I think the BFG Ko2 “looks” better than the Falken Wildpeak AT3W but I know the AT3W is a better tire. I have them on two vehicles, a GMC 1500 pickup in P275/55-20 and on my JL in LTC 285/70-17. Amazing in snow, offroad, rocks, mud, hot pavement, etc.
Ive had bfg’s, generals, Duratracs(great...
I've owned 5 prior rental cars and drove them well past 100k without any mechanical issues that could be attributed to abuse or being rented. In fact my dad bought a 2003 suburban from enterprise and has more than 300k on it now.
you can run the oils with LS additive in them in a vehicle without limited slip. No harm done.
I run amsoil 75w90 in front and 75w140 in rear with mopar LS additive. (I have LS in my sport)
The rubicons do not have limited slip they have e-lockers which do not require additive.
If your diff was "full of water" you would need gears and bearings replaced if you drove on it for more than a few miles. FYI,
I would be highly suspect of just needing a side gear in the differential.
if the front driveshaft rotates in 2wd then why add the cost and complications of the FAD? Front axle disconnect?
Full time 4wd (auto4wd) is and has been an option on rubicons in europe and now in the US.
The FAD was added on the JL for increased fuel economy and general reduction of NVH.
4 door hardtop towing pack rubicon springs on a 2 door are a great mod. The rubicon shocks are fairly low grade and on my list to upgrade to Bilsteins likely. The combo works well. I bought 3/4” spacers to add in when the snow thaws. With steel bumpers and 2 adults and 2 kids, it sags a bit in...