Type: Posts; User: Quinn1.8t
Don't know how I missed this thread the first time, awesome pictures. :beer: Amazing part of the country.
These are amazing.
Love it. :heart:
I think he was making a joke because it says WRANGLER in huge letters on a Land Rover :P
Whoa, check out the intake configuration:
Same deal with the new TRD Tacoma "Desert air intake." Of course legally they won't tell you that you can go through water up past the windshield, it's more of an insurance policy against...
Rear seats fold nice and flat, and everything looks plastic for easy cleaning.
Similar to how I'd spec mine... not that I'll ever be in the market :laugh:
The "Off-road Pack" ($1350) is really the only one that's needed to increase capability since it includes the rear diff...
Apparently that weird body panel is standard on the 110, but is indeed optional on the 90. :thumbup:
1900+lb payload and 8200lb towing capacity, impressive.
The base Wrangler still doesn't even come with A/C. Whoever wants a true utilitarian offroader should head to a Jeep dealer. ;)
Wow, the base model actually comes with 18" steel wheels in the US. I assumed we'd be stuck with 20"+
I've done this same exact thing a few times now. :cool:
Wow, I think I speak for everyone that this was definitely worth the effort; I'm surprised it only took three years! It definitely makes me forget about dieselgate!
Noo we miss you :heart:
"Just the noise"
Go to 1:05 to skip the ad
Only 3rd gear changed though, right?
The advantage of the JK Willys was you automatically got 3.73 axle gearing. Seems that's not the case anymore unfortunately. :thumbdown:
Also, Jeep has been all over the place with tire...
Who is this Chris Harris chap anyway?
x2, that exchange could have gone much differently