No lift. These are 0 offset. I am adding rubicon springs and 1”/1/2” spacers next week.Looks awesome!
Do you have any lift or wheel spacers? My Willys is supposed to arrive on the 20th so I’m trying to get a feel for tires/wheels stock vs. lift. TIA for any info you can provide.
As for how it drives, I drove to work today but don’t live far so I didn’t really notice anything different from the stock setup but I’ll drive around town tomorrow and see if I notice anything different. But first drive, honestly couldn’t really tell. For me it was needed to get rid of those shock extenders for the skids.How does the Jeep drive with new shocks comparatively?
How hard were the LCA skids to install?
I looked into those but I guess for me it was the budget. These were $100 each and got a military discount at 4wheel parts. I wasn’t really looking for performance, I don’t mind my stock shocks, just needed longer ones to get rid of the shock extenders for my LCA skids. With the short drive I’ve done so far, it didn’t seem different much at all but I’m sure with a bit of driving I may notice some difference.x2 Did you look at any other options like Fox, King, Rancho, etc.? Not sure how "performance" I want to go and I hear good things about the Rancho 9000s but also that they are less high performance. Speculative though so real world is best
If you go with a ceramic tint it does really well with matching the rear windows without having to be to low of a percent. In NC you can only get 35 and be legal. With the ceramic the 35 almost matches factory tint of the rear windows on my jeep. I’m sure 25 would do really well.Looks good. I wish in TX could go that dark on the front door windows. I believe 25% is the most…at least legally. Especially as hot as it gets around here
Not much. Didn't weigh it but maybe 15 pounds. I did full coverage and didn't use a full box.how much weight do you think that Kill mat added to the top? That damn thing is heavy enough already.