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    Hello from Oregon...

    I've been using this site since I started smoking a few years ago. I love how this site reviews techniques in a non-biased format from multiple perspectives; science, personal preferences from various experts, to geographical customs and traditions. It really allows me to build my own personal techniques. I can see why this site has become so popular.

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      Welcome to The Pit.

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        Welcome to the Pit from your neighbor to the north!

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            Welcome from Maryland.

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              Welcome to the Pit!

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                Welcome from Maryland!

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                      Yes, we are experts at giving you perspectives & preferences. Thank you. Welcome, eat good & have fun!

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                        Welcome from southeast Michigan!

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                          Welcome from the Lowcountry of South Carolina

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                            Welcome to the PIT! I do hope you get to build and bolster your personal preferences. I've found all mine to have been wrong...

                            No location? You must own one of the jeeps I've recently pulled to safety. (It's Okay.)

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                            • HouseHomey
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                              Eh.. Oregon. 😀

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                              I have a 95 Jeep wrangler, That bought brand new in 95... She's sprung over, locked front and rear, Tera low transfer case, with reversed shackles. She has always gotten me own, even when she slips and can't keep her feet on the ground.

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                            Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
                            Glad to have ya here, to learn along with me...
                            Jeeps? Cool Beans!
                            As a lad, I learned to drive on my Da's '46 CJ2A...; I still want one!
                            To ease th pain, I've had me three '86 CUCV's, among several other square-body 4x4s...
                            (Currently have a '83 3/4t Silverado awaitin some resto: but already has a BUILT 383/TH400 combo, 3:73 axles) WIP $
                            Climbin th Walls, in anticipation of completion...
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                              ha - that figures...

                            • Mr. Bones
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                              ha - that figures...
                              Would ya expect any different from me, STL? lol!
                              JGo37
                              I'd hate to disappoint...
                              BTW, that there's Profilin

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                              You got the wall. I want to see you climb the fence!

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