There comes a time in every generation where racial inequality sweeps the forum. This time has finally come. Now we are engaged in a great civil war. I'm not saying I didn't start the war but I definitely did not provoke it but because of this we must do something to end this inequality once and for all. Our current attempts to keep the "others" subdued have worked but now we must try even harder to stay on top. They might have numbers on their side but we have organization, loyalty, and most importantly, pics. So, my khaki brethren, it is time to fight for what is ours. It is time to load your cameras, pack your gear, and hit your favorite wheeling spots. It is time to fight JPEG with JPEG and crush our opposition. I believe we can and will win this war, so who's with me?
P.S. Our mess hall has an all you can eat bacon bar
'05 WK 3.7L | OME MD lift | 255/75/17 BFG M/Ts | 20" LED Light Bar
Khaki WK Club Member #1
As long as ur khaki... and it shouldn't make ur head hurt at all... if you want more clearance superior engineering, and improoved reserved onroad ability... why not go OME.
Yepper. Definitely khaki here. So it's funny that you reply because I really like how your jeep looks and I'm kind of using that as the model for what I do to mine. Everything seems to keep pointing me to the OME, so i'll probably end up going that route.
So it's possible to go with the bigger tires first and add the lift later when I get the money together for it? I read the sticky post and if I understand it correctly all I'd need is spacers initially. I figured I'd just keep the factory rims, though I'll end up painting them. I was reading a thread on jkowners.com and a guy there used duplicolor bed liner on his rims and they came out looking pretty good. (The roommate has a lifted JK and he's been sending me links to all sorts of stuff to look at)
Yepper. Definitely khaki here. So it's funny that you reply because I really like how your jeep looks and I'm kind of using that as the model for what I do to mine.
You can get bigger tires if you want. I did the lift and tires all as one upgrade, So I can't really comment on that approach. I know people do it, and there is so much discrepancy as to what can REALLY fit and not rub, with or without spacers with respect to the tread pattern and type... It can be a gamble without the lift.