Off-Road Adventure II on Overland Question
I'm looking to order a 2014 Overland 4x4, most likely base model. I like the wheels and tires in the ORA2 package, 18" polished aluminum, a lot more than the stock 20's. I also like the increased sidewall of the 18" tire. I'm not a rock crawler, so the skid plates are not necessary. I know I can remove them, but is there any good reason to do so, such as weight, aerodynamics, or anything else? By the way, although I'm not a serious off-roader, I do occasionally get into some crap on fire trails and back country camping roads. Opinions on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.