Oh man, I am so sorry that I missed your message Samgm until now. If you're still in the area, the Aweful Aweful burger you can get at the Nugget or High Sierra Brewery inside Baldini's is an area specific burger and a local favorite. Otherwise, BurgerMe is pretty good too. As far as trails go, I suppose it depends on where you're off to. I hope you had fun.
Hi Eddie, Thank you for the Welcome. I just joined and not sure how this all works. But, I have a question. . . Regarding switching an existing radio, "Uconnect 130 with Sirius XM satellite radio" in my 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sport. Can I replace it with a "Uconnect 430/430N", that is out of a 2013 Jeep Rubican? ? ? Can anyone tell me if this is a easy, possible switch? Thank you.
Hi Eddie, I'm a big fan of Jeeps and hope to one day take a trip with you guys. I have a question regarding MoTech install, if you get a moment would you please pm me.
Thank you & hope all is well, keep up the great trips & post!
Thank you for accepting me into an online community, that from what I've seen, is friendly, well informed, and mature, surely the only one of its kind. Add to it, the opportunity to discover some fellow jeep lovers that use their vehicles for more than a fashion accessory here in my area. This is the highlight of my week. Our jeep is a member of our family, as it should be, so getting out and doing some trail rides, or some meet ups with like minded people. So if you know of anyone that lives just northwest of Atlanta, it would be much appreciated.
LoD makes a great tire carriers that will suit your needs and even offers them in an single handed operation setup that allows you to open it with your tailgate door. I have run them in the past and I think you'd be happy with it.
I am a forum member and really enjoy your pics and adventures. I live in Houston. Wanted to get a new rear bumper / tire carrier and need advice. I have 35's Nitto Trail Grapplers on 18" Fuel Wheels. Not hugely heavy but the tire carrier I have does not feel secure. I want one that attaches onto the bumper instead of just the door. I know you have seen some breaks in some carriers and would like advice on your 3 top picks of the swing out variety. Much appreciated. Debbie Sokol
Sorry to bother you brother.......I tried to make contact with Brian (Brainchild) in regards to the sale of his Jeep by messaging him and got no reply back. I wanted to know if the sale of his Jeep to Jservais was final or if it's still available.
Good morning Eddie, I am very interested in Brian's. I did message him thru the chat, but do you have a phone number or email for him? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my cell is 602-410-2118. Thank you and hope you are doing well. Jason Servais
My name is David Ball from Kinston, NC. Just wanted to say that I'm happy to be apart of the forum. I'm hoping one of these I will own a jeep myself it has been a life long dream to own one. But from all videos that I have seen of the JK Experience its amazing everything that yall carry the jeeps through. I also wanna say thank you for all that you do. I read that story about vengence and I thought it was the most amazing thing I've ever seen done in support of one person and his family.
i want to say thank you, watching your many vids on youtube is what helped me finaly decide to get my JKUS and alot of the things i have done and am looking at doing to it as well.
Thanks again from Perth in Australia.
HILLZ a.k.a. Scott
First of all : thanks, thanks, thanks and....thanks for sharing the Wild Wild West video !
I have a favour to ask to you... Is it possible to get the "writting" of your comments ? I would like to translate them and - if you are interested - to put them like subtitles in French.
Q: Do I need an adjustable rear track bar?
A: Not necessarily, especially if you just have a 2.5" lift. A track bar relocation bracket will do a pretty good job of re-center your rear axle although, I would highly recommend that you install one that drops from the frame mount and NOT one that attaches to the axle mount. An axle mount bracket that isn't reinforced will fatigue the factory mount and cause it to fail.
I just read this. I have a Rubicon express 2.5" lift I plan to install when it warms up some. The relocation bracket attaches to the axle if I'm not mistaken and I don't think I am. Should I trash that part and use a different one, and is there one you think would work better with the kit I'm using?
I just realized that you are out of Carson City, NV. I'm in it shock right now :shock: that this whole time I could have possibly seen your jeep roaming the streets. I'm up in Carson City all the time for school at Western Nevada College on the hill. If I ever get the privilege to see you or your jeep. I have to say hi and maybe one day go on a trail ride if you ever lead out groups on the weekends or special events. Hopefully the videos for 2013 JKX will be up next month. Well have a great day. :thumb: