Mine’s going on a diet its too heavyNeurotic here for sure. on another note what size tire are people going to throw on their 392 BEFORE any upgrades? I Think I'm going to go with a 35's for a few reasons. first reason, I'm planning on putting a large down payment and will have limited funds for upgrades for a while. That being said I plan on hitting the trails immediately and don't want to be paying for any massive repairs while paying this bad boy down. I'm currently in Washington and plan on moving back to Colorado so I'm looking at Toyo's open country AT III, Falken wildpeaks or Duratracs in that order. What do some of you guys plan on putting on your 392?
Rock Hard 4x4 Aluminum Stubby front bumper and I will not be running a winch with this build. If i get in trouble that’s what friends are for.
Rusty 4x4 spare tire delete. I’ll throw my spare in the back when i do any hard wheeling or when it’s required.
37” BFG KMO2. No heavy mud terrains for this build. The 37“ KMO2 are more like a big 36” tire plus the lightest 37” off road tire out there easier on those axles.
If wheel spacers are required to run the stock mopar wheels then adios will be running Teraflex Nomads it a lighter wheel anyway.
I might just want to lift the wheel clearance a little higher if so i will be installing https://teraflex.com/shop_items/jlu...lift-no-shocks?vehicle=JLU Wrangler Unlimited
It really depends on the wheel clearance especially concerning the rear fender/bumper and depending on how big the rear stock bump stops are.
Eventually I will be putting a full new off road suspension just depends on who manufactures one, in the meantime I’m going to get my moneys worth the stock suspension.