Well what we all thought. Bronco lifting a tire due to IFS.
Bronco works. It'll satisfy its customers, it is a good platform. People buy 4runners over Wranglers, they'll buy Broncos too.
I am keeping my Jeep, and doubt I'll be getting a Bronco in the future. I don't like to have tires hanging...
Sunday works. We wont do anything nuts, we will just take the main trail which is a dirt road and go on the offshoots which give you a chance to build confidence. Plan for 2~3hrs. I'd like to start at 8 AM. I'll send you a PM.
I dont care what others say. My 2 door DOES NOT drive like that. That is not normal. I've driven both 4 door and 2 door, and in normal conditions, they both track THE SAME on the highway. The 2 door feels more responsive to input, which can make it less stable depending on your driving style...
So I am going with a group to Big Bear in 2 weeks or so. We are looking for a challenge, a trail for Jeeps. A lot of the Jeeps are well built, a gladiator Rubicon on 37s, JKU rubi on 35s, a JLU rubi on 37s etc... some of us have winches too. My JL is not that built, it is on a sport...
theyre not THAT bad. My clutches are still good (knock on wood). But yeah, the LSD that Jeep uses is trashy. trash loc people call it. And in no way can it compare to an actual locker. Heck even BLD is better.
LSD > OPEN DIFF
BLD > LSD
BLD + LSD > BLD
LOCKER > ANYTHING
LSD made sense back in...
I am gonna do a Rowher run this weekend. Taking main trail to bouquet reservoir through all of the off-shoots. Doing it as a warm up, the weekend after next I am taking my sport on rubi suspension and 33s to gold mountain (wish me luck).
Anyone who wants to come to Rowher let me know.
yeah. I am never getting one of those things. They look like a suicide device. And the pain of storing/carrying one around. nah.
So many "dos and donts". so many things can go wrong. I just can't trust myself I would remember all of those on the trail. I rather invest my time,memory,learning on...