|Front Axle:||D30 Eaton E-Locker|
|Rear Axle:||D44 Eaton E- Locker|
|Axle Gear Ratio:||4.88|
|Suspension:||2.5" OME HD|
|Tires:||35x12.5x15 Goodyear Wrangler MT/R w/ Kevlar|
|Armor:||Poison Spyder front bumper, Metalcloak arched fenders.|
|Recovery Gear:||60" high lift,Warn Powereplant,shovel,axe,D-rings,tow straps,snatch block,tree saver,etc.|
|Accessories:||Alpine head unit,2 Infinity 10" subs,Rockford Fosgate 1200w amp|
|Future Modifications:||Savvy tummy tuck|
December 2006, Just put the roof rack on.
Summer 2008. How to take the hard top off when you live in an apartment.
August 2011, Gold Lake California.
View JPetru82's Jeep
to. couple questions for you. Don't you worry about someone taking the hard top when's it's just hanging there? do you lock it some how? the tent: is that custom, or do they actually make tents like that?
View McNasty35's Jeep
I did worry a little at first. With the Jeep parked there and cars to the left and right of me it would have been difficult to get the top out of there without breaking it. When I wasn't there...well that's the price you pay for enjoying a Jeep with the roof off I guess.
As for the tent, no, It's not custom. There are quite a few roof top tent manufactures out there. Ezi Awn, ARB, Overland. Mine is an ARB Simpson III with the optional annex. I couldn't be happier with it.