Discussion in 'Overlanding / Off-Road' started by The Warrior, Sep 8, 2016.
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Lab tested and approved
Anyone see the new Gladiator Mojave?
Big Fox shocks, hydraulic jounce bumpstops, stronger knuckles, a higher ratio low range and the ability to lock the rear locker when not in 4Lo (without needing the old Rubicon hack).
Not something I'm in the market for, but interesting nonetheless. I wonder if they have one running around somewhere with the Hellcat engine yet? That, with a factory warranty (let's be real, it's a FC vehicle so you'll need the warranty anyway), would get them some more market share.
I finally joined the club!
okay you have had it long enough what are you going to do to it now?
First up is grab handles so the wifey (5’3”) can get in more easily.
The rest will come when funds are available. front rear bumpers. A winch. Still considering jack options. A recovery kit. Any suggestions? My first Jeep so I may need some guidance lol.
I suggest Land Rover. You won't go anywhere for long, but you can say you own a Land Rover and brag about how much you had to pay for it. Rich, blonde headed women love Land Rovers. That's all I ever see driving them around here.
My best friend is still picking pieces plastic from a Disco out of the back of his HiLux.... his daughter was driving it and the Disco didn't stop in time. He needs a new taillight and they need a new Disco....
We really need a thumbs down button around here.
A Hilux tail light for a complete LR Disco sounds like equal value.
...... pretty much....!
I Love My Jeep!
Door seal, cowl, window, tail light guards and a new antenna
So I was wondering how many people drive TJ's (99-06) I have been working on a new style of door pegs if your into that. Was wanting everyone's opinions on where I have gotten.
So the problem I ran into was when the doors were off and the foot pegs were bolted on you had to unbolt before the doors could go back on. That could be a big problem if your trying to beat a monsoon home. So my solution is to leave the pegs on all the time. Make were the door can come off or go back on without messing with the pegs at all. I am currently waiting on aluminum to make pegs that will fold completely flat againstthe body
That's slick. I'm excited to see the final product.
....... excuse my ignorance (it's a Jeep thread so I feel uneasy just reading this stuff ) but what are the pegs for ? My first thought was that when the engine inevitably seized you could have one foot on these and ride it home scooter style but I think I may be mistaken ?
I honestly have no idea ?