4 Things Every Jeep Owner Needs

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If you own a Jeep, then you already know that they’re better off-road than on the highway. They’re built for fun and adventure, and you can really have some amazing times in one, specifically if it’s a Wrangler.

However, Jeep seems to have gone a bit loopy lately with the new Jeep designs. Some of them no longer even resemble a Jeep, although thankfully, they’ve left the 2017 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Unlimited alone. This is one Jeep that is so iconic that you know it’s a Jeep as soon as you see it. It used to be that way with all Jeeps. Sadly, this is no longer the case.

That being said, there are things that all Jeep owners should have inside or for their Jeeps. Let’s take a closer look at some of them:

Extended Warranty

This is probably the most important thing that you can get for your Jeep. A Jeep extended warranty is incredibly useful because Jeeps are not well known for their reliability. If you want to own a Jeep and make sure that it stays on the road (or off-road) and that you stay on track with your budgeting, an extended warranty will be just what you need. These warranties go into effect once the manufacturer’s warranty has expired. There are great benefits and features to extended warranties too. You can go to whatever repair shop you like as opposed to having to take the Jeep back to the dealer, and there is also roadside assistance and towing when you need it. You can also get features such as a rental car, protection for the tires and a variety of other plan options to choose from.


One of the best insider tips a Jeep owner can get is to find a good mechanic and stick with him. Jeeps are known to have a death wobble. This is when the Jeep begins to wobble at a certain speed, which increases the likelihood of a dangerous rollover. Not that a rollover is definitely going to happen, but who wants to tempt the fates? This wobble is something that happens because of the front wheels vibrating. Most of the time, this is because of a suspension system that has been overloaded. You will need a good mechanic to make sure that this wobble is eliminated. Of course, you will need him for a good deal more too.

JK Hardtop Removal and Storage System

One of the great things about Jeeps is their versatility. You can leave the hard top on if you like or you can remove it for a bit of topless driving. Then, there is a myriad of soft top options for you to choose from as well. When it comes to taking the hard top off, though, there tends to be a degree of difficulty that is unmatched. Unless you have a hoist for it, you will need a bit of help, because these hard tops can weigh upwards of 200 pounds. This is where the JK Hardtop Removal and Storage System comes in handy. This lifts the top off from the bottom and then folds down so that it can be stored in small areas.


If you plan on going off-road at all in your Jeep, you will need a winch. You never know when you will get stuck in the mud, in a ditch or anywhere else. If you don’t want to be waiting hours for help to come along, or days if you are in the wilderness, you will need to have a way to rescue yourself. What better way to do that then with a winch? You just take the cable from the winch and loop it around something stable, such as a boulder or a tree. Then, you can pull yourself to safety with ease. Aside from your own safety, winches can keep other people on the trails, woods or highways safe too. If they get stuck and you come along, you’ll be able to be a good Samaritan and get them back on the right path again.


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