Could be, but likely an MT tyre like the KM2 is on the Rubicon. The KO2s have appeared more in the Sahara-based special editions.I hope those KO2s are an option on the Rubi.
That is what I would like to know as well. They blacked-out almost 1/4 of the viewing area. The front window is similar. I don;t get it - I would love to have that visibility.I I think they've done a great job.
But I have one niggling complaint: why is the back window framed? Is it just opaque camouflage or is the rear window really bordered like that? Look again, that bordering will create an unnecessary blind spots...
It seems too silly. That's got to be camouflage... Right?
Also, I thought they were intending a rear window that would fold flat on top of the roof. Does that rear glass hinge look capable of that?
I don't mind them. They are good for when a winch is installed. I'd probably like them on both the grille and fenders. Mine will get a winch quickly, especially if a winch ready bumper is offered on the Rubi.I can se the aftermarket already gearing up to put the turn signals back into the grille. I don't like tha change of turn signals into the fenders at all! There was a reason Jeep didn't put them there in the first place.
This one does have the vented hood, though. That's the only thing throwing me offThat looks like a basic Rubicon. The standard Rubi doesn't have red hooks, and currently doesn't have hood vents or the steel bumpers either, so the red one in the picture is probably just a regular Rubi. But it does have the Red Rubi shocks.
That is great, but i wanted to put an aftermarket bumper in the back...so i am not sure where i'll put the licence plate now.Love the integrated license plate holder in the cumper rather than the side mounted plastic one that projected out and people kept bumpin on stuff.