Meanwhile, our forum members DO learn some things from such "fun poking" such as, just going with what is considered "cool" by the masses is not necessarily going to add true value to your ride
You have to admit that is some really nice quality chroming right there on the factory bumper, bumper plastic, and angry eyebrow. That isn't your everyday o'reilly rattlecan chrome paint. Yes it is ugly though.
I can only assume the siren is to warn obstacles to get out of the way, since this jeep lacks the ground clearance to go over them.
you laugh, but My jeep. has been waaay more planted at hwy speed after I installed the winch. she now stays in the lane that I choose, not the one on either side.And I wonder if the extra large chain on the front end is a weight to keep the front end down at high speeds?
There it is! Undeniable proof that a winch is an essential and necessary part of any TJ! Damnit, it's a safety concern!you laugh, but My jeep. has been waaay more planted at hwy speed after I installed the winch. she now stays in the lane that I choose, not the one on either side.
I'm a proud hi-lift owner. I've used it twice. Once to re-level my shed, another time to help my neighbor get out of a predicament where he had is bimmer up on on 3 jackstands with a blown out floor jack substituting as a fourth. Had to get creative on that one.Spot on, watching the camel trophy series back in the day. I figured the hood mounted jack was logical.
Because of this forum made me rethink about its use and the higher likelihood of creating a projectile in a rear end collision then the space savings.
I still don’t own a hi-lift jack. But that didn’t stop the learning.