I installed my hardtop for the first time. There are uncomfortable pressure sounds now, like when someone opens a window on the highway. It increases as speed increases but is there at low speed with all windows closed. Is this a thing?
I thought they were saying that if you have a rubi plastic bumper the fog lights that come with it fit, but others, like steel bumper lights, do not - you confirmed that your plastic bumper fogs did not fit without cutting?
Would be great! Back bumper too if possible.
I was looking at that. Does it work perfectly, any issues? Does the disconnect button in the rubi work with it fine?
The other bumper I was looking into is the Genright Ultra Clearance Aluminum: https://genright.com/products/ultra-clearance-jl-front-bumper-w-trail-guard-bar-aluminum.html
I'm looking at getting the Artec Nighthawk front bumper: https://www.artecindustries.com/JL_NightHawk_Tube_Front
One of the options is: "Yes I want to protect the Sway Bar Disconnect under my bumper! [+$149.99]"
Anyone have experience with this? Is it a separate piece or connected to the...
OK, I think I got it, mainly due to watching this video 30 times (specifically 1:10-1:36):
Differentials operate side-to-side but have no coordination front-to-rear. So while the left and right wheels adjust correctly to a turn, the front wheels still have to complete larger turn radius than...
Slow!? Did you miss this part:
Maybe my mistake is in the above line (feel free to correct me if this is wrong). The rear wheels in 2H don't actually move at different speeds when there is traction, they receive equal power from the engine and move at the same speed, even during turns. What...
Thank you that explains it.
Edit: Actually, any idea how that works? Why would locking the rear and front drive shafts (which is what happens when switching to 4wd) still cause lurching during a turn if the inner tires are able to move at different speeds?
Hehe love the photo. But for the love of all things sacred, I DO NOT 4WD ON PAVEMENT! :CWL: I was doing science! I needed to separate terrain jumpiness from the 4WD jumpiness. I've been proper wheeling.
But this 4L talk doesn't seem right. It's primarily for control, not just being stuck. Yes...