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klutchdust wrote:


I crew on top fuel funny cars, setting up a tow package is something to do before lunch.


This statement cracked me up, so I figured I'd share what I did for my 2018 JLU-R... Sorry it's not the 2019 as you specifically asked, but as a race car builder I'm satisfied you can cipher any minor differences [emoticon]

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I'm a farmer. Fabricating brackets and towbar mounts is something to do before the first pot of coffee is empty [emoticon]


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TWZMYJP wrote:

klutchdust wrote:


I crew on top fuel funny cars, setting up a tow package is something to do before lunch.


This statement cracked me up, so I figured I'd share what I did for my 2018 JLU-R... Sorry it's not the 2019 as you specifically asked, but as a race car builder I'm satisfied you can cipher any minor differences [emoticon]

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I'm a farmer. Fabricating brackets and tow bar mounts is something to do before the first pot of coffee is empty [emoticon]


Nice work. My comment was made in reference to the "read the owners manual" poster.I was looking for some photos and yours came through.
So, a farmer, I'm a reader of Farm show, will be looking for your work.

Your Rubi been throwing any pebbles at the back of your coach. My JK wasn't lifted but the JL is and was wondering about that.

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klutchdust wrote:


Your Rubi been throwing any pebbles at the back of your coach. My JK wasn't lifted but the JL is and was wondering about that.


Hmmm, I haven't noticed that happening but I'll have to take a very close look at the back wall of the coach? We've put probably 1,500 miles on the setup and thankfully the majority of those have been on decent paved roads, but there are probably a good 150+ miles or so of gravel forest service roads... I have been considering one of those full-width flaps for the back of the motorhome to keep stuff off the Jeep, never actually considered the reverse issue from the front tires on the Jeep throwing stuff forward...

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