February 8, 2013
From Andrew in Sacramento, CA:
“This is my first Jeep and WOW. This trip to Winnemucca for a Chukar hunt was my opportunity to really see what it could do. My Rubicon effortlessly tread up anything I stuck in front of it. Whether the trail was icy, rocky or muddy – it just didn’t matter. Where the other vehicles in my group had to stop I just kept on going. I guess my favorite thing was the sense of freedom that comes with the ability to go anywhere on the mountain. Can’t wait for next year!!“
Congrats on the new Jeep! Winnemucca (wherever the heck that is) looks beautiful and I hope you you shot lots of Chukars (whatever the heck they are)! – JW
March 17, 2010
From our friends at egmCarTech:
“Mopar has released sketches for the 44th Annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah which takes place from March 27 through April 4.
Chrysler fifth brand has prepared a total of four vehicles that have been “Moparized” for the big show.”
“Jeep Wrangler J7: built off a four-door Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and designed to have the basic appeal of military-issued vehicles.
Jeep Patriot Extreme: a Sunburst Orange Jeep Patriot model equipped with the Trail-Rated off-road package and added a 2-inch Rocky Road Outfitters suspension lift, TJ ‘Moab’ 16-inch wheels, and BF Goodrich KM2 tires .
Jeep Wrangler Trail Boss: a two-door Jeep Wrangler Rubicon that is built for serious off-road duty.”
To see the sketches, click here.
June 2, 2009
From Peter in “Parts Unknown”:
“Simply go anywhere!”
Where did you go? It looks like the bottom of the ocean or the surface of the moon! -JW
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July 10, 2008
From Enrique & Brenda of Des Plaines, IL
“ My husband & I enjoy off-roading every chance we get with our fellow Jeep friends. This picture was taken during our off-roading trip to Moab, UT this past spring. We also have a 2004 Jeep Liberty Renegade Utility that has had its fair share of off-roading. See you all on the trails….”