As some of you may recall, I was invited by Full Traction Suspension to have my Jeep JK Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited shown at their display at the 2007 Moab Easter Jeep Safari Vendor Show. And, as you can imagine, my whole day 4 here in Moab was pretty much shot as far as wheeling is concerned. But, I have to be honest and say that being stuck all day at a show like this wasn’t necessarily without its perks. In fact, once I was able to get over the fact that I wasn’t going to be able to go wheeling (even though the landscape and trails have a way of calling to you like a siren song), I was able to use this opportunity to get a real close up look at all the new hooked up Jeep JK Wranglers (many of which I had not seen before and the most I have seen since SEMA 2006), talk to the manufacturers at length about their products and of course, take a ton of pics for all of you to drool over back at home. Speaking of which, if you want to see all 453 pics, click on the link below:
Now, if you can believe it, I wasn’t able to get shots of all the JKs yesterday but I will be at the show all day again today and will try to get the rest today and have them available to you by tonight. At the moment, every thing is all in one gallery but once I get back in town, I will try to reorgainze them into folders so that it’ll be easier for you to browse through. Also, once I have a little more time on my hands, I will try to post a recap of some of the hot new products that I saw.
P.S. One of the other perks I got from being stuck at the EJS Show was the chance to meet Mark Allen – Senior Manager of Daimler Chrysler’s Truck Studio Product Design Office, creator of the Orange Skunkwerks JK “Jeep King” and new JK “JT” (aka – Jeep Truck) and the best perk of all was the opportunity I got to drive both JK’s!!