John, sorry to hear about your wife's injury. Dogs are resilient, mine always heal faster than I do...
Holy ChitttttttttI probably should add short, bald and fatter to the description as well, with a nasty middle finger twitch towards picture takers.
It's been ages since I posted on here and I gotta say, it feels good to be back.
I sold my Rubicon years ago due to some medical issues, that made driving it near impossible, as well as supporting the required maintenance. 4 hip surgeries with some permanent nerve damage really knocked me down for a while. It's been years now, and I am riding my motorcycle again and keep thinking about getting another 4x4.
When the new Bronco was revealed, I have to admit I was/am intrigued. It seems like a solid beast which has a Rubicon equivalent called the Badlands. Problem is I just don't think IFS would work for me. I am a Rock Crawler. In fact, I am a pretty extreme Rock Crawler and I know, at some point I will want to stick a SFA under a Bronco. At that point, why bother with it, when I can get another Rubicon. But competition is good, and it looks like the Bronco has finally pushed jeep to add 35s as a stock option for the Rubicon in MY22.
This brings me to my dilemma, so I created a poll to get some ideas.
Anyway, don't feel any pity for me, while I don't have a jeep at the moment, I have been driving the following for a little over 4 years. I kind of figure if I can get in and out of this, I should be able to climb into a lifted Rubicon.
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Alright folks, let me have it.
2020 Gladiator stone whiteSo what are you driving now?
Nope...no Airock for me ... long story i'm only doing lake or backroad easy trailsVery Nice.
Are you going to AiRock it?
I've heard they are going to start using Gorilla Glass in the JL and JT windshields because that's a common problem.
Not sure how valid that is.
That Model A is sweet.
I still have a skateboard from 1984. I think if I jumped on that now, it would be the death of me.
Powell Peralta Rat Bones.
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Mike was one of my First AirRock customers ...i rode in that Rubi in Oklahoma ROF run |