|01-28-2013 07:32 PM|
I use those cheap brown Jersey gloves for brushing snow off, can buy them in a 3 pair pack, and they dry quickly if you don't soak them and if you lose them it is no big deal less than $10 to replace
|01-28-2013 11:08 AM|
|faultymechanics||You could prob just give the soft windows a tap from the inside to knock the snow off. Just don't hit it so hard to stretch it but you probably wont scratch it with a light tap in the center.|
|12-30-2012 06:12 AM|
|dude33||I put a piece of plywood on top if we are expecting more then a foot|
|12-30-2012 06:06 AM|
Sales man was correct about the windows....the plastic windows on softop scratch very easily...best thing is to just LIGHTLY brush off with a gloved hand......4wd is Best used on snow or ice covered roads.....you may leave it in 4wd however that is not the best course for driving on cleared roads for extended periods of time. As mentioned 4wd does no good for stopping on ice....it does help maintain control under NORMAL braking.
"Take it easy", is a very good idea even if/ when the Jeep is giving you the confidence that you can drive pretty much however you want. As with any vehicle slow and easy makes good sense, any time roads are not the best.
The top on my '04 TJ has had 3 foot of snow on the top with out any issues.
|12-30-2012 05:49 AM|
|dude33||Also no four wheel drive does little on ice so be careful|
|12-30-2012 05:38 AM|
|12-30-2012 03:44 AM|
I bought my first JK about three months back, we just got our first measurable snowfall, I have a few questions.
Any advice for a first timer would be appreciated, thanks!