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Old 06-08-2019, 08:19 AM   #31
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Also - if you don't have a trailer hitch - they are easy to add and cheap - then just do a DIY trailer kit (or buy a small used one for like $500).. and you have all you need carrying wise.


Hell - I towed a HUGE M101 military covered trailer with my JK on summer - that thing was like towing a small RV... pushed the limit of the trans, but was a fun experience.

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I currently have a 2013 jku. I bought it stock and have put a 2.5Ē lift, front and rear bumpers, wheels/tires... the normal stuff. Itís my daily driver and only vehicle. Iíve never had it offroad, mainly because itís my daily driver and Iím hesitant to beat on it. Also it just shines up so well lol. So pretty much Iíve never used it for what itís good for. Iíve recently contemplated trading it in for a truck. I donít absolutely need a truck. I currently donít have anything to haul but the possibility is always there. I have hauled my motorcycle a few times with the Jeep. It didnít care for it but wasnít a big deal. I do love the Jeep which makes it so hard to decide what to do. In a perfect world Iíd have both but thatís not possible. I know itís a Jeep forum so most will say stick with a Jeep lol. But whatíre your opinions? The Jeep is nowhere paid off by the way and has 94k miles on it
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I'd say that your username isn't fitting. I'm not sure what you want folks to say here. We're all about opinions, but most will agree that you should get what makes sens to you in your specific situation.

That being said, here's my .02

Half the fun of owning a Jeep Wrangler is taking it off-road. So if you don't plan on doing that at a minimum. I'd get a truck.

Since you don't off-road, do you ever take the top and doors off? If not, get a truck.
I totally agree with the off-road part. Actually I would say it's more than half. It's really the only thing the Jeep Wranglers is great at. It's not for everybody. So if you don't wheel it you really are not going to miss a Jeep when it's gone.

I like trucks too. They're a lot more practical.

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I totally agree with the off-road part. Actually I would say it's more than half. It's really the only thing are Jeep Wranglers great at. It's not for everybody stop. So if you don't we lit really not going to miss a Jeep when it's gone.
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Last weekend I went wheeling with 11 jeeps. I would say at least 7 of them (including mine) are daily drivers with out backup. Owning a jeep and never wheeling it is like dating a super model and not having sex with her. Life is for living - go wheeling and you'll love your jeep even more.
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Your Jeep is a purpose built vehicle, even in its stock form. Go camping. Pick a campsite that a little further back and this less crowded because of the need to get there. There’s a lot of fun to be had in day trips and doing things other than running King of the Hammers and The Rubicon.

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In a perfect world I’d have both. But thats Not in the cards right now unfortunately
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In a perfect world Iíd have both. But thats Not in the cards right now unfortunately
I'll just repeat what I said before:

Keep the JK. Ignore all of the "YOU HAVE A JEEP YOU HAVE TO OFFROAD" bs. If they demand you Offroad, they can pay your car note.

Enjoy what you have. Honestly, you sound bored. Maybe it's time for a new bumper, or other accessory to spice things up a little.

Its your JK. Enjoy how YOU want to.
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nope you "don't have to off-road" but there are so many better dd if you don't.
I was at the mall (yup in my jeep) and saw this car which would make a great DD .
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It’s my daily driver and only vehicle. I’ve never had it offroad, mainly because it’s my daily driver and I’m hesitant to beat on it.
What do you consider offroad? You can have lots of fun offroading without beating on your JK. You don't have to crawl over rugged rocks.. You can go on forest fire trails, abandoned gravel pits, sand dunes, beaches.. Depends where you live.

Do you have a local Jeep club or general 4X4 club? Get in touch with them, or better yet.. join. See where they go on their outings. You'll find the JK is a lot more fun when you can get out in a group with similar interests and explore different areas.

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I’ve recently contemplated trading it in for a truck. I don’t absolutely need a truck. I currently don’t have anything to haul
I'm convinced that most truck owners don't have much to haul and they just drive trucks for the sake of driving a truck For a while now, I've taken the time to look in the beds of all the non commercial pickups I see when I drive around. 99.9% of the time they're empty.

FWIW, I do own a truck. I moved to the country in 2003 and picked an off-lease Ford F150 4x4.. regular cab, 8 foot bed. It's been paid off for years.. I ONLY use it for hauling (which is why I got an 8 ft bed) . I only put about 2000 miles per year on it.
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If you like your Jeep, I would keep it. If you need to tow/haul with it, put a towing hitch on and gear accordingly. My Jeep is my play toy/daily driver/business vehicle and I tow a small cargo trailer around the country with it. To me, the versatility of these vehicles is what makes them a blast. Everyone has their preferences but I am perfectly happy with mine as my all around vehicle.
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My jkur is my daily driver, and I wheel the crap out of it... because I specifically bought (and built) a vehicle that could do both effectively.
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If you like your Jeep, I would keep it. If you need to tow/haul with it, put a towing hitch on and gear accordingly. My Jeep is my play toy/daily driver/business vehicle and I tow a small cargo trailer around the country with it. To me, the versatility of these vehicles is what makes them a blast. Everyone has their preferences but I am perfectly happy with mine as my all around vehicle.
I have a hitch on it but I don’t like towing much with it. I hauled an enclosed trailer with a motorcycle in it through the hills of NY and while it did it, I didn’t like how much it wanted to rev going up the hills.
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In a perfect world I’d have both. But thats Not in the cards right now unfortunately
I'll just repeat what I said before:

Keep the JK. Ignore all of the "YOU HAVE A JEEP YOU HAVE TO OFFROAD" bs. If they demand you Offroad, they can pay your car note.

Enjoy what you have. Honestly, you sound bored. Maybe it's time for a new bumper, or other accessory to spice things up a little.

