So if I order the kit with the ram,I don't need to have an additional steering stabilizer? Alternatively, if I install an aftermarket steering stabilizer, I don't need to order a kit with the ram.
Which is the preferred route?
I've had it with the steering. I think my next major upgrade is the Steering components.
I went to the PSC website and there are 5 different set-ups to choose from.
Mu suspension set up:. 2.5 in AEV suspension lift, with 37 in BFG KO2s. Front Trackbar.
Any guidance would be appreciated...
Yes, 59 is sufficient if you are only putting things on top of the crossbars.
However, If you are considering mounting an awning on the side (now or in the future) look into how much additional space on the crossbars the awning of your choice will need.
Good luck! Post pics!
Yakima also makes a guttermount roof rack very similar to this, that has footer extensions. That is my set up, with a Yakima LoadWarrior Basket.
I think the static weight is 800lbs (I would NEVER put that much weight on the fiberglass gutters), but the dynamic weight, which is a more...
I had wheel spacers that the previous owner installed on my 85 Toyota Land Cruiser.
I broke 2 or 3 lug bolts trying to get them off. Yeah, you'll need AT LEAST heat. I recommend taking it to a shop today and getting them off.
There's a reason they are not legal for on road use.
First you're gonna need to get yourself a desert.
Then...something to drive.
Kidding. But in all seriousness, if the popular threads this week are any indication, I'm gonna say you'll need a WildTrack Bronco.
We've all just about quit talking about Jeeps, so that's my suggestion. :CWL: