Funny thing is, once I had a second to look through the info I got, there is a graffic in the pamphlet of a jeep driving on a hill. I looked up the same pamphlet on the web. The picture was taken out.
I guess I'm just jealous of other guys and girls on this forum. Places like glamis and roush creek sound awesome.
I wouldn't mind taking my truck to visit my mother in North Carolina. It doesn't seem like there are many restrictions in the mid-atlantic. I don't get a lot of chances to go down to see her, and when I do we usually take the focus down. For the gas mileage and because for some reason my 12 year old doesn't want to ride for eleven hours in the jump seat. Go figure.
k&n fipk cold air intake, hypertech max energy programmer, banks monster exhaust 3". daystar 2"/2" lift. toyo open country at2 265/75r16. kicker zx700.5 5 channel amp, pioneer ts-d691r 6x9" and ts-d161r 6-1/2" speakers, 12" rockford fosgate punch p3 sub in a sealed box. custom mounted 36" knaack box or aluminum utility cap(depending on the season), custom pressure treated platform with removable center panel(to fit 4x8 sheets in the bed), weathertech floor liners.
still to come; tjm leaf packs, and shocks, tjm extended travel coilovers, uca, 16x8.5 wheels or 1-1/4" wheel spacers, n-fab nerf bars or rock sliders, intake manifold spacer, lightweight crank pulley, e-fan, plasti-dip chrome.