I went with some low cost Rough Country neoprene style covers. They provide complete coverage, look good, and have a snug fit, all without breaking the bank. How long will they last in the SoCal sun... only time will tell.
Nice Mojito JLUR! I can't speak for the current conditions in the Sierras but I do have my eye on a trip into Monache Meadows sometime late spring early summer. Looks like a great place to camp for a couple nights, fish, hike, etc.
I've finally got some good pictures of my 2019 JLUR to share. I ordered right when the 2019 became available and took delivery sometime in mid-December. I've slowly been installing upgrades, probably about time to start a build thread.
Had my Metalcloak 2.5in lift with Rocksport shocks installed recently. I'm running 315/75R17 tires and think the pairing is just right. So far the suspension has performed well on some mild trails. The shocks do seem a little stiff to me but we'll see how everything settles in. Handling...
Ok so I was doing some gear storage planning for an upcoming trip and managed to get the rear headrest stuck. I have both rear seats folded down in my JLUR and that naturally means the headrests fold/flop forward and tuck into the foot wells.
While looking for storage space I pushed one of the...
I also got the Rough Country seat covers for my JLUR. They fit the seats pretty well, look good, and provide the needed protection. Time will tell how they wear. From a cost perspective I was willing to gamble with their lifespan...
I have a Death Valley trip planned for 1 week earlier and i'm now starting to get concerned about trail conditions.
The nps is showing many roads/trails as currently closed: https://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/conditions.htm
Anyone else have reliable sources for Death Valley trail closures???
I need to mount a rotopax or jerry can for an upcoming trip through Death Valley. Since there are not a lot of options at this time for the JL that don't require a new bumper or tire carrier I started thinking about temporary solutions.
I'm considering purchasing a Trash-a-roo to hang off the...
I test drove a 4Runner about 2-3 times before we decided on a Grand Cherokee a few years back. The ride felt a little too soft and there is some serious nose dive when braking that I could not get past.
The JLU is a bit more modern in terms of features.