Waynesville NC. Out near the Cherokee Res.
yes the grass popped out fast (i also fertilized) we had tons of rain, some snow and now sun so everything is blooming!
It's not even a scissor jack... I haven't taken a close look yet, but isn't it a half-scissor jack? We call it a "widow-maker." I keep those in the cars, because they're small and there are dedicated places for them. I only use them for what they're intended -- changing a tire. I'd never go under that car with one. And I constantly remind my wife and kids of the same thing.I prefer the 2 Ton trolley jack I carry in the boot, behind the seat. It's of minimal size, takes next to no room but serves better than a scissor jack.
Get a Spare tire carrier on the back, then you'll have the whole cargo hole for storage. They make flip down or swing out that fit into your 2 inch hitch receiver and still provide 2 inch receiver for towing trailer or whatever.In the back where?
Again, where? I assume that you maybe don't have a Trailhawk, and therefore don't have a full-size spare tire and have all that room under the back?
Well, I didn't order my Renegade with a towing package. No room for a trailer in the garage, and HOA covenants say I can't keep it outside.Get a Spare tire carrier on the back, then you'll have the whole cargo hole for storage. They make flip down or swing out that fit into your 2 inch hitch receiver and still provide 2 inch receiver for towing trailer or whatever.
Beautiful out there! Once you go off road you won't want to stop, you are probably planning your next trip already!Well, we popped the Renegade Trailhawk's off-road cherry today. And its getting-dirty cherry.
Took it up Old Stage Road to Gold Camp Road, and on to Cripple Creek.
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Old Stage Road is rougher in places than it look like on YouTube videos, behind Cheyenne Mountain this side of Penrose-Rosemont Reservoir.
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But it sure is pretty up there.
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This was just a shake-down, but I did get to put it into 4WD for about a third of a mile up the Frosty Park spur. Didn't push it too hard.
We took a small grill and grilled a couple steaks and corn on the cob. A sprinkle of rain, but all-in-all a nice day.
Well, this is why we moved here last year after retiring.Beautiful out there! Once you go off road you won't want to stop, you are probably planning your next trip already!