I bought my 2019 JLUR at the end of august when the 2020s were hitting the lot. The dealer was trying to get rid of the 2019s and I found out the one I had spec’d was no different than the 2020 other than a -$10k cheaper price tag than the 2020. I gladly took the 2019 and used the saved $ for...
i wish I could say the same. People tell me they can understand me due to the road noise on the highway with my 37” stt pros. Only 5k miles on them. I love their performance offroad which is the reason I bought them. Yes, a little annoying how much road noise I get but it’s not a deal breaker...
Sucks it took so long but yes it does look awesome! I agree, the quality is amazing
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Finally!!! Took over six months but it looks awesome. I’m still waiting on some of the attachments but overall quality is great.
I am contemplating trading in my wife's 2012 4runner trail edition for a badlands bronco. I wouldn't get rid of my rubicon for it. I think it would make a nice upgrade for our 4runner that we use as a minivan.
The local jeep shop I was working with suggested either steer smarts or rpm. They specialize in steering. I can’t think of one person I’ve met who hasn’t been happy with their steer smarts so that made the decision easy. Their products are really well made and super beefy. Just my two cents
I will be bringing mine back to the dealer next week as it is pulling hard to the right after the steering box tsb. I literally can’t drive without hands on the steering wheel it it will put me quickly in the lane to the right.... super frustrating
I had the same issue and had luck moving caster actually down to 4.5, but still had a bit of a shimmy when hitting bumps. What finally took care of it was upgrading to steer smarts tie rod and drag link. Sucks to have spent all the money on the lift to have DW... hope you can figure yours out...
thanks, I really like it and not many have it (maybe because it takes 6+ months to arrive?). It’s actually a relocation that they sell. Works great and no drilling
I actually have the Rancho front glide plate and the metalcloak rear diff skid currently which I was planning on getting rid of and replacing with these covers. Do you think running the skids additionally is necessary?