Useful knowledge for the Solo Jeeper in the Remote Wilderness
Expedition Tips and Tricks Wrangler JK/JKU Wrangler JL/JLU Rubicon and Gladiator
Optimize the safety, usability, comfort, and performance of your Wrangler JK/JKU or Rubicon before you start a long journey in the wilderness. The following are nine tips, tricks and cool things to know that could help you to reduce discomfort, feel safer, and make better purchase decisions.
When I started wandering alone in the remote wilderness, many things annoyed me to the point I considered to just stop and find something else to do with my life. My Jeep was my only traveling companion, and we had a love-hate relationship. That’s mainly because I made several mistakes with my first rig. For example, my front bumper had poor approach and departure angles. I also used to over-armor everything. I was actually driving a gas-guzzling massive tank that was always stuck (deep) in something. But! Year after year, I found new ways to customize a Jeep until it becomes an unstoppable off-road vehicle and a comfy mini RV on the trail.
Get some extra knowledge before you hit the trail for good. These tips and tricks could save you a lot of hassles and help improve your overall experience.
9 Out-of-the-Box Tips & Tricks for the Aspiring Lone Jeeper
Ingenious Tricks for Jeep Wrangler JK 2007-2018
This page is a collection of lessons I have picked up from all those years I have spent sleeping in a Wrangler JK, driving it on the worst trails, and facing stupid problems.
Buying a serpentine belt online for your JK is among the most frustrating experiences I had in the past because most won't fit at all. But you need to carry a spare one at all times on the trail for sure.