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  1. Towing a Camper Cross-Country with a JLU

    This is brilliant! I have never seen this and didn't think to search for it. By moving my spare to the roof, I was able to just barely open the gate and hatch, but this removable tongue jack seems like a better solution. I will leave the spare on the roof anyway, since it hits the hitch ball...
  2. Towing a Camper Cross-Country with a JLU

    Absolutely no reliability issues with the Jeep during or after the trips. The only things that have failed were aftermarket items that I installed myself.
  3. Towing a Camper Cross-Country with a JLU

    Over the past 2 years I have driven over 9000 miles towing 2 different travel trailers behind my daily driver JLU. My family of 2 adults, 2 kids has camped in a range of campgrounds in nearly 20 states. This has turned out to be a great way for us to travel cross-country and visit some amazing...
  4. AEV JL Wrangler Products & Builds [SEMA 2018 - JLWF Coverage]

    I am at SEMA and walked the show yesterday looking at JL products. I focused on rear bumpers (since that is what I want for my JLU) and this new AEV product caught my attention. Both front and rear JL bumpers look fantastic in person. I have to say the execution of these AEV products is truly...
  5. Windrock trails

    I will say that their idea of a "gravel road" can vary a lot. I took my bone stock one week old JLU up there and the green trails (easiest) were a bit more exciting than I expected. I would agree that going with some friends would be smart, especially someone who knew the trails. Even with their...



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