Sure. Here here. Just saying that in looking at my 4wd and sport utility today, they had an article on their own super tour. They took a number of vehicles on the road from trail to trail, and the majority of them were Tj's! (Strangely, they all seemed to be red...) If we were writing on this message board in, say, 93 or so, and we saw a hardcore trail article, would the majority of Jeeps have been 3 year old YJ's? No, they would have been (and were) 60's and 70's CJ's! The capability of the TJ meant that the YJ sort of got skipped as the popular trail rig to have. I saw this happen, as I was a YJ owner at the time.
If Jeep reads Jp, or 4wd, or almost any of the magazines covering trail runs, they will see TJ's all over. This is not because they're pretty. The new coil suspension just works. My prediction is you won't see Liberty's all over the Rubicon. Just a guess...
I'm also guessing that TJ's generally outsell the old YJ significantly, and that's partly due to us, the enthusiasts.
Isuzu makes fun of the off-road recreational market. It's time to OWN that group for DC. After all, we'd all rather drive an old Jeep that does what we want, than a brand new truck that can't!
You can't have everything. Where would you put it? -Steven Wright
1996 Cherokee Sport