Welcome to the forum. You might be able just to teach your dog not to jump out of the jeep lol. My wife was driving my jeep and she took her new puppy for a ride, well needless to say I had to buy her another puppy I never worried about it because my lab is lazy and she wont get up enough energy to jump out. So the point of my rambling is to get a good restraint or a lazy lab that wont jump out
'95 wrangler, SQUARE HEADLIGHTS, 4 cyl., 5 spd., 4" superlift w/rancho rs9000 series shocks with in dash controller, 2" body lift, 35x12.5 15 tires SureFire x300
I've seen little harness-thingys in pet stores, kind of like the kind you'd walk your dog with, but it will hook in with the seat belt. I had to giggle a little when I saw it, I thought, "What kind of bad@$$ driver needs to put his DOG in a five point. Hehe, but I guess you do.
Great Jeeps are built, not bought.
Just to let you know that the name Jeep is the most revered name in automotive history. When people are going to the store they say, "Get in the car (or truck)." OTOH, when Jeep owners are going to ther store they say, "Get in the Jeep go." Cars and trucks are basically generic while the name Jeep stands alone. Even Jeep non-Jeep owners will refer to your vehicle by its revered name of "Jeep." But their Chevy, Ford, Dodge, etc. will generally nver be called by its manufacturer or its model. Jeeps are in a world by themselves. That's why the bumper sticker says,"It's a Jeep thing and you wouldn't understand." And no one does understand until they have one of their own. Again, Welcome!
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