The Mojave vs Rubicon question always makes me scratch my head.
"Ive done all my research and I definitely need a Rubicon or a Mojave for the hard GNAR I hit when I'm OFFROADING to the mall"
If you're actually doing the things you're say you're doing and you really need those extra things that...
I really don't like the "erector set" type of racks and all racks in the material cost vs retail price just feel like companies are absolutely fleecing consumers. I get that there is overhead, but still too much.
I used Unistrut for trail rail, Compact Camping Solutions brackets and some 1 1/4"...
Its not a badge of honor
but $1k for a magnetic roll is steep. CNC machines aren't cheap, CAD software isn't either, vinyl cutter/printer, ect I get the upfront cost for the business is big, but that just seems steep.
but for $100 on amazon and a lot of my own razor time I think id be DIYing...
How many items would you need to ship for sea freight to make sense?
like if a handful of forum members purchased items and then you got to a certain number of items you shipped them all at once sea freight. Is that a thing?
To the people voting for the inline 4.0
WHY? I had one in my TJ and it was a DOG. You do realize that if you put that engine in a gladiator youd get even worse mileage, worse towing, worse performance right?
that engine makes 190 HP and 260 lb ft.
the 3.6 is 285 hp 260 lbft
so youve gained...
I almost never have them off. I should more but If I go wheeling its usually a several day trip, and my day to day driving I'm on a lot of construction sites so it would get pretty trashed with sandy mud.