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Old 01-09-2013, 08:44 AM
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Re: A little dirt doesn't hurt.

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I might suggest the Mopar cargo mat instead of the curtain shade you are currently using!
That's actually a Duragear protector underneath the Husky Liner. (it got pulled up when I removed the bike)

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I have no issue with the getting dirty part , but a hitch-mounted bike rack is just soooo much easier to deal with, on and off!
I know, I know. I'll be getting the Thule T2 within a few weeks.
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:23 PM
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Re: A little dirt doesn't hurt.

Either way I'm glad you enjoy your Jeep I hear some of the posts talking like it's a Ferrari, and they will never experience the fun you've already had.
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:01 PM
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Re: A little dirt doesn't hurt.

I'm curious why your trunk mat is curling up.

EDIT - I can't read.... You answered this. lol.
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:04 PM
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Re: A little dirt doesn't hurt.

Don't understand those bike people,

He has a perfectly good jeep, and when he gets to the interesting muddy part, he leaves it parking and rides a bike, go figure :-)
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:37 PM
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Re: A little dirt doesn't hurt.

Way to get after it Jake! Also nice to see an SUV being used as one.

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Re: A little dirt doesn't hurt.

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Don't understand those bike people,

He has a perfectly good jeep, and when he gets to the interesting muddy part, he leaves it parking and rides a bike, go figure :-)
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Way to get after it Jake! Also nice to see an SUV being used as one.

Is that you, Moose? You have guts to do that thing.
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Re: A little dirt doesn't hurt.

It is still a Jeep. I use mine for hunting fishing dogs. Had a nice doe in mine opening night of bow season less than 1k on her.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:02 PM
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Way to get after it Jake! Also nice to see an SUV being used as one.

You know both of our Jeeps go places. But with some of the pics you've taken, I'm more than a bit jealous of the terrain you have out there. (and the views!)

One of these days I need to make a road trip out west for some serious mountain biking. (and off roading of course)
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Way to get after it Jake! Also nice to see an SUV being used as one.

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It is still a Jeep. I use mine for hunting fishing dogs. Had a nice doe in mine opening night of bow season less than 1k on her.
Wow. I was wondering about this during rifle season last year. I was with my buddies who all have trucks, but nice to see that is at least an option.
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