I was one of the guys who has said "I can't believe where you've taken that today" This qualifies as a sleeper rig in my opinion....
I agree with Idaho. J-mox definitely seems like a pretty good sleeper. Of course also any 'rubicon' would sorta be also because they can go almost anywhere stock. But I also like J-Mox's because I'm building mine similar with keeping everything painted to match and kept factory looking because they look good stock so why try to change that much?
Also reading his sig, locked front, lsd rear, flat belly skid- all under a Wrangler X, on 31's. Very sweet sleeper and probably still a GREAT daily driver. Of course I'm surprised there's not some more cherokee's in here. My brothers old 97 xj on a 3" OME and 31" bfg at's was rediculously impressive offroad. It was open front and rear but on some of the trails we run my TJ on 33's open struggled more on some ledges than his did. It walked around all the trails leading the group with tj's on 35's and 33's and got past some parts a SAS liberty on 36's couldn't make it over.
Thanks guys for the kind words!
2004 Wrangler X, 6-cylinder, 5-speed, Dana 30 w/ARB, Alloy USA front shafts, Dana 35, 2" BB, 1" BL, OME shocks, Brown Dog MML, UCF Ultra High-Clearance Skid, Lo-Pro Mount, SYE, Pro Comp Adj. Control Arms, Savvy Gas Tank skid, JKS Quick Disconnects, Rock Hard Sliders, 31" BF Goodrich KM2's on Ravine wheels, Hard Top, Bestop Soft-top, Bestop Safari Top
2010 Moab Trip Thread with JeepForum Members
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Dont hate on the guy that keeps his Jeep clean....
Hate on the guy that doesn't get his Jeep dirty....