My wife is in love with the Jeep, and has been bugging me to drive it more and more. So I’m going to give it to her. She wants it at stock height, so going back to stock.
For what it’s worth, it took me forever to decide on wheels/tires, and I absolutely love this set up.
Located in San Diego, Ca
I have a set of 5 ProComp Hammers and 37x12.50x17” Mastercraft Courser MXTs, and 5 new TPMS for trade or sale
Asking $2000. The whole set up cost a little over $2500.
wheels/tires have less than 2500 miles and in perfect condition.
Rough country- quick question as I'm sure others are in a similar situation.
I have the RC 2.5 spacer lift. Having slight handling/steering issues, so I purchased these control arms. I know they will take a bit of adjustment to get 100% correct, but do you have a recommended length I should...
I noticed the same after the RC 2.5 BB and MXT 37s. I installed a RC dual steering stabilizer and it actually helped a good amount. I still get a bit of feedback over bumps, but I think the stabilizer will help from what your explaining.
That's really good to hear. I've been having trouble with mine, and just ordered the rough country LCAs. Which brand did you get? So I'd you leave them at 24 1/8" or did you make adjustments? How long are the stock LCAs?
I ended up purchasing from Meador Dodge in Fort Woth. Skye, thank you very much for the lead, Mason was great. It's now on a truck being delivered to San Diego. I ended up saving a little over $5,000 from MSRP. Could have saved a few more thousand on a custom order, but I was sick of...
I've seen some posts, but the answer is unclear for aftermarket wheels. I purchased procomp hammers for the JL. I'm assuming I can't use the stock lug nuts. Can somebody tell me which ones to purchase?
I recently cancelled my order on a JLUR turbo after the nonsense of waiting forever and now not being able to receive my Jeep. I'm not willing to wait many more months for them to possibly build a new one.
I'm now looking for a 6cyl white JLUR in stock that I can purchase without...