I believe it. Although I've never had the lugs off my JK (been letting the dealer do that), both my CJ and my TJ have a lot of wiggle room, certainly more than a millimeter.Regarding the size increase of the wheel lugs, Motortrend claims old wheels will still bolt up.
I understand and like the red accents that go with a high-end Rubicon, but I can't decide if that dash is either too much red, or the wrong shade of red. Regardless, it just isn't right.Looking at the red dash in that. Dear Lord that's ugly.
LolI understand and like the red accents that go with a high-end Rubicon, but I can't decide if that dash is either too much red, or the wrong shade of red. Regardless, it just isn't right.
I did see two guys who looked around 6’ setting in the front seats, it looked like they had lots of head room.I bet, did you see anyone tall sitting in it perchance? wondering about head room side to side hitting plastic crap on sports bars etc
Anyone notice the Sahara and Sport both do NOT have vented hoods, while the Rubicon has one similar to the MOPAR/AEV hood? Where is the other vented hood we have seen? Like in the New Zealand photos?
Seems to be based on Engine options for the Rubi, so one style AEV for 3.6L and the other style, flat mesh, for the 2.0L based on interior photos of those NZ Wranglers.
So appears two styles of hood vents for Rubicons and Special Editions only.
He said there were skid plates, but I didn't see that many underneath there.OK, so it appear perhaps our assumptions about Hood Vent choice between Mesh and Louvres based on engine type doesn’t fully play out.
While we saw the Mesh on the 2.0L Turbo in NZ, this recent pre-reveal video by TFL clearly shows Roman driving a Rubicon Turbo and it has the Louvres... soooo..... dunno how the tpye is determined after all I guess.
Weirdly also, looking at that video, it looks like the test vehicle they provided TFL had sound/heat insulation under the hood which appears to block the vent (you can see the indent of the vent on the underside and also a quarter size hole of light under the fabric where the vent is). Kinda odd, but likely to help with reviewer impressions of NVH of either the JL itself or the new engine.
He said underbody protection in the section before the underbody shot.He said there were skid plates, but I didn't see that many underneath there.