Badge of honour

  1. Zekes69

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    Just finishing up my vacation and wondering how do I go about getting a badge of honour for Fins and things? We had a blast and only scraped the bottom of the stock Jlu rubicon. Any info would be greatly appreciated, first time off-roading in the Jeep and we are hooked I searched the files and couldn’t find any info



    https://share.icloud.com/photos/03xNANNIySk6ScUK18ymiZKYA#Moab
     
  2. Rla1022

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    Did you download the app ?
     
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    You have to download the app and check in through it while you’re at or near the location. I’m not sure that you can do it after the fact.
     
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    Correct - just did it for Peters Mill Run. Check-in via the app WHILE THERE then you’ll be able to request physical badge. It takes 8-12 weeks to process too btw...

    Shortly after requesting mine, I also got another email saying they’re coming out with new style badges and you can request upgrades to any previous ones you’ve earned.

    Neat!
     
  5. ThirtyOne

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    The app is cool in concept. But it rarely works. Most of the trails are in locations with little or no cell coverage so the app fails.

    So - Just download the app, register, then email them (address is in the app) and say that you did the trail but couldn't get the app to work. They will get you all hooked up! Customer support has been great.

    Of course, I still haven't gotten 3 badges from last May/June, but I might have been impacted by the design change.
     
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  6. Warpath

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    I got mine. Screenshot_20190708-192409_Instagram.jpg
     
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    Funny how they make your Mojito! Jeep look blue. ;)
     
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    It's a repenstation of how the Jeep felt when I put them on.
     
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    alright i will bite the bullet. what app do you need for this? im a rookie :lipssealed:
     
  10. Scooter2

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    How is that run? I'm new, and wanted to take one that's a lower difficulty level.
     
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    Peters Mill would be perfect for you if you want an easy going trail ride. It's a very easy trail, not difficult at all.
     
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    Within the app you can select the map icon, which will take you to a page with a list of trails. The trails are all rated by difficulty. For example Rausch Creek (Trail #11) is a 2-4 while Big Bear (Gold Mountain) is a 6-9. Most locations have various difficulties.
    You can browse the list and pick by difficulty, or you can look at the map and pick by location.
    While you're on the trail, you sing into the app and check-in along the way. Once you've completed trails you can go to you profile page to request badges.
    I signed up for the program when I got my Grand Cherokee. Pretty cool program. I gotta take the JL on some road trips to hit some trails now that I've got some aggressive tires.
     
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