Some days it's a different feeling. I took the Scrambler to the Airforce academy on an errand for my wife. About a mile in I ran out of gas. Gage doesn't work. As if riding with the halfcab with no window, no bulkhead, and not much of a heater wasn't bad enough. I get out just as the snow is coming down good and the wind is blowing with a vengeance. Grabbed the gas can (which was uselessly empty) and started to hike. I was sadly amazed at how many cars drove right by me.My first was an '81 CJ-7. It's hard to get over Jeeps. Lol
Yeah, they're both on my planned upgrades list, along with skid plates. Before that I need to track down whatever's squeaking in the rear, and I'm looking at options to raise the rear up a bit since it's almost stock height with the tire carrier and a bunch of gear back there.
Do you have more pictures from your trip?I loved it! Pretty much lived in it for a month. I might get the tunnel awning thing, it was a bit annoying to get in and out of it in the pouring rain. It rained everyday for two weeks straight in Alaska. I'm going to put the Front Runner quick release clamps on there this fall too (with the Rhino Rack it was hard to tighten the bolts with such little clearance - you might run into the same problems). I'll also get the comfort pad or something similar, especially if I'm going to spend a lot of time in damp conditions.
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