Oh damn, you guys got me. I knew I should've kept my Yj and our tj. They were just so mechanically superior (even more so than the feeble 4 cyl YJ even!) to our JKU. I just wish the JK were nearly as capable off the showroom floor than our TJ was because the tj had damnear 14" donut tires (smaller than my mother in laws camry). Shoot, silly me... Oh, the plastic bumper, I know, totally... I was climbing FunnyRocks in Naches and when a small rock hit my plastic grill, my JKu exploded & immediately tipped over on its side. Thank GOD the only people who could survive such a blow were the three 26 year olds crammed into a TJ having a little sausage-fest in their little Jeep.
ps... they were NOT happy when I had to snatch them out of the snow when their "worlds greatest vehicle ever made" TJ got stuck in 14" of snow! Too funny, a "lifted TJ" sits on 31" or, eeek 33" rubber which makes it nearly
as tall as a stock 4 door minivan, errr I mean JKu. But whatever, silly me!
Dangit! I KNEW I SHOULD HAVE KEPT OUR SUPERIOR TJ!!!!!!! The day they ceased production of the TJ, the 4x4 world was knocked off of its axis. Poor Quadratec, AEV, ARB, NorthRidge, Poison Spider, Hanson off road, OR Fab and many other aftermarket vendors who support the JK. Because if it wasn't for the JK, fortunately they'd have fewer jobs and a much smaller aftermarket to sell to. I'm with you guys, the JK's are terrible and only for non-waving, soccer moms!
I'm rushing out the door to sell my JKu now (btw, for nearly
the same amount I paid for because it is one of the highest re-sell values of American manufacturers).
you guys know I'm just messin with some of you, right? This is an internet forum on a Jeep enthusiast site. Some of you probably get a bit too buttsore about this stuff.