|05-03-2019 11:23 AM|
|05-03-2019 11:14 AM|
Due to their ignorance, youll spend time arguing that a lightbar and magnets to protect the paint arent wise investments. Never wheeled and wants D60s is a red flag to walk away.
|05-03-2019 10:36 AM|
|05-02-2019 08:19 AM|
Go to the Con as is...that will tell them what they need to do if they enjoy the experience.
Just tell them if they go on a Jamboree do us all a favor get a LATE start so we don't get stuck for hours behind them.
|05-02-2019 07:48 AM|
its hard to ask questions for some one that doesn't know what they want other than to go through the Rubicon.
im going to take a guess that the end game would be to keep it street-able, 37" tires, gears and air/electric lockers.
|05-02-2019 07:44 AM|
my biggest question i keep asking them is what is the end game with the jeep?? and how far do they wanna go? I'm guessing keeping it drive able to the trails. ive told them gears and lockers at minimum. they keep saying they want to fine a jeep dana 44 take out and put in it, but then the dad says maybe he will upgrade to dana 60's and give his son the 44's out of his Heep.
his father has a 2017 jeep wrangler recon edition...... has never done any rock crawling but they are going to attempt the Rubicon this summer
|05-02-2019 07:14 AM|
|caryt||Who's footing the bill?|
|05-01-2019 01:49 PM|
2015 wrangler sport Question
hey first off this is not my rig and i know just about nothing about jeeps...
so by boss's kid has a 2015 jeep wrangler sport 4x4, automatic has a AVE 4.5" lift with 35" tires on it. currently has no lockers and stock gear i believe are 3.73.
he is going to be starting college and wants to keep it a daily driver and start building it for the rocks. any recommendation as to where he should start with it.