Its your JK. Enjoy how YOU want to.
I’ve done bumpers already. I’ve been thinking about what I could do next and can’t come up with anything I want to do lol. Only thing being maybe a regear. But that’s costly and I don’t need to do it
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I currently have a 2013 jku. I bought it stock and have put a 2.5Ē lift, front and rear bumpers, wheels/tires... the normal stuff. Itís my daily driver and only vehicle. Iíve never had it offroad, mainly because itís my daily driver and Iím hesitant to beat on it. Also it just shines up so well lol. So pretty much Iíve never used it for what itís good for. Iíve recently contemplated trading it in for a truck. I donít absolutely need a truck. I currently donít have anything to haul but the possibility is always there. I have hauled my motorcycle a few times with the Jeep. It didnít care for it but wasnít a big deal. I do love the Jeep which makes it so hard to decide what to do. In a perfect world Iíd have both but thatís not possible. I know itís a Jeep forum so most will say stick with a Jeep lol. But whatíre your opinions? The Jeep is nowhere paid off by the way and has 94k miles on it

You can off road you JK without beating on it!
We do not rock crawl, mostly overland style wheeling, and do not ever beat on our equipment. Common sense is the factor here. If it gets tough, pick your line carefully, have someone watch for you. Put a cheap winch on the front just incase.
Just be careful, but take your JK in the woods, on the beach, or where ever you want and enjoy it.
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I currently have a 2013 jku. I bought it stock and have put a 2.5Ē lift, front and rear bumpers, wheels/tires... the normal stuff. Itís my daily driver and only vehicle. Iíve never had it offroad, mainly because itís my daily driver and Iím hesitant to beat on it. Also it just shines up so well lol. So pretty much Iíve never used it for what itís good for. Iíve recently contemplated trading it in for a truck. I donít absolutely need a truck. I currently donít have anything to haul but the possibility is always there. I have hauled my motorcycle a few times with the Jeep. It didnít care for it but wasnít a big deal. I do love the Jeep which makes it so hard to decide what to do. In a perfect world Iíd have both but thatís not possible. I know itís a Jeep forum so most will say stick with a Jeep lol. But whatíre your opinions? The Jeep is nowhere paid off by the way and has 94k miles on it
Had a 2012 Dodge RAM, wife had a 2010 Dodge RAM, we both traded them in for cars. Now I miss my truck especially when I need to haul something. I have had to ask a friend twice so far if he would haul something in his full size van. I'd buy the truck! Just my opinion.
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This is our first wrangler. Bought it new in 2010. I've been a pickup guy all of my adult life. Had one since I've been 17, 54 now. That said I will always have a Wrangler and a beater pickup. When I sold my 2012 Power Wagon I was truckless and realized I needed one and really missed having a pickup. Bought a 96 F250 4x4 regular cab, 8' bed with a 351 and 4:10's for 3 grand. Really nice older pickup that I'm working on.
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Having owned 4 other two door jeeps, hauling and loading up for off road adventures was sometimes painful, I have owned trucks for many years, the Wrangler for me gets used most often with the truck available as needed. The JKUR with the seats down will hold an amazing amount of gear for my lifestyle.
I also have a trailer and even a rear basket which increases capabilities to haul camp gear, but when doing firewood or heavier trailering, my F150 is the proper tool.
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My jk is a daily driver , its stock and I dont think it will go off road that often if ever but I love taking the doors and top off when i can so its a glorified convert-able for me
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I daily drove a 2002 Dodge 2500 for several years, then went to a YJ as a daily driver/toy. 2 Years ago got 17 JKUR, much better daily/toy than the YJ, but still have the truck, it gets used for hauling and towing. But if its just a day trip to the lake with the Jetskis, we still take the JK. Truck are nice to have, but the JK is much more fun the rest of the time.
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I can't imagine owning a Jeep if I didn't constantly yearn for outdoor adventure. I hunt and fish and travel to Baja and like to scout remote areas. Thats what Jeeps are MADE for.

So I guess *my* answer would be that a Jeep represents a lot of trade-offs as a daily driver, and if going offroad wasn't something I did, then those trade-offs would not be worth it.

Bottom line, trucks are a lot more versatile if you aren't optimizing for outdoor/off-road adventure. If you don't need to haul, but need to get to areas when there is snow on the ground, get a Subaru or AWD crossover - you'll get a LOT more for your money than you do with a Jeep, better gas mileage, greater reliability (generally), and a more comfortable ride.

I've had many Jeeps and trucks over the years and have ALWAYS owned a 4x4 of some kind because of my lifestyle.
When my wife and I had kids, I stopped buying Jeeps (well, actually we bought a new XJ in '95 as our first "kid mobile"). But I continued to own 4x4 vehicles.

First the XJ, then (believe it or not) a 4WD VW camper van (called a "Syncro"), then a series of 4x4 trucks that included both full size and compact trucks. I still own an '06 Ranger FX4 with 250,000 miles on it...

When I got rid of my 2015 F-150 SuperCrew (I hated it) last December, I was planning to buy a Colorado ZR2 (diesel) but decided to wait until they either improve the trans on the diesel or add the turbo I-4 gasser from the '19 Silverado as an option.

And I just can't completely trust the Ranger anymore on LONG distance remote drives (like Baja or up into the Sierras). Based on resale value and utility, I decided to get a lightly used Jeep, figuring that if I loved it I'd keep it, and if I missed having a truck too much, I'd sell it after a year or two and hopefully by then the Colorado ZR2 would be sorted out.

After 6 weeks or so of owning the '17 Jeep, I don't think I'll be getting that ZR2 any time soon... . I'm obsessed with this damned thing and I haven't even had an adventure in it yet.

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