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  1. Rubicon with sport flares

    Looks good
  2. Rubicon with sport flares

    Thank you for sharing
  3. Rubicon with sport flares

    The only one I’ve liked so far is the Rancho build and I think it’s because I’ve only seen action shots of it, so the tires are either flexed into, or way out of, the fender well.
  4. Rubicon with sport flares

    I’d love it if you could confirm that
  5. Rubicon with sport flares

    I mentioned 2”, but my preferred lift option would be the AEV 2.5” dual sport. I know I could get a 1”-1.5” spacer lift, but I think the 4 doors really need closer to 3” I also wouldn’t want to give up the Rubicon flares, and therefore I’d keep them in storage until it’s not my DD anymore.
  6. Rubicon with sport flares

    I know, right!? Haha! The funniest part here is that I had to reread your post 3 times, because at first I thought the “JK!!!” Was your way of telling me to “just get a JK” instead of a JL
  7. Rubicon with sport flares

    To me 35’s are the right size tire for a daily driven Jeep. I think it’s cool that a Rubicon can accept 35’s without a lift, but I also think a lift is appropriate/necessary, for a 4door especially, to prevent excessive belly dragging in the Colorado mountains and Moab. But when you add a 2”...
  8. Willys Edition JL Club Thread

    What is the correlation of tire pressure and steering? This is the first I've heard of this.
  9. Colorado Adventures Continued (Punk'n JLR)

    Are you saying there's a dash panel kit that you can buy color matched to your JL? I can't find this online. Link??
  10. Colorado Adventures Continued (Punk'n JLR)

    Why the Hothead kit instead of the OEM headliner?
  11. Billet Silver JLUR in Colorado

    I'm not seeing this skid on the Rusty's website. In fact, I don't see JL items listed there at all.
  12. Clever way to protect leather from child car seats

    It's important to note that, to my knowledge, there is only 1 car seat mfg (Graco) that makes a product that can safely be put between a specific child seat, that they manufacture, and the vehicle seat surface, so this protective layer being shown, and other suggested ideas, not crash tested...
  13. Waiting for diesel?

    I plan to wait for the diesel. MPG's and torque should be well worth it.