Highway driving preferences aside, how are you all keeping your butt on the ground in 2nd when the roads are wet and you are on KO2s?
Once above 2500 in 2nd, that pentastar finally finds some torque and it magically turns into 70s pony car with my rearend going sideways.
Don't get me wrong I...
Kinda hard to tell, but it looks like they were running an aftermarket stubby front bumper. Might be why they climbed the rail rather than bouncing off it.
Not sure if looking cool is worth plunging to my death.
Are radar detectors still relevant in the age of Lidar and pulsed/instant-on radar guns?
This isnt a flame, I am asking cause I really don't know.
If they are still useful then I need one. I start rowing through the gears in my brick and thoughts of speed limits begin to escape my...
Nice!! Glad you got them (hopefully on sale), but now you have to update your avatar :). Really adds to your rig, you gotta be snapping necks where ever you go.
BTW - The logo color looks like an exact match to your gecko. Did you order them that way or did you paint it yourself using touch...
I get that. Even though I love the more rugged look of my RB flaps, it is alot of money....especially if you are staying with stock look (e.g. stock tires with no offsets). With that said, if you are going with a set up that gives you a wider stance, I do not think you would be happy with the...
Full sideways slide at highway speeds into grass with no roll-over?!?!?
Why does everyone I meet warn me about the rollover risks. 🙂
Nice control @wranglernoob2019. I think the way you handled it was just as important as the vehicle you were in.
Right there with you Scott, happened to me the other day too. I pulled up next a girl at a light with an amazing body.......she had a lifted JLU Willy's (i think) on 35s with mud patterns that you can only get with high grade wheel spin in a freshy combined field. I couldn't stop staring at...
Agree with most posters here. Most OBDII readers just read and clear codes, some will allow live data monitoring....nice but largely in effective unless you are an experienced mechanic.
I tried out the ThinkDiag unit on my wife's cadillac. Its a bluetooth OBDII unit that does everything the...
I only have 3,500mi on my JLURMT, and it is the noisiest manual I have had. ALOT of linkage noise, and engagement/disengagement noise.
I can't say that I have any slippage issues on the clutch.
I don't want to head to the dealer and be labelled a hypochondriac, but all the other noises have...
I would leave as is, and when your passenger asks why their seat is on, just tell you're warming up your snack. ;)
This works better if the passenger is your wife or girlfriend......not so much if it's your buddy or brother.
Unfortunately, I did not take a pre-reading. I was already installing some sliders and just decided to replace them based upon feedback from other users.
I will say that it does drive better, and did not affect the alignment from a drivability perspective.
Go for the full Fast and the Furious effect with an LED exhaust tip.
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I put this on another thread too, but Poison Spyder Rocker Knockers with step kit may work for some people. It has the best of both world's....... if you are bold enough to remove main body bolts.
Here is the link w/ the step kit, its for a JK, but the step should bolt on to the JL version of...
First off I am not a lawyer, what I am about to state comes from the reasearch I did prior to deciding not to get an in cab dashcam.
I know people like to have dash cams, because it provides them a sense of protection from others; however, there are other legal implications of having a dash cam...
I believe Poison Spyder has a beefy rock slider system (Rocker Nockers) that has a removable step that you can add.
Their website is hard to use, but here is a link to the steps.
IMO, the "steps" offer by most sliders add no functional value, and only create an additonal ledge you have to clear when you get out. Unless you can get one with a step that is greater than 8 inches below the height of the sill, you would be better off not using anything.
I would stick to...