Yes plus running up 450 miles up to Norfolk and 450 back when my job requires it. Some dirt trails but nothing serious. My wife drives her 2007 JK Unlimited everyday as well. Rarely off road for that one.
2004 "X" Wrangler, Shale Green, 5sp, 6cyl, 33" Duratrac tires, Pro Comp rims JKS 1.25'' body lift, JKS 1" MML.
Just got my 00 TJ a little over a month ago and it's my DD.
I've taken it on trails twice, the first time it didn't get so muddy, but the second time it was covered.
I don't enjoy having to clean it. lol
Thats the beauty of it,in fact I think we all like to wait about a week after wheeling before cleaning of the dirt wearing it proudly around town like a badge of honor.Others can only look on with envy never being able to experience what you
just have,the sights you have seen and the people you met along the way.Only in a jeep
My 06 rubi is my dd, about 33,000 miles a year! It never gets abused off road (it is still my dd) but it see's plenty of light trail time, especially during hunting season. I take it on the trails on the weekend, then drive it to work on monday, cant do that with most vehicles!
Yes, and yes but only a little bit (such a PITA to clean I'm just as apt to tiptoe past a mud hole add i am to charge through it), sees plenty of use as a beach buggy and trail rider on weekends though.
Mines a DD. Hate mud but, wheel hard. I drive to and from the trail head. I was always envious of the trailer queen crowd, in my local club, and always wondered how that would affect my lines or decision making. I broke once on the trail but, my dues paid for membership rolled a couple members away from a family weekend and to come to my rescue.
my rubicon has been a great dail driver.havnt really wheeled it much.ive always had a built toyota kickin around for trail use.just sold the yota and now i am thinking about selling the rubi to fund the next project..after owning it for 4 years ive almost lost intrest in toyotas..wait..did i just say that????
sadly mine is a DD, hopefully not for long. Going to buy him a brother of course it will be another Jeep. The Jeep is invincible, so if I need to go down a dirt road or through mud I just put it in 4wd and give it hell!
Yes...and sad to say, never been offroading... only had the jeep for a few weeks now, and I don't know of any trails in my local area. Need to find a jeep club! Also, since just recently bought the jeep, have zero dollars for any type of mods...