roads around here (I've been into the Arctic Circle a handful of times..)

If you're interested, the local Jeep guys are extremely friendly and would love to have you along on one of their trail runs I'm sure.

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Nice!

When you drive up to the Arctic Ocean on the Dempster or Dalton, you'll come through Whitehorse.

Let's grab a beer when you do, I can tell you all about the roads around here (I've been into the Arctic Circle a handful of times..)

If you're interested, the local Jeep guys are extremely friendly and would love to have you along on one of their trail runs I'm sure.

-Dan
That sounds like an excellent plan. Thank you. I will make sure to visit, likewise if you come down to the Easter Jeep Safari I will buy you the beer.
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That sounds like an excellent plan. Thank you. I will make sure to visit, likewise if you come down to the Easter Jeep Safari I will buy you the beer.
Sounds great.

EJS is on my "Jeep wish list", though it's for sure many years away. Bigger adventures first

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Did I miss the pictures?
I have been having a hard time posting pictures for some reason.

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I was curious as to what my JK weighed so I popped down to the local gravel yard and had it weighed.

5,214 lbs empty but with a full tank of gas.
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Your experience with the 3.8L JK is interesting. There's a lot of internet forum pressure to upgrade everything on these Jeeps. Your experience was a great reminder to keep things as stock as possible. See ya out there.
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