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How about something relatively easy?
« on: May 14, 2012, 04:51:39 pm »
1.  What manufacturer built the four person reconnaissance car for the German army that inspired the American jeep?

2.  What axle/gear manufacturer just happens to be based in the same town that jeeps were built in for so many years?

3.  What model of jeep is named after the most famous off road trail in the world?

4.  True or False:  YJ stands for "Yesterday's Jeep", TJ stands for "Today's Jeep", and JK stands for "Just Kidding".

5.  If you shifted your jeep with your left hand, what job would you most likely have?

6.  This model of FSJ-series jeep was a truck named after a boss.

7.  This model of FSJ-series jeep was a wagon named after a boss.

8.  In 1966, the Wagoneer line added a luxury option.  What was the name of this model that lasted until 1969?

9.  How many slots are there in a CJ-7 grill?

10.  How many CJ-4's were built?
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2012, 04:26:02 pm »
1.  What manufacturer built the four person reconnaissance car for the German army that inspired the American jeep?
Volkswagen


2.  What axle/gear manufacturer just happens to be based in the same town that jeeps were built in for so many years?
Dana


3.  What model of jeep is named after the most famous off road trail in the world?
TJ, LJ, and JK Rubicon


4.  True or False:  YJ stands for "Yesterday's Jeep", TJ stands for "Today's Jeep", and JK stands for "Just Kidding".
False


5.  If you shifted your jeep with your left hand, what job would you most likely have?
You'd probably be a postal delivery person.


6.  This model of FSJ-series jeep was a truck named after a boss.
Honcho


7.  This model of FSJ-series jeep was a wagon named after a boss.
Chief


8.  In 1966, the Wagoneer line added a luxury option.  What was the name of this model that lasted until 1969?
Super Wagoneer


9.  How many slots are there in a CJ-7 grill?
Seven


10.  How many CJ-4's were built?
One
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2012, 07:23:52 pm »
Guess the beginners didn't know.....
"Trail Boss" Jenn Watson
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2012, 09:59:13 pm »
Guess the beginners didn't know.....

Sorry.
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #4 on: May 25, 2012, 10:11:42 pm »
Lol its ok....just wish the trivia would pick up again...
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #5 on: June 24, 2012, 04:33:24 pm »
How about these then?  Hopefully, these are easier.


1.  The "Tuxedo Park" was a what; CJ-2, CJ-3A, or CJ-5?

2.  Which one of these corporations never built a jeep?*  Ford, Plymouth, Kaiser, AM General

3.  FC in FC-150 or FC-170 stands for what?

4.  Which of these platforms did NOT offer a Wagoneer version?  FSJ, All Steel Station Wagon, ZJ, C-101, WK2, CJ-6A, XJ

5.  True or False; The SRT-8 option is a straight (inline) eight cylinder engine.

6.  What riding mower manufacturer did AMC own?

7.  The Vigilante engine has how many cylinders?

8.  The Lightening engine has how many cylinders?

9.  The Tornado engine has how many cylinders?

10.  The Hurricane engine has how many cylinders?





*for purposes of this discussion, a "jeep" is defined as an American, 4x4, quarter ton truck or reconnaissance car built either for the military or the civilian market.
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #6 on: June 26, 2012, 01:51:59 am »
1.   ORIGINALLY STARTED AS A ,      TRIM PACKAGE .
2.   PLYMOUTH .
3.   FAT CAB  ?  OH OH I KNOW HOW ABOUT FORWARD CONTROL .  WAS THERE EVER A REARWARD CONTROL ?
4.   UM , HOW ABOUT WK2 CJ6A ?
5.   FALSE .
6.   WHEEL HORSE .
7.   VIGILANTE - EIGHT CYL.
8.   LIGHTENING ?   IS  THIS SPELLED CORRECT ?   I'M NOT BEING CRITICAL , JUST WANT TO LEARN THE CORRECT INFORMATION .
                              THANK YOU SOYLENT ,       LIGHTNING - SIX CYL.
9.    TORNADO - SIX CYL.
10.  HURRICANE - FOUR CYL.    SUPER HURRICANE  - SIX CYL.

I.M NOT UP ON THE NEW JEEPS TO MUCH , IT'S ALMOST LIKE ALPHABET SOUP NOW A DAYS .
 
LET ME KNOW WHICH ONES ARE WRONG  , SO I CAN RETHINK THEM .

THANK YOU FOR THIS TEST .
                             
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #7 on: July 15, 2012, 07:47:15 pm »
The only one I'd change is your first answer.  The Tuxedo Park jeeps were built on the CJ-5A and CJ-6A platforms.


And yes, you caught my spelling mistake.  My laptop corrected it, I think.  At least that's my story, cince Im a stikler ofr propur spleening.
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2012, 08:57:13 pm »
OK SOYLENT BUT I WILL STICK WITH MY ANSWER AS GIVEN BY WHAT WAS ASKED .
THINKING QUESTION #1 MIGHT HAVE BEEN A TRICK QUESTION .
( THE "TUXEDO PARK " WAS A WHAT : CJ-2 , CJ-3A , OR CJ-5 ? )
USING THE JEEP TIMELINE , IN 1961 THE "TUXEDO PARK " WAS FIRST INTRODUCED AS A TRIM PACKAGE ON THE CJ-5 .
                                            IN 1964 THE "TUXEDO PARK " WAS FIRST INTRODUCED AS IT'S OWN MODEL OF THE CJ-5A ,
                                            AND THE CJ-6A.
WITH YOUR  ANSWERS I HAD TO PICK FROM ,TWO ARE WRONG OF COURSE (CJ-2 & CJ-3A ) AN ONE (CJ-5 ) , WOULD HAVE THE CORRECT ANSWER BEING THE "TRIM PACKAGE"
                                            CJ-5 = "TUXEDO PARK" WAS THE "TRIM PACKAGE" IN "1961"
                                            CJ-5A = "TUXEDO PARK" WAS THE JEEP MODEL IN '1964'
WILL YOU RETHINK MY ANSWER FOR QUESTION #1 ?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH MY FRIEND , NO NEED TO BE STIKLER OFR PROPUR SPLEENING FOR ME ON COMMON WORDS , JUST WHEN IT COMES TO TECHNICAL STUFF THOUGH WOULD HELP KEEP ME STRIGHT .
AGAIN THANK YOU FOR YOUR INPUT ,
WILL LOOK FOR YOUR REPLY .
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #9 on: August 17, 2012, 12:49:16 am »
No reply as of yet from Soylent ?
So how about this question then ?
In my stock form I have five brake drums , where is my fifth drum located ?
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #10 on: August 28, 2012, 09:04:02 pm »
transfer case
build it, beat it, break it, fix it, repeat
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #11 on: August 29, 2012, 09:18:49 pm »
Hillbilly , that works for me .
You get the cookie .
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Re: How about something relatively easy?
« Reply #12 on: August 30, 2012, 08:06:38 pm »
shouldve seen the look when i found the first one.
build it, beat it, break it, fix it, repeat
A member of the church requests to be buried in his jeep because "It ain't never been in a hole it couldn't get out of."
   91 xj 8.5" lift -33" x 12.50 and my own additions
 94 xj (wifes) 3.5" lift and the boys 1979 cj7