I think it looks pretty cool.... I say make it the way you want to that’s what makes us all different.
Absolutely! Although I'm into off-roading myself, I get very tired of all the folks who insist that you must be a hard-core off-roader in order to buy and customize a Rubicon!Do your truck the way you want to...I dont ashere to “your” rules...I make my own...
What did you Do with your stock Rubi wheels and tires?Here is project “Mall Crawler”....2018 Jeep JLU full loaded with 22x14 in American Trux and 22x13.5 AMP Mud Terrain Tires...Go Rhino spare tire relocator, Rough Country (Ill never rock climb ot it so no need in spendimg $1500)...2.5 Spacer lift goes on this weekend...I had to take the front bumper extentions off and I still get rub a little before full turn...People have been going crazy about this truck and I love it...
Do your truck the way you want to...I dont ashere to “your” rules...I make my own...
Absolutley...You are...And I’m cool with that...I would hate everyone to have the same Jeep as me. I love lots of Jeeps i would never own myself.
I just think what you did to your Jeep is awful. I'm entitled.
I will it looks good but I don’t like the ride with the rough country so it’s coming out...I just gotta figure out what’s going in it and I’m gonna go a little taller...I’m still getting a little rub on the rock sliders at full lock...It’s not bad but I don’t want any rub plus the rock sliders are coming off and a motorized AMP research (I hope) power step is going in...Looks good, post up some pics when the lift is on.
You know...It’s just shows that people always think that their way is the right way or only way....IM LAUGHUNG SO HARD...I’m like dude, your wife is ugly as fuck, so you’re telling me that my wife should look like yours too.......Fuck outta here......Absolutely! Although I'm into off-roading myself, I get very tired of all the folks who insist that you must be a hard-core off-roader in order to buy and customize a Rubicon!
LOL!Congratulations. That is just awful.
But it ain't my Jeep so enjoy it!
I have seen plenty of lowered Jeeps out racing on a frozen lake here in the mountains. Not anything new, but CJs and YJs. They look ridiculous but I guess they are functional if you are into ice racing, which I am not.LOL!
To each his own!!! Not my style but then again, not my ride. Whatever floats your boat! I'm waiting to see if anyone lowers one, I don't even know if that's possible. If I see that I may go over and pee on it but only if no one is looking.
A spacer lift shouldn't affect your ride quality. Did you drive it stock much before install to compare? It may not have been done properly. With those tires though, you're probably going to need more lift anyway. I'm not sure how much you should expect as far as ride quality goes with a ridiculous vehicle like this. Wrangler's are rough as hell from the get-go.Yeah, you know I appreciate to love...And some people love to hate...It doesn’t bother me a bit...The funny thing is I went to an off-road Jeep event where we were allowed to text these vehicles (a very amateur setting) but we were all blown away with the abilities of these trucks...I will be taking it off road but nothing that will really challenge/damage the truck...I have since add the rough country 2.5 in lift and I’m trying to figure out how to mount this big ass spare the Go Rhino spacer is for a traditional rim not a rim with 3in of negative backspacing...I love the look of the lift but not the ride...It’s looking like I’ll be buying something much more expensive......This is why I should’ve never started with this jeep...
Have to agree with @JusADudefromDetroit on this one: that's plenty of sidewall to get over curbs at the mall. Once he gets the lift on there, I'll bet he can tackle the toughest malls Detroit has to offer!Tire size is not an indication of sidewall size when your wheels are large enough to get curb rash