After weeks of searching and contemplating, I finally decided on my Jeep storage solution. I ended up getting the Tuffy lockable storage unit made for the two door CJ.
This storage unit is the perfect fit for my needs and my Jeep. The lockable unit made for the 2013 Wrangler was just too much storage for me and a little out of my budget. Plus, it would have taken up the whole back end and I still need some of that space. I use my Jeep for a mom's everyday needs like grocery shopping and hauling my boys to their activities.
I ended up finding this unit on Craig's list from a local Jeeper and got a great deal. I was pretty excited to meet this local Jeeper that lived close by. But it turns out he is moving and doesn't even off road. Bummer!
I'm glad I ended up finding something less expensive on Craig's list because now when I change my mind later -- and I do tend to do that -- I will feel better because I didn't dish out a ton of cash. But for now this is the perfect fit. That's what I love about my Jeep -- I can make it my own to fit my Jeeping needs.
Now -- on to the bumper or maybe the rocker guards instead. I'm still torn on what to do first. But my Jeep fund is starting to grow. My first auctions on EBay ended and the money is starting to come in. YEAH! Rubicon Trail get ready -- Here I come!
-- Simple Living! -- Enjoying Life! -- The Jeep Momma Way --
Monday, July 7, 2014
Jeep Storage Solution
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