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  1. MOJITO! Wrangler JL Club

    Yup, it would!!!
  2. MOJITO! Wrangler JL Club

    Thank you. In the JT, my favorite color is Hydro Blue, and from your profile pic I have to say that is a great looking unit. Just stands out so (that wasn’t you pulling that four-wheeler out of the ditch in Fairhope about two months ago, was it?). While the Mojito! is obviously a great color...
  3. MOJITO! Wrangler JL Club

    Agreed. By far. People come up to me on a regular basis and admire/compliment the Mojito! color. People even take pictures of my MOAB. Heck, I even have other Jeepers stop me and tell me how much they like the color. I’m just concluding my “wintering” in Pensacola (FL) and headed back home...
  4. Why so much hate for angry eyes grilles?

    “I Know It Was You, Fredo. You Broke My Heart. You Broke My Heart!” Jeep is a family and the seven-slot grille children are the special kids (we don’t need to know whether you rode the short bus or not). Removing that grille or altering its looks so the vehicle is not easily and immediately...
  5. New “Specialty” Jeeps

    I am seriously considering the 392 Hybrid just released. It burns both gas and rubber.
  6. What did you do WITH your Jeep today.

    As a longtime fan (see bottom pic), I enjoy watching the Blues everywhere and every time. And for those folks who can access a military base (Naval Air Station Pensacola is currently closed to the public except those with DOD or DBIDS identification), it is worth hopping in the Jeep and...
  7. Pick 3. Which 2021 colors would you VOTE off the island for 2022?

    Even Toyota is bringing an “Electric Lime” to its Taco line. And Toyota usually does a lot of preliminary market research before production so that says something for greens. I have my Mojito MOAB so I don’t care if they bring it back or not (in fact, I’d prefer they don’t), but please keep...
  8. What did you do WITH your Jeep today.

    I love the smell of jet fuel in the morning. And this morning me and the MOAB hung with the Blue Angels at practice in Pensacola.
  9. Is open Jeep a dying art?

    And this is why we have more than one Jeep: For nice days For less than nice days And for questionable days
  10. Backing Into Parking Spots: The Debate

    Backing a motor vehicle up is inherently dangerous, yet according to AAA nearly three-fourths of all U.S. drivers most frequently park their vehicle by pulling forward into a parking spot. This is a practice that is generally frowned upon because it leaves pedestrians more vulnerable when the...
  11. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    Added Maximus-3 rear tow loops and Gear America shackles. [Thanks Rock Hopper for the lead and tips.]
  12. How many people have already bought and traded in their Gladiators?

    As I said in one of the threads the day the Gladiator was introduced, I prefer my pickup to do what pickups do best, and my Wrangler to do what Wranglers do best. And the Gladiator was neither, IMHO. It is the reason I own Jeep Wranglers and went out and bought a Ford Ranger. My Jeeps do Jeep...
  13. How many Jeeps have you owned?

    UPDATED 1953 M38A1 (Air Force blue; no pics) 1972 CJ-5 (Burnt Orange; no pics) 2004 TJ (Willys with my own personalized military markings) 2005 TJ (Badger Red; lifetime keeper Jeep) 2008 JKU (Great in DC & for those Eastern seaboard snows) 2016 JKU (Blue Line...
  14. Backup Camera issue

    FYI...Took my 2019 Jeep MOAB into dealer Monday for multiple items, including, among others, backup camera goes to blue screen on occasion; ESS idiot light on (and, thus, ESS not working. Yeah!!); GPS clock doesn’t keep time; remote start turns the vehicle on, but immediately shuts down; and...
  15. JL 33” tires small lift - Pictures Please!

    The MOPAR Beadlock wheel comes with a silver trim ring (think cosmetic) and the real, functional beadlock ring is an additional charge if you want one of those. I took the silver trim ring and sent it out to have it powder coated to match the Mojito paint. Would imagine you could do the same...
  16. JL 33” tires small lift - Pictures Please!

    As I understand, the MOAB has an upgraded suspension setup (not quite the full Rubicon, but “beefier” than the Sport). The MOAB also has as standard Selec-Trac AWD and Limited Slip Differential (and only shipped with an automatic transmission). As noted, the only change I made to the...
  17. GMRS antenna mounting

    Let me say right off, I am not a radio engineer nor do I mean to be patronizing, but my years in the two-way radio business has given me some insight. Before you look specifically at the particular radio bands, I think you first have to look at the Jeep Wrangler itself. No matter the band, all...
  18. GMRS antenna mounting

    One of my jobs over the past few years was an interim county director of emergency services with oversight responsibilities for emergency communications and emergency management. We ran everything, particularly in our mobile communications response vehicle.
  19. GMRS antenna mounting

    Unfortunately, I’m in Florida for awhile at my winter place and do not have my MOAB with me, so my experience is limited since I just made the change-out before I departed. If I were guessing, maybe one to two ‘db loss’ at the rear, but effectively insignificant for all practical purposes. The...
  20. MOPAR Light/Antenna/Turn Signal Mounting Bracket

    Seemed to work fine on the cowl for the few times I used it on both Public-Safety and GMRS frequencies, however, I decided to move it. Take a look at this link I posted today showing the antenna move to the rear. Seems to work a little better there and obviously less RF making its way into the...



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