MOJITO! Wrangler JL Club

  1. Bri01

    Bri01 Well-Known Member

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    JKS 2.5 Lift w/ Fox Shocks
    Mopar Beadlock Wheels w/ Toyo 35 inch tires
     
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  2. Pic18

    Pic18 Well-Known Member

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    I love how your Jeep is coming along!
     
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  3. shouldnthavesoldmyJEEP

    shouldnthavesoldmyJEEP Well-Known Member

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    So looking for some input (good or bad!). I wanted to get some opinions on these Black Rhino wheels on a mojito Rubicon. I thought I wanted to throw them on my Rubicon, but I'm just not sure. Thanks!

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  4. CM⛰

    CM⛰ Well-Known Member

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    Great looking Jeep! I wasn’t too sure about Mojito at first, but seeing builds like these have changed my mind. Question, On the Metalcloak rock rails, do they stick out enough to double as a step for my kids? Thanks
     
  5. Pic18

    Pic18 Well-Known Member

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    Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
     
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  6. rockadile

    rockadile Well-Known Member

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    @Pic18 That’s awesome and so true...every woman I’ve waved at has left me hanging (even one driving a matching Mojito!!!). :(
     
  7. XLMOJITO

    XLMOJITO Active Member

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    The Mojito color is addicting!!! Even my blackout Silverado ( Tow hooks) got bit by the Mojitobug .

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  8. XLMOJITO

    XLMOJITO Active Member

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    Still waiting on a few more items, but it’s getting there. Motobilit , Warn, Factor 55, Monster hooks . Tough colors to take pics of , it’s a different shade in every photo.

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  9. Pic18

    Pic18 Well-Known Member

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    How did you get that winch cover? I like it.
     
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  10. XLMOJITO

    XLMOJITO Active Member

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    Thanks, I just used a lime green sharpie. I have the Mopar PGE paint pen but I figured I’d start with the cheapest easiest way first and see how it holds up to the elements. It’s easier to give a quick re due with the sharpie every once in a while. I’ve had those Warn winch covers on my previous Jeeps and the black fades pretty quick. I may shoot a little rattle can clear also.
     
  11. Warpath

    Warpath Well-Known Member

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    Was at one of our favorite restaurants when i saw this:
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  12. Strommen95

    Strommen95 Well-Known Member

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    Picked her up today :)

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  13. OldBird

    OldBird Well-Known Member

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    We hit 60 degrees this past weekend! Still a touch of snow on the ground near the Mud Mountain Dam though . . .

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  14. Grateful Bob

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    Bought our 2019 JL Sahara off the lot in late Feburary 2019. Traded 2015 JK Sport. Love the color and ride!
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  15. MoquitoVerde

    MoquitoVerde Well-Known Member

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    No the rock rails are not good steps.
    They can take the weight, but they sit up to high to be used without tearing up your knees. My wife and I are both over 6' and when we first put the rails on tried using them as steps - both of us immediately commented on how it hurt the knee we stepped up with when we tried using the rails as steps.

    I just saw a friend of mines JK and he has a single step (big enough for 1 foot) that is retracts on a spring that would fit perfect under the rail. Next time I see him I will get the name of the product b/c that would qualify as a wife approved add-on :)
     
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