1st Wrangler. As expected, the ride is
truck like and corners and winding
roads need to be taken slowly. However
in snow and on poor roads, it is
excellent. The fit and finish so far
are very good. There are a few drill
holes on the windshield and and roll
bars that do not perfectly align, but
work. The manual is sketchy in places.
The dealer is very helpful here. The
Cruise Control and Airbag Kill Switch
are still on order.
I replaced a 1988 Range Rover with it,
and for what I have for the money I
paid, I am thrilled.
Styling, function, ride and tough
More complete manual.
Return to owner accessable/servicible
parts such as mirror and roll bar
screws that are accessable and easy to
remove. More functional instead of
cosmetic bumpers. Keep it spartan,
functional, and inexpensive to buy and
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