Type: Posts; User: Gitcha Sum
2018 JL Wrangler Rubicon test mule
With all the Jeep-like options this thing has, the sway bar unlock, the linked rear... it is odd that there's not a rebrand here.
Is it really so hard to...
Oh. Word. :thumbup:
Ohhh yeah baby. Lie to me. :laugh:
Man the gang is all here...
Patrick yours is not typical of the market, and I'd bet yours easily would have a 5 digit price tag.
Aside from the fact that the OP wants small, you'd have...
Oh... ****... :thumbup:
The headlight/grille to beltline height ratio exudes derp.
Yeah I guess if it worked on the 1500 why not throw it on the 2500.
I stop for chains.
Snagged up a 3 ton craftsman floor jack in good shape once.
Saw a woman's wallet one time, stopped and went back it was empty.
I got a shovel, 10 years ago, from the middle...
I love to see a good driver out on the trail.
It's worthwhile advice to evolve the vehicle as you evolve your familiarity with driving off road.
Traction > Lift
It tries to auto populate it with stuff from the same warehouse, but can't always depending what brand you pick.
Sometimes switching brands will get you everything from the same origin.
Modified e39 M5
Then you know what to do.
WJ Grand Cherokee would fit the bill.
Then you want a 99 XJ, 33x10 tires on alloys, Spartan in the front 30, 4.56 gears, rocker sliders, 3-4" lift, moderate fender clearancing, Currie steering, and as much shock as you can afford.
A 1997-1999 Cherokee that is RUST FREE is likely to give you the most bang for your buck.
A late 90s Rover might suit you well, being you're a mechanic and all.
Automatic is nicer offroad, less...