I was not familiar with wet terrain issues on these tires. Live in Buffalo so there’s lots of rain and snow, but I haven’t noticed any issues so far.Beautiful!!
I’ve managed to avoid the rain. It’s raining tomorrow and I’ll be driving on the freeway so I’ll let you know if I get caught in a downpour.
Might have to pick one up myself, that’s not a bad price at allThey come with Rock Sliders, but I had mine ordered with the Tube Step. My Dad is crippled up and he's my adventure buddy, so I needed them so he can get in and out of the Jeep.
Regarding the Fuel Cover; It was a pain in the a**. Doesn't take very long (maybe 20 minutes or so), but its hard to get to the clips so you have to remove the tail light. I cut my hand on the metal while doing it, since its a very tight fit. Thank goodness for YouTube, there are some really good videos giving instructions on how to do it.
I purchased mine on Amazon. They have a few different styles to choose from. I think the cost was around $25, give or take.
It will not hurt anything having it for sure. Cheaper option for a jeep too. I should add keeping it plugged in all the time is really no benefit but using electricity. I would say over 4/5 hours would be a waste in my opinion. It can be safety plugged in longer but no real benefit.
You should receive the all weather floor mats with your Jeep unless you were able to option something else.I have a 2021 JLU Willy's on order, fully optioned out including the cold weather, trailer tow and Sky one touch. Can anyone confirm what floor mats come with this configuration? Carpet, all weather or both?
Hey Keating..looks great!!Installed a new 52" 4-row light bar and side lights for some night-time fun.
Man... what a difference! Such fun to hit trails in the pitch black night. On a budget so tried OFFROADTOWN off Amazon. Flawless so far, and much cheaper considering I needed side lights and pillar mounts. Almost plug and play on a 2020 JL Willy's.