I had the same issues, BFG were not good in wet weather and switched to Falken Wildpeak AT3s on the Jeep. I have Duratracs on my truck and both are great in snow and wet and are both also rated the 3 Peak Snowflake rating.
Selling 18 JLUR Suspension take off parts : $500 OBO - San Diego Pick up only
All 4 springs
4 Rubicon Shocks
Front lower control arms
Newer front track bar from recall
Sway bar links
Rear upper control arms
Cool, Ill be looking into upgrading to these soon. Thanks for the input and replies btw. These responses are one of the reasons why I went with Rock Krawler in the first place. Keep up the support, we all, I'm sure, appreciate it.
I didnt before but after I got lost out on some trails, thinking I was going to spend the night, I will be now when I go offroading. In San Diego County its tough to get a CCW, I do have my out of state permits that allows me to carry in 37 states so when i go on road trips i carry.
Thanks for the input, I knew it would be a tough question to answer without being there. Looks like I have a date with my torque wrench.
I have an 18 JLUR - whats the biggest advantage to the No Limits links, would it be a big upgrade to swap out the original RK links that came with the Max...
@Rock Krawler Suspension I just had my RK Max Travel kit installed at 4WP, supposedly everything is tight and torqued. I went out on some local trails, nothing too crazy, had my e-sway bar disconnected. While going through some ruts and rocks, I heard some clunking sort of noises on driver side...
I have 315/70/17 Wildpeak AT3 on a lifted Rubicon with Fox Shocks. I think it rides quite well actually I can feel the difference between the stock BFG C rated and these E rated but I like it. You can feel the road a little better IMO, why I went with Wildpeaks is they're some of the best AT...