I’ve been watching the extreme off road series on Netflix Before bed. The wife started asking questions about lifts and tires, etc. Then I started buying a few rubicon takeoffs and other inexpensive parts, you can find really good deals out there. That‘s my strategy. She’s starting to come around...
Had an idea for a light low profile single bike carrier. I’ve installed my Thule T1 two bike on the front hitch. With two bikes, it sits a good 3 1/2 forward And a little too high. (Pic with the Trek)
I tried this tonight. Needs adjusting but I think it may work. Bike sits tight and much lower...
I must have been confused. I didn’t find anything under the JT dash So I looked under my wife’s JL and found this contraption. What Is this? I’m going to start wearing a foil hat soon, big brother watching?
Time to look under the dash. I was told when I bought my truck that the dealer already had the tracker installed. I declined the extra charge. Wonder if it’s always on Or did they really disable it.
Any lights or anything on it?
@Tmorgan319, I like the look of your setup. The size of the Condor standard looks almost like the same size as the bed. Do you have and straight side and rear
photos open and closed? How many does it sleep?
I kind of agree with @DunnMan although if one was out wheelin or rock climbing they would make more sense. So I decided to reverse the bags and cut off the outer net bag. Much better function and looks in my opinion.
I’m having tires remorse. Bought a set of BFG KO2s for the gladiator from Discount Tire about 8mo And 15k miles ago. I opted to go mildly up to 32 and now wishing I went to 33 (stock rubi size). Great tires, BTW. So my thought is to put the 32s on my wife’s JL sport and get a new set of 33s...