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  1. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    The Leopold Deltapoint has treated me well. I'm a fan of non magnified and lightweight red dots on my ar's.
  2. Would you buy another 2.0T? Why? Why not?

    Last time I was there, was in January 2018. About several months before getting a Jeep was even a blip on my radar. We rented a grand Cherokee unlimited, but it had a lousy set of all weather tires on it that were horrible in the little bit of snow that we saw there. The locals said that it was...
  3. 2020 Sahara whines

    What is ever to gain by chasing reactions, rather than going directly to the root cause? Serious question. Nothing is as telling, as one's immediate physical reactions to others and their environment. Text requires a bit more probing, because it's a delayed reaction and the information...
  4. Can I get some feedback on these 3 Lifts please

    Being able to fine tune geometry is most definitely a benefit shared by on and off road use. Also, the higher quality bushings and the stronger arms construction will certainly be an advantage across the entire scope of use. Although different, the forces generated by both on and off road use...
  5. 2020 Sahara whines

    1. The purpose of all those smiley face symbols is to make up for text being the most detached form of communication when it comes to conveying where one's coming from. It requires a bit extra to make up for not reading someone's eyes and body, or at least the tone in their voice. "Nice Sport"...
  6. 2020 Sahara whines

    Since you just got here, you haven't yet picked up on the fact that it's mostly non rubicon owners that draw unnecessary dividing lines between the models. When giving throttle in neutral or in gear, you're hearing the turbine spooling up. When reversing, you're hearing the straight cut reverse...
  7. What Does Your Electric Fan Do?

    Same here. My engine temp remains the same, winter and summer, but once the ambient air warms to a certain point the fan acts just as you described. Funny that it shuts off when below 20mph and sitting still at a light with no wind blowing through the grill. I heard of a tsb that included a...
  8. Would you buy another 2.0T? Why? Why not?

    Carbondale has some nice places to grab a meal. I like vacationing to a ranch in your neighboring town, Red Stone. You must be familiar with the natural hotsprings on the Avalanche Ranch.
  9. name that jeep?

    Time and again, many members have apologized for reviving old threads. There's usually no need for that, but this is an entirely different situation. Now, into the corner for you. Hahahahaha!
  10. Non-Compatible Parts and Mods

    Forgot to mention: For those with a rear track bar relocation bracket that clamps around the axle tube, the rear diff skid from Next Venture Motorsports is your ticket. As nice as Metalcloak parts are, the front and rear diff skids from NVM are 2nd to none in my opinion.
  11. Non-Compatible Parts and Mods

    A Synergy rear track bar axle side relocation bracket doesn't rely on an extension and uclamp around the axle tube. It will work with the Metalcloak rear diff skid. The SteerSmarts front track bar also contacts the ARB front diff cover. As mentioned earlier, stock height will be a regular...
  12. Lift kits: What is everyone running? How do you like it? (2.5"-3.5")

    Hahaha! My mind kept returning with Alcoa. Thanks buddy!
  13. Lift kits: What is everyone running? How do you like it? (2.5"-3.5")

    Typically, the upgraded brake packages stick to the wheel ends. Larger diameter and thicker rotors with slots and cross drillings, which add both leverage and increased heat dispersion. And calipers made out of better materials, with larger pistons and more of them. The larger calipers will...
  14. Lift kits: What is everyone running? How do you like it? (2.5"-3.5")

    I've had the SteerSmarts tie rod and drag link for nearly 40k miles now. They've held up great, but I like the idea of having versions that are a bit of overkill for the vehicle. Also, their touted "memory" is a plus seeing as how the tie rod is the lowest hanging fruit on the front end. Yet...
  15. Lift kits: What is everyone running? How do you like it? (2.5"-3.5")

    Only the PowerStop z36 heavy duty towing pads and rotors have been replaced. They added just enough extra bite to offset the larger tires. But still, it is what it is, so I drive accordingly. I maintain an ample following distance, and take advantage of sitting higher than most to read traffic...
  16. Lift kits: What is everyone running? How do you like it? (2.5"-3.5")

    Hahaha! I got some puzzled looks, when I hooked up a new dehumidifier in the garage about a month ago. And yeah, I look at it as an investment. Someone in the marketplace will score a great deal on a set of beefed up and well maintained 44's, which probably won't sit long enough for the ad to...
  17. 38” Tires fit and they are awesom!!

    I forgot to add that I'm currently just over 30k on these Pat's. And have just over 3/8" of tread left. By winter I'll be retiring them with somewhere around 40-45k total.
  18. 38” Tires fit and they are awesom!!

    Many here, including myself, had no issues from pushing the limits of the 7.5" wide factory wheel with a set of 35x12.5's. Some are doing just as fine with 37x12.5's. But in my opinion, a 38x13.5 is really pushing it. Especially with the Pat's, which are a softer and shorter lifespan tire. You'd...



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