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Jeep Nose On Rocks

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Our little TJ with 33s and the winch sunk into the grille means we can now drive the little Jeep right up to steep climbs without worrying about grinding the TJ’s nose or steering box on the rocks. This will allow the relatively small TJ to work more like a big tire’d rig off-road. We also dropped the heavy wire rope in favor of a Master-Pull Green Rope and aluminum Hawse fairlead. The rope and fairlead alone helped us drop nearly 30 lbs. Proceeds of Green Rope sales go towards protecting the trails in Johnson Valley. Next time we will focus on shrinking the rear of our TJ.