What did you do WITH your Jeep today.

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Drove up to Aliso Springs in the Santa Rita Mountains south if Tucson with side trip to Cave of the Bells.
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Okay how can you casually mention something like "Cave of Bells" and not give any info on it. After some Google fu and looking at images. That looks like an awesome stop to visit, or am I missing something? Do I need to add this to my list of things to see when in Arizona?
 

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Okay how can you casually mention something like "Cave of Bells" and not give any info on it. After some Google fu and looking at images. That looks like an awesome stop to visit, or am I missing something? Do I need to add this to my list of things to see when in Arizona?
It's closed now because of covid. Otherwise it's always locked and a $100 deposit gets you a key, from the Coronado National Forest Supervisor’s Office, and you can get in. I have not been in there since I just learned of it last month. Yes the Santa Rita's and the other mountains that surround Tucson have some great wheeling. Certainly a stop on a southwest jeeping trip. Check out Tucson Rough Riders photo page on their web page, gives an idea of some of the trails around here. Not all trail rides are in the Tucson area, but most are. As a trail jr I'm loving it down here.
 
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I noticed you had what looked like a shelf in the back of your Jeep. Can you tell me more about it?

This --> https://vectoroffroad.com/collectio...products/jl-2-door-aluminum-highland-platform

Its worth every penny, and then some. Took me about an hour to install it by myself, and they have a video tutorial on every step, which makes it super easy. The only thing you need to install it is a couple of wrench's and you're good to go. I bought it because on camping trips all my gear would just be in a huge pile in the back of the Jeep, and with the two door its problematic when you want just one item without having to move everything else. I use the shelf to hold a Jackery, recovery bag, clothing and camera backpacks. So everything else I carry fits in bins below the shelf an I can grab whatever I need.

I'll add, its solid as a tank. There is absolutely zero rattle from the shelf, and its sturdy as can be. I did a typical manly "shake test" via grabbing it an shaking the entire Jeep lol.

Checkout this link -->
for a detailed post on my Instagram showing each step of the install.
 

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I installed seat covers for front (because we have a dog). Easy install and they are nice and snug. I give them 5 stars.(https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B08CY842V4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1). Also purchased an IPhone mount that fits perfectly on the left center side of the dash. I too give it 5 stars, I had this on the Honda. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SS1WTPD/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Installed US flag decals (pictured) on each side. Not sure I like it but it is growing on me.

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Are all jeep's affected? I never received a recall for the steering box replacement....I own a 2019.... I was just at the dealer yesterday.... no recalls.... although she's pretty solid on the road with minimal roaming...
It's not a recall. It's a Technical Service Bulletin.
 

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