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Looks very nice actually. You are running 35" tires?
Thanks! Looks absolutely level. I assume you have a raked look when not loaded?
A few more pictures ...
When I load up my Rubi for an overland trip (including tire carrier mounted gas cans, water etc), the Jeep "leans backwards", i.e. the...
I agree, and this was my thinking, too.
In addition, consider how super easy it is to tamper with a winch, which is directly hooked to your...
Could be the angle of the tire carrier. Is it parallel to the tail gate?
Correct. Fortunately, there are convenient grounding ports on the side of the engine bay, just below the rail.
Welcome to Colorado, indeed one of the most beautiful states. We are happy to have you here! I live in Loveland, too, happy to hook up.
Crossing Salt Creek - In Canyonlands' Needles District (no snorkel required ;))
Mark, I used the aluminum version of these, easier to cut and obviously won't corrode.
Any Lows or Home Depot.
Same here at 26k, approaching 2 years.
If you flex (even with stabilizers connected) you will get rubbing on 35" without a lift.
Yes, correct. I used a battery cable for the high amp, possibly gauge 1? For the low amp I used a few inches of the wire that came with the...
to understand the wiring of the winch activating solenoid: read this forum from the top. The connectors I used are those types:...
Here is an update on my setup. The rail I installed to hold the solenoid activating the winch now also holds two connectors
A high amp plug where...
It is doable with a stock wrangler. I run a 2.5" lift and 35" tires and never had an issue, just took it nice and slow.
If you are interested...
Teapot Canyon in the Maze District of Canyonlands National Park.
Two brothers camping on the edge of Marble Canyon:
Four brothers camping in the Maze.