Jeep WJ Project – My New Years Resolution Challenge to You!!

Jeep WJ Project - My New Years Resolution Challenge to You!!

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The video pretty much speaks for itself… This is my 2019 New Years Resolution, and my Craftsman Story. Thank you guys for being supporters of the channel and watching all my videos, it really means a lot to me!

I challenge you to have the same new years resolution as me… If you do, I bet you wont regret it.

A wise man once told me, “When you get to the end of your life, you wont regret the things you did do that you shouldn’t have done… you’ll regret the things you didn’t do that you could have done.”

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43 thoughts on “Jeep WJ Project – My New Years Resolution Challenge to You!!”

  1. What is your New Years Resolution? Post it below! Will you accept my challenge and make this your New Years Goal as well??

  2. The thumbs downers must of had blurry vision from their watery eyes!!
    Great Matt!!
    Reminds me of 40yrs ago when my Dad forgot to put back in the oil drain plug & 5qts ran all over the garage floor.
    The words he said that would of made a sailor blush!!!

  3. That's a GREAT new years resolution! You can never spend too much time with your kids.
    I try to get them involved in everything I do on their cars so if anything they have an idea on how it works.
    Great video keep up the good work…

  4. Amazing video. It's always the best to spend time with family and if family time and jeep time merge even better

  5. Hey, painting the plastic trim along the bottom of the WJ is actually really easy. My dad and I painted mine black in HS, and it turned out AWESOME!! it really improved the entire look of the car.

  6. Matt this is amazing I may young but I've been following you for about 5 yrs now and I've got 3 jeeps of my own now and I am also pretty broke and yet every penny goes into them all, keep on jeeping on, maybe one day ill get to go wheeling with you, Nate and Jeremy – Dylan Cornish

  7. I went with some NICE budget springs from Fat Bob's Garage: https://4× Some Rubicon take-off shocks, and JK take-off wheels and cut to length JK control arms, for my 1999 WJ 4.7l. Named her Christine for all possessed electrical Gremlins.

  8. Thank you. I didn’t think you were old enough to have a teenager! Man I can tell you that your message was spot on. I have 4 kids and I feel like I have wasted so much of my time with them. My oldest 3 are actually bonus kids that came with my wife, which has been a huge blessing. I treat them as my own and they treat me like I am blood. My youngest was abused by his biological mom, and I had to fight for custody of him. It was a long expensive battle that tested my values, but two years ago my wife was able actually able to adopt him. Watching your video brought me to tears because at this time he has been removed from our home because he is a threat to himself. He’s a sweet kid, but the abuse he went through between 1-3 years old caused some psychological issues that are destroying him now. I’m not saying this stuff to have a pity party. Life sucks right now, but I can use this situation to tell you that Matt’s video isn’t something to take lightly. Go hug your kids because you don’t know when their last day with you may be. This world is a harsh place for a kid to be and they need you. Don’t take one moment with them for granted!

  9. I lost my 15 year old son my best bud 3 years ago from a bicycle accident. We were working on his first vehicle together that he bought with his own hard earned money. He bought a 1973 Datsun 620 and tore it down to frame and sand blasted the frame for days and then we painted it flat black and now it just sits collecting dust I made a promise to him in the YouTube video we made in his memory that we would finish his truck for him the way he wanted it but everyone who said they would help all disappeared. So anyways yes time is never promised so do something now!

  10. Best video ever Matt!!
    Bleepinjeep is best on you tube !
    Got me all up in my feelings
    And me and everybody take so much for granted!
    Thanks Matt for all the help and videos sir

  11. Very few videos nowadays actually get me emotional but this really brought tears to my eyes. So amazing what you did with your son I hope I can do the same in a couple of years with my son. Keep up the good work.

  12. Just lost my uncle last week, we've done many garage days over the past few years and Jeep stuff when I was a kid got me into them. This hit me in the feels. Good stuff, hope to see more of your family in the videos.

  13. Great video. This was also my resolution. I am trying to spend more time with my family as well. Keep up the great work. Love your videos!

  14. The military has taken my New Years resolution away…Spending more time with family. Hopefully that changes really soon. Thanks for the awesome video Matt, it made my entire day.

  15. Austin got the hookup from craftsman! Yay for a WJ build. My daily driven toy is a WJ on 4 inches of lift. My cousin runs the rough country winch plate on his WJ and I can tell you from experience of wheeling with him, that it is extremely solid. Please let me know if you need any advice on the build, I have lots of pics and documentation. I wish I took more videos, I would have submitted them to you. Your channel has helped me quite a bit, I hope to help you out if possible too. This year will include major upgrades for my CJ7, starting with rewiring and then regearing, let me know if you would like a video or 2

  16. Thanks for that, Matt. You said what we all needed to hear. Enjoy every day because it could be our last.

    A dear, departed buddy always said this, and I quote: "Every day above ground… a good one!"
    Keep em coming Matt!

    BTW, my 2019 New Years resolution is I am going to start buying auction vehicles and flipping them till I can get my Corvette C-6 or C-7 for a deal, then rebuild it and make it better than OEM. Happy New Year to you and all the "Bleepin Jeep"ers.

  17. Awesome video mat love to see more content with your son working with you passing on your knowledge to your son and the people out here on YouTube you do a lot of Awesome videos the bleep in Jeep crew I should say LOL keep up the good work and let's see that son helping you more often

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