Yeah mine was one of the black ones with a custom plate there , mine was crosthrd and reaperjl was another.
We were out at Jeep invasion and hit some more trails this saturday, and I think are planning to be in uwharrie again this coming saturday.
If you are for sure set on the prorock 44 in the front I think they plan on doing a semi-float 5 lug rear again. I would say just go full 60's if you are swapping, For me it was a simple piece of mind.
100% this, take your jeep out stock and learn, take your time and have fun. Your first few times out make it a goal to use minimal throttle and focus on picking the best line you can. you should be able to go down to 13-15 psi with stock wheels, ant that will take you a lot of places.
no, not at all, I have a full bellypan so any of that was protected. My height just kept getting me hung up, and after the parking lot situation I was a bit high on tire pressure.
We broke more stuff then next day on 39, I think they have a video of that one as well. I linked it below, it was...
Honestly that pic makes things look way worse than they were, I was able to crawl that slow and have enough offset to keep me off the wall. while not the most technical trail I've done, I think waldens ridge at windrock was the hardest on the nerves. I was the black JL in there, on a mere...
I forgot about the 6 packs, they will do that. I would go other directions, but if flex is what you want they will do that. I actually ran my stock front shaft with a 4.5" lift and wheeled it pretty hard, but I also knew it was a time bomb.
They are the factory cut rubicon flares, I cut a 1/2" slit in them and set in a cheap led strip. I made these before AAL released theirs. They really only look good in pictures, I need to take them back off and clean it up and find a way to put in a higher quality light and a flexible...
I would go with the standard approach and do Rocky Mountain loop and backside of Daniel and see how you feel from there. the Front side of Daniel is the hard part, to do the back side you would make the turn off the rocky mountain loop connection and turn around when you get to the top of the...
In theory the ARB TRED pros have a lifetime warranty.... I'm yet to test this theory though. As for spinning on the tracks I've found that most of my damage to mine doesn't come from me using them, but others spinning tires on them.
I belive they are linear and designed to work with the multi-rate springs vs the falcons being digressive and working better with a linear rate spring.
they will ride better with the RK kit, but if you run a different spring, results may vary.