On the 21 I did JLUR suspension swap and gutted the fenders. It looked right with 315s in my opinion. On the 23, I went with 37s and ICON lift keeping the fenders... Each has their advantage, but I prefer a fender that's intact.
I always wanted one since my parents had a TJ for a short while as kid they absolutely hated and I loved. The resale value helps as a adult to make the decision to buy one; they are more expensive then they should be.
Renting rooms has it's perks. Month to month, easily relocate and can put more towards retirement while having a nice Jeep... Can do a lot when you cut your housing expenses down drastically. Plus I am rarely home, always out.
Jeeps expensive... I work a senior blue collar position for a large employer. I should be able to afford my Rubicon and the nice 1 bedroom apartment in town on my income. That's not asking for much... My income isn't small by any means, in fact it's high for a high school drop out (I make...
I know you're trying to be funny. But there's a very noticeable difference going from stock to a lifted Jeep on 37s in high winds on the interstate... I don't think I would do it again for a daily driver. However, the gears really do help going uphill with 37s. Headwind or not, I rarely have to...
I am running am factory 4.88s on 37s with 2.5” lift. Seems like a great combination and would recommend… However, it doesn’t drive as as well under windy conditions at interstate speeds. Other then that, it’s great.
May as well throw a picture into the mix.
I don't get ducked often because I don't go out much and if I do, never parked long... Only been ducked twice, once at Jeep event and another when sitting in my Jeep at Starbucks. The rest was by family and I don't count them.
Two ducks I received from other people that I count.
Not so fun...