What modifications are you planning for your 392?

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Interesting. The reduced hidden trey space the 392 has is perfectly shaped to fit the Mopar Jack Base. Glad I went Mopar and not AEV here.
Nice to know. I have an AEV jack base for my 2018 Rubicon that will now be a door stop.





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I got Nitto Trail Grapplers in 35x11.50R17 put on (no spacers, all stock). I really like it. Pictures don’t do it justice. I feel like this is how this Jeep should have came stock. But here’s a few.
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If it looks tilted, the driveway is a bit slanted.
 
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I got Nitto Trail Grapplers in 35x11.50R17 put on (no spacers, all stock). I really like it. Pictures don’t do it justice. I feel like this is how this Jeep should have came stock. But here’s a few.
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If it looks tilted, the driveway is a bit slanted.
Beautiful. 35s are all this thing really needs. It’s already doing 6/10 rated trails at Moab on stock 33s.
Beautiful 392
 

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I got Nitto Trail Grapplers in 35x11.50R17 put on (no spacers, all stock). I really like it. Pictures don’t do it justice. I feel like this is how this Jeep should have came stock. But here’s a few.
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If it looks tilted, the driveway is a bit slanted.
Looks great Ben! Would love your feedback on the Trail Grapplers versus stock K02's if/when you've spent some seat time with them. (ride, road noise, etc.)
 

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I'd be sure to install at least two redundant satellite tracking security systems so that you can tell where in Mexico or Central America the cartel boys take it.
 

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When mine comes in I'll put 35s on the beadlock. Hoping a skidplate comes out for the oil pan.
Maybe get some Mopar 60's with 4.88 and 37s on Power Wagon beadlocks. Going for a factory look.
 

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Can someone suggest brand and model of tires that I can use on the standard 392 rims without having to modify the car much. I also don’t have the reinforced tailgate so prefer to stay with 34 inch tires but want wider tires than the pizza cutters it came with.
Toyo AT III 285/75/17 load range C, just over 60lbs, 34” tall 11” wide.
 

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Put on 35/12.5 KM3 today. At 36 psi cold they ride phenomenally but the jeep is a bit slower. Might air them up to 45 and see how she feels. I’d rather have a smooth ride than a fast Jeep on what feels like casters. I need a Speedo correction too.
I guess Tazer is the way to go?
 

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Put on 35/12.5 KM3 today. At 36 psi cold they ride phenomenally but the jeep is a bit slower. Might air them up to 45 and see how she feels. I’d rather have a smooth ride than a fast Jeep on what feels like casters. I need a Speedo correction too.
I guess Tazer is the way to go?
If you’re only looking to correct speedo, try the AEV Speedo correction unit. A bit cheaper than the Tazer with less additional functions though.
 

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Got a few things done to it.
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Looks great! Congrats. I hate to ask but I’m deep into deciding on wheels/tires....what wheel specs and tires are you running? Wheel offset? Any suspension modifications? Are those LP6s?
 

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Stock wheels (I really like the stock wheels). 1.75 spacers. 37" Toyo MTs. LP6s. Had LP9s on it but they were a little too big. No suspension mods. Stock. No rubbing. Rides great.

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No rubbing.
Have you flexed the suspension yet? When I did with my 35s, I barely had clearance in the rear. I couldn't imagine true 37s fitting in there without rubbing while being stuffed up in the wheel well. But maybe spacers make more of a difference in the rear than I realize.
 

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Have you flexed the suspension yet? When I did with my 35s, I barely had clearance in the rear. I couldn't imagine true 37s fitting in there without rubbing while being stuffed up in the wheel well. But maybe spacers make more of a difference in the rear than I realize.

Yes I have flexed it to stops. It did touch the rear just a slight bit, but a heat gun fixed that. That is the first place they touch. The spacers make all the difference.

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