Hey, just wanted to say had a good time on the trail today. And good luck getting the wife into trail riding, life with your Jeep will go much smoother if the wife enjoys it too. I forgot to mention, if you get into alot of mud, it's a good idea to rinse the bottom side of the jeep off, around the axles/wheels/brakes, steering system/knuckles. just use a low pressure water spray, using high pressure will blow out the grease around the pivot points, then you'd need to regrease, them or have it done by someone else. and that was Kaila and Willard that had the bumpers that I spoke about, you should be able to see thier pics on thier profiles, if not I think I have some pics and videos of them, I can email them to you. Also if you get alot of mud on your soft top don't let it sit for several days, the longer it's on there the harder it is to wash it off of the fabric.
Take care, Reed Painton
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