Got out last night to help the club transport nurses and doctors to and from the hospital.
That probably wasn't a bad decision. The snow might or might not have been firm enough to hold the tires up. You might have ended up with the frame/skid plates sitting on snow and the tires spinning on nothing. Don't ask me how I know that.I thought about climbing the snow pile at the local grocery store. Then thought I better not. My luck I would get stuck and some kid in a mini truck would pull me off the snow pile while his buddy filmed it. It would get posted to YouTube or Tictok then go viral, and for the next five years people would be saying is that the Jeep got stuck in a parking lot........
Done the Rubicon Trail, scared of a snow pile. I have a complicated life.
Thanks!Good eye! It is the DeeZee rack. I LOVE it! We’ve run it for a few months now and it’s fantastic. Rock solid and hasn’t come loose at all and added almost no additional wind noise. I haven’t tried running it without the crossbars but I do imagine it would be possible. The main strength of the rack comes from the clamping system and the support feet.
That's super cool. MidSouth Jeeps was doing the same here. They were picking up hospital workers & 1st Responders, taking them to work & then back home. Real cool!!Got out last night to help the club transport nurses and doctors to and from the hospital.