Love it!! I love my Webber kettle. I just got a campchef woodwind that should be here by the end of the month and broke out my griddle tonight. I love to grill.
I’m really interested in getting that bumper. How do you like it so far?Took advantage of the quarantine and did some wrenching. Installed a Trailer Hitch, Rubicon Rails, Teraflex ST1 (4 door) Lift, Mopar Longer LCAs, Rubicon Wheels, 33" KO2s, Venator Bumper (still deciding if I want to add the overider bar), 9,500lb winch, Factor 55 Flat Splicer hook. I still need to install longer shocks and remote wire the winch controller.
Special thanks to @Sergio671980 for the deal on the wheels, and to @Billet_JLU for a great price on the lift.
I like it, although I don't think I'd recommend it if you do any rock crawling. It's more suited to Overlanding and general trails. It's fairly light weight for a full width bumper, which I wanted since I was also adding a winch. I also like that it looks like it could have been a factory option, rather than some steel bumpers that often look like a bunch of steel plates just welded together. The only negative thing I can really say about the Venator is that it's kind of a pain to align all the bumper pieces when installing it. I have also heard that, depending on your wheel offset and lift, fitting 37" tires can cause some rubbing on the bumper. A non-issue for me, as I really have no need to go bigger than a 33" tire. I ordered the version with the overrider bar, but still haven't decided if I want to install it. The bar is definitely more for looks than anything, as it just bolts to the top of the bumper. Keep an eye on Rugged Ridge's Website, they frequently offer rebates on their bumpers. I just received a $100 gift card for purchasing mine, and have already used it towards the fox shocks I just ordered . LOL.I’m really interested in getting that bumper. How do you like it so far?
Buck, you need to let me know when you, wife and son get down here! Text me and let me know if you found anything this weekend. There’s on opportunity to wheel very close by, State Road 70/I-75, and another about 45 min south of here. I know you will be busy moving in, but I can load up your son and go have some fun!