The wife's been driving the Jeep a lot more lately. She loves driving it but hates "climbing" into it and "falling" out of it...her words LOL. And this is with NO lift...can't imagine what she would say with a 3" lift haha
Trying these rough country steps on for size...happy wife, happy life!
Those ridge grapplers look so much bigger than my K02s lol. Nice setup! What are the offsets of those wheels?
How are you liking those deployable running boards? The wife wants those bad as she has been driving the Jeep more lately.
Welcome to the club AZ02 ! Looks good with those bronze wheels.
Still loving my setup as well - no complaints, no regrets.
We did some moderate trails a few weeks backs when camping with no issues. The rear tire barely made some contact with the rear most part of the fender plastic for the...
6+ months later and I'm still rocking the muffler delete on my 2.0T. Cold start still sounds like shi* but overall I'm OK with it. The 2.0T sounds pretty bland to begin with so no surprise there. No one has mentioned power increases with this mod but Its likely to add a few horsepower on the...
Agreed! IMO the 2.0t is better than the V6 engine in just about every aspect except...SOUND. There is no character to the exhaust note, its not pleasant or terrible in any way, its just 'there' and barely audible unless WOT.
The delete just makes it "more there" and gives it some volume.
Indeed, spacers will help with your setup due to the high offsets of those OEM wheels. I see you also removed the inner fenders....no doubt those are helping a ton here. The AAL high line fender kit is high on my list of things to do
Most 37s do not actually measure 37" in height from the ground when mounted on the Jeep. Most all fall in the 35.5" - 36.25" range. Measuring them when not mounted on the Jeep is not an accurate representation. There are also variables such as tire pressure, tread life, the Jeeps weight, and rim...
Beware of any PMs from the user Shawnmike. He sent me a PM in response to this post yesterday:
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I emailed this guy thinking he was a trust worthy...
^^^ Yes, I have clarified that multiple times in this thread. To be fair MOST tires are NOT their actual stated size when mounted up and under load but K02s definitely run on the smaller side of the spectrum.
I would consider 37" K02s a "jumbo 35" LOL
Considering Jeep doesn't specify what roof configuration they using for that measurement I can only assume they use the tallest configuration possible. That would be the Sky one-touch or soft top - both are 1-2" taller than the hardtop.
Bottom line...tolerances from Jeep to Jeep, production...
Just measured again to check my work. Same numbers: 74.5" at highest point (rear of roof). Tape measure from roof of Jeep to ceiling then subtracted total ceiling height. Not super scientific but should be accurate enough to +/- half inch.
another point of reference: height from floor to top...