A Rubicon or any other vehicle should be bought for whatever reason anyone wants to buy them. If people worried more about what they do and buy instead of what everyone else does, they'd be a lot happier. Comical as all hell.A Rubicon should be bought for function, not looks. It’s really easy to make a Sport or Sahara look how you want. It’s a lot harder/more expensive to make them function like a Rubicon between the 44 up front/sway bar/lockers/4.10s/fitting 35s stock.
Here’s a picture of my Sport S with 285-70-17 tires. Since then I’ve changed the emblems to black. Looks great and rides perfectly for my needs, I couldn’t be happier. I’m sure I would’ve been happy with a Rubicon, but I would’ve been too content with how it is out of the factory rather than do exactly what I want. In a few years I’ll regear to 4.56 or 4.88 and get larger Duratracs.
Idk, i have rubi tires and still get decent mpg. The rubi is quite a bit heavier than sport and the gears makes a difference as well.
No, no, no. That’s not what he’s saying. (Let’s play the equivalency game)So everyone in here getting mad at the OP for being a poser and only wanting a Rubicon for the looks (blah, blah, blah) better get mad at every Corvette owner for never taking their car to the tracks.
And post like this are the reason why so many people with less than a dozen post, never return. Because as soon as they post something that the majority may not agree with, they get put on blast. It's not even worth saying because you're not going to listen, but you're not obligated to post that you're triggered about this guys ridiculous idea/post. You can just skip over the reply box and move on. But I forgot, this is the internet where everyone has to belittle anyone with a different opinion and constructive conversations are a thing for Neanderthals.No, no, no. That’s not what he’s saying. (Let’s play the equivalency game)
You flat out said a Rubicon should be bought for this and not that....maybe you should work on your reading skills, Alice.Of course anybody could buy what they want for whatever reason. Likewise, I and others could laugh at those who wasted $5000 they could’ve used on other upgrades or saved. The cosmetic upgrades on a Rubicon are sure as hell not worth $5000 alone. It’s comical for you to say to worry about what people do individually when my post was entirely in support of what the OP was saying they plan to do. Reading comprehension goes a long way, but judging by your 2 other douche comments you’re just a troll wasting time.
“Should” does not mean “you must”.. Just cause you can does not mean you should. Again, reading comprehension goes a long way, but you’re clearly lacking in that regard.You flat out said a Rubicon should be bought for this and not that....maybe you should work on your reading skills, Alice.
My implication was that you should buy a vehicle for function, not appearance. My post was abundantly clear on that and anybody who isn’t a complete idiot would agree. In fact, the OP you’re defending agrees with that by admitting getting a Rubi was a mistake since they didn’t need any of the functions. Again, should does not mean you must, but you’re too stupid to understand basic English.Dear Lord. We both know your implications. You and the other ass hat worried about what everyone else does with their vehicles....laughable. Again.....work on your reading comprehension before you start suggesting it for others.