My Stock Sahara can do this, can Rubicons?

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Not true. I have a jar full of pennies.
Try driving through more construction zones. Those seem to be where my tires pick up the most penny nails.





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Try driving through more construction zones. Those seem to be where my tires pick up the most penny nails.
Ughh, now I'm disappointed. You were on a roll but I can't give you a point with this smart arse comment. Fail. Please try harder next time.
 
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Ughh, now I'm disappointed. You were on a roll but I can't give you a point with this smart arse comment. Fail. Please try harder next time.
Sorry. The fun is over.

/Deposits this comment into the jar full of sad pennies and unhappy critiques on the mantelpiece.
 

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So, being able to preserve your beer as you open the door to get into your Jeep is a preferable thing? Maybe it should have been engineered to knock the beer down for your own good (and ours)?
He said he was working on his Jeep, not preparing to drive it.
 

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He said he was working on his Jeep, not preparing to drive it.
I love when people jump to defend those who don't need it.
BTW, most of us take the rig for a ride after we wrench.
Additionally, he did then go on to denounce any implication of drinking and driving, because he knows how important that is.
 

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Does it work for Coors Light Cans? :)
 

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Here is another interesting inquiry... I think this is a Sport TJ, so it may not be a fair comparison.

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Working on the jeep this night and swung the door open, remembering too late that I had a can on the side step.

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Works the whole length, front to back. Clear case of engineering with end-user in mind.

High clearance splash guard, pinch seam protector, shopping cart ding-denier, enemy car door edge rebuffer, beverage holder. What more could you ask?
Enlighten me otherwise but I think those Sahara steps will crack or break if you hit anything hard. They are plastic.
 

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Enlighten me otherwise but I think those Sahara steps will crack or break if you hit anything hard. They are plastic.
They can take a little abuse. We wheeled with them when we were noobs and hit them pretty good and they fared ok. Small crack and scuffs but I still was able to get $150 when I sold them.
 

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Why are you all setting your beer can or bottle down? Hold it, drink it, and work with one hand!
Yeah, everyone knows you don't put your beer down till it's done...
 

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Working on the jeep this night and swung the door open, remembering too late that I had a can on the side step.

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Works the whole length, front to back. Clear case of engineering with end-user in mind.

High clearance splash guard, pinch seam protector, shopping cart ding-denier, enemy car door edge rebuffer, beverage holder. What more could you ask?

Great feature if only it was a real beer and not some see through American mainstay. :CWL:
 

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Beer, how qauche. Only WHISKY's, without the "E" please and never straight out of the bottle.
Actually, more than one "whisky" (whiskies) would indeed have an "e".
And while I agree with your assessment that the Scots make a superior version, there are many exceptional examples made right here.
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