Took it out with the local Jeep group and did some back road wandering... Everyone paused for a group shot at one of the water crossings.
One of these things is not like the others:
Wouldnt it be TWO of these things? I see a WK and an XJ in there.
Wish I had a local jeep group...
Originally Posted by Clirry
Finally got rid of one stupid wheel stud.. It was pain in the ***! But, as long it got it out and gotta put new stud with lugnut... One big question here, how the heck can i install new stud? Do I have to use 36mm to remove center hub?
Theyre press fit. On the few that I've replaced i simply put the stud in, put a lug nut on the stud, and hit it with the impact gun until the lug pulls the stud thru. The brake disc could give you some extra spacer if you need it. Wouldnt use aluminum wheels for it tho, or those gorilla lugs. If you dont have these things a local shop should be able to zip one on for you pretty quick.
No matter what rig you're in - Wranglers always outnumber.
In my off road group in Colorado it's pretty mixed. One trip I went up and there were 2 WKs a couple ZJs a couple XJs a really sick WJ and 2 wranglers. Out of all of them the WJ, one of the XJs and one of the wranglers were pretty much tied up for most capable. I only have a pic of the WJ but the flex this thing had was by far the best of the 3. He didn't have lockers but he didn't need them. All 3 were running 35s
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