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  1. Pants or Panties in a bundle

    The “My Pillow” guy really pisses me off…
  2. Doors off for the first time yesterday. Some questions.

    I reconnect them, they do help to keep doors open when on hills.
  3. Wicked rear passenger head impact!! Updated JL crash test. Where is the rear side curtain?

    HA! I literally have 2 batting helmets and a cycling helmet in the back seat right now! (Son and I both play baseball in our leagues)
  4. Good Bye Gladiator - Hello Grand Cherokee and Challenger

    Ok, phew… dodged that bullet…
  5. Good Bye Gladiator - Hello Grand Cherokee and Challenger

    I never heard the phone ring… :LOL:
  6. (I don’t like) Pina Colada’s and being caught in the rain

    LoL… mine have not been installed in the TJ for years! I just found them in the glove box this weekend…
  7. Wicked rear passenger head impact!! Updated JL crash test. Where is the rear side curtain?

    So says the OP of the thread in a Jeep forum… with zero evidence of actually owning a Jeep.
  8. What's the best setup for running topless/doorless to minimize interior dust?

    Oh, also in dusty Idaho, you may need to change your HVAC filter twice a year… or at least blow it out often
  9. What's the best setup for running topless/doorless to minimize interior dust?

    HVAC should be turned off to avoid pulling dust into it… but then it’s pointless to use AC or heat when naked. (Not busting your chops Darrell)
  10. What's the best setup for running topless/doorless to minimize interior dust?

    Biggest thing is to not use any dressing on the panels… only clean interior with water and microfiber. Anything like armorall or similar products will attract and trap the dust making a bigger mess. Another thing to get, is a California car duster… they make a dash size, but keep it in garage…...
  11. Wicked rear passenger head impact!! Updated JL crash test. Where is the rear side curtain?

    Hell, my first Jeep didn’t even have seatbelts… they were an option in ‘65. Reverse lights were also an option. Right on point, @Mr. Bil…. WTF do I want or need more crap in a Jeep? So I can have more to potentially go wrong when I’m out in the great outdoors? @bleda2002, I will wait...
  12. Wicked rear passenger head impact!! Updated JL crash test. Where is the rear side curtain?

    You know, everything in the Jeep qualifies under Prop. 65 in California as well... everything in it has been known to cause cancer, reproductive harm, and birth defects...
  13. (I don’t like) Pina Colada’s and being caught in the rain

    Only once in the JT, but numerous times in the TJ...
  14. New Gladiator DW and a Possible Solution?

    Did you try loosening the control arm bolts, and retorquing them to spec with the weight of the vehicle on the tires at ride height? You may also have a tire out of balance, try rotating fronts to rear and see if that follows. I never set my toe based on an angle... 1/8 to 1/4 inch toe in...
  15. (I don’t like) Pina Colada’s and being caught in the rain

    It really gets fun when you get the pop-up showers in S. Fl!
  16. Wicked rear passenger head impact!! Updated JL crash test. Where is the rear side curtain?

    Trying to guilt me into changing my way of life to model your ideal utopia is nannyism. Oh, and teaching my child the correct and safe way to do things is being a proper parent.... as opposed to being a helicopter
  17. Wicked rear passenger head impact!! Updated JL crash test. Where is the rear side curtain?

    Because I don't need someone or some agency to run my or my family's life. Yes, I have a child, and he LOVES our Jeeps, moreso when they are fully opened. Also, unless he were unrestrained, there is no chance his head would hit any unprotected metal in any of our vehicles. But I digress as...
  18. Doors off for the first time yesterday. Some questions.

    I believe they were initially designed to keep from damaging the threads of the hinge more than anything. They are almost more of a finisher now though... makes the door hinge look better when hanging on the garage wall.
  19. Wicked rear passenger head impact!! Updated JL crash test. Where is the rear side curtain?

    Read it. Don't be a putz. Facts are, it will take many months/years to reengineer the structure and software to be able to do it. How many recreational/specialty vehicles have the full onslaught of safety features that strictly passenger vehicles do? Do any of the supercars? Do SXS...
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