This is going to be a fun little class that a lot of our members can really benefit from especially the new ones. When we take our jeeps off road and get them really muddy and use them in dusty conditions they need some special attention afterwards that just isn't ever a concern for most people with normal daily driving. A lot of this stuff is covered in your jeep manual (the one you didn't read) but we are going to get into this a bit. You'll benefit from things that took me many years to learn in just a short class. Show up with clothes you can get dirty in. I will have you under your own jeep and in the engine compartment. We're even going to have your tires off. If you don't have a hi-lift jack you'll get a chance to use one if interested and see why so many of us cary them. I've posted the time for this class as 6:00 but if you can't make it right at six no worries come anyway. This class isn't going to be a lecture it'll be a one on one kind of a thing with your own jeep. For those of you who know this stuff already please come if you can and help out. We're going to pair some people up and get on with it. I'll have a bit of a list of things for you to learn and by the time you leave I guarantee almost all of you will have learned at least something. These will be important things to allow you to keep your jeep running properly after you leave the trail without causing unknown damage that can be avoided. Out of the two fun photos i've just added in the first one is an attempt for a racing team (all girl racing team) to keep mud out of their radiator in a particularly muddy track where a lot of vehicles were over heating. The second photo is of my jeep being driven by my girlfriend at last years ocean city jeep week and you can see she isn't afraid to get my jeep muddy at all and she isn't actually tall enough to reach the brake pedal so i'd try to stay out of her way. This can all be a lot of fun but we can't skip the post off road maintenance or we'll have problems.