Well, I'm not sure. Our adventuring style and needs are best suited by a full-size truck, and it will likely be a Ram 2500 variant. However, I'm undecided as to whether I want to build one, or just buy a ProspectorXL and get straight to the adventuring part. I've also been tempted to restore...
Apologies for the slow reply. It was a busy holiday.
Personally, I loved the Hutchinson's and I will definitely be buying another set eventually, but they aren't the right wheel for everyone so I don't recommend them universally.
They are heavier than almost all other beadlocks on the...
While the ZEON issues are frustrating and unacceptable from a company like WARN, equipment failures are something you have to account for when planning a wheeling trip. This is one reason why you should never go wheeling alone.
Well, we sold the Jeep over the weekend. It was bittersweet but I have no regrets. As a way of saying goodbye, I leave you all with pictures from the December issue of FourWheeler magazine (on shelves now), wherein lies a 4-page feature on Project Swampcat. I will likely not be very active in...
The other day I finally received the new battery Warn sent me. I'll get it installed this week.
Additionally, I had no problems syncing and using the extra remote I bought, so that is a solution, but it's not a good one considering the price tag on the new remote (~$150).
Well, as much as I LOVE this Jeep, my family needs a truck. Since the wife doesn't wanna give up her van, and I can't afford 3 vehicles... here's your chance to own a very well built and trail tested Jeep (featured in FourWheeler Magazine). This is a turnkey adventure rig just waiting for the...
I updated the original post again to remove the links for the batteries and chargers I had listed there because they have 2-pin connectors, but the WARN remote uses a 3-pin connector. :headbang:
I still haven't received the replacement battery that WARN was supposed to be sending me.
Hmm, that's different than what the original looks like (see attached pictures). I think the piece pictured also originally had a plastic piece of some kind to help hold its position in the frame. Maybe FCA changed the type of fastener since my Jeep was assembled?
First off, thanks for your help here, it is greatly appreciated!!
I'm looking for a capture nut that goes inside the frame on the passenger side, for one of the gas tank mounting bolts.
Thanks in advance!