TexA-You wouldn't recognize Uvalde if you haven't been there in a while. It's blowing up.
Amjp- Still test driving. Haven't decided. Whatever it is it will need to have enough power to keep my beer cold and my spotlight fired up!
Welcome follow Texan from DFW! We need more support defending our state from all of the Yankees (anything North of the Red River) on here.
I don't ever shoot Coyotes. Something needs to pick up the dead Hog Bodies!
I would think you would want a Auto with a Soft Top. I like my Hard Top, but it does not work well with getting guns in and out. You might also look for an LJ. The back of my TJ is a tad short for laying down a bolt action gun. Works OK with a shorter Lever gun.
KA5IVR ~ 2006 Rubicon, Flame Red, Hanson Bumpers, Warn 9.5ti, and a lot of other $$$ sucking items...
I remember when I was in high school we used to go out into the oil fields at night and spotlight rabbits. I had a Ford Ranger at the time with a manual transmission and it was really hard to drive slow enough without it stalling. If you're looking to use it for hunting then I'd lean hard toward the automatic.
Anyway, Welcome to Wrangler Forum from a fellow Texan and good luck with your search!
03 Rubicon | 36" Iroks | Chromo D44's w/Rear Spool | 5.5" RK LA | 5.13s | Armored Head to Toe
welcome to the board arnie. im in SA and hunt north of uvalde. u need any help killing coyotes give me a holler. i've caught grief for killing bobcats and foxes before too but.....when they're getting your livestock or pets u gotta do what you gotta do!
have weapon, will travel
lotsa lights and a soft top will make the most hunting friendly vehicle, IMO
'90 YJ, ford 8.8, SOA, lincoln front, aussie rear, 4.88s, swampers.
Welcome Joe, and hope you enyoy this forum. I just got done doing a drill site, in Montague, TX. The place is running wild, with ferril hogs. There wasn't even any bird activity, out there. I guess those wild hogs, scare off everything. The land owner, even gave us his blessings, if we saw, and shot, some of the wild hogs. Anyway, welcome, and hope you enjoy it here.