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RE: Going from Gas To Diesel(?)

Ignoring the question of adequate power, here are some of the differences I've noted when I switched from Gas to Diesel. ............................... I didn't copy everything but... What an excellent post!
EricGT 01/22/15 06:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1985 Jeep cj7

Thanks everyone. Jeep does dot have Quadra-Trac. Inline 6 ,with 5-speed manual and lockout hubs. Jeep was from California , and has NO rust. No, I don't think it can be. Best option would be to sell it...accepting offers???? ;)
EricGT 01/22/15 06:11am Dinghy Towing
RE: need general advice

I am a newbie to dinghy towing. So much that i am waiting for my kit to arrive. However, I have done a lot of reading on this subject and our 2014 JKU. The 2011 (?) and newer Wranglers do not require the key in ignition. So just place the keys in your console. I decided on the Readybrute and Currie baseplate. I like the looks of the Currie as it looks like a skid plate and is reasonably priced. I also like the Readybrute because everything is all-in-one and I don't have air brakes so the AF1 was not even a thought. I was opting for the MOPAR wiring kit because I like simple plug and be done set ups. I wasn't into wiring diodes or light bars on our JEEP. I happened to find a great price on a used set up in another forum and it just happens to come with the Cooltech wiring harness, so that will work. I am planning to install the kit myself as it appears to be pretty easy to do so with this set up. I read of people paying around $1000 to have their kits installed which is mind-blowing to me. I am a bit nervous about the first outing with the JKU attached but am excited to finally be able to go out and explore areas off the campsite.
EricGT 01/22/15 06:06am Dinghy Towing
RE: Opinion Requested

The Rexhall looks a lot more dated for only being a year older. IMO
EricGT 12/16/14 05:32am Class A Motorhomes
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