Haven't posted much in a while but I still look weekly at whats been going on lol Its about time to focus on the WK aging now that we have finished my room mates 5.9. I need more lift now he makes feel like I'm sitting stock aging.
It looks good dude. He's done exactly what I wanna do for the suspension on my ZJ. Which lift is that? Looks like the 4.5
yep its a v6 i had it sitting consitantly at 20mpg for 45 miles, also i didnt have my speedo changed yet so it might be more like at 22mpg. Just recently changed oil and airfilter and rearend gear lube. must have helped! and going 55mph...lol
2005 Jeep grand Cherokee WK 2" rough country lift 1.25 wheel spacers 255/75/17
Blue WK club #5
1987 Jeep Wrangler YJ, random leafspring budget lift ith 33s on 16s and V8 swap.
1999 Jeep Cherokee XJ --SOLD.
I just drove 400+ highway miles on 255's and I averaged over 21 mpg.
I have the 3.7 V6
I'm not sure if that has anything to do with your local geography as far as being in the mid west. I barely saw 20's even before I got a lift and larger tires. In the Piedmont region I was getting 20 highway. Post-lift on the highway, I'm pleased If I can get 17-18. EPA rating alone for them is 16-20 @ 55mph. It's definitely not impossible, but I really question any 4400lb V6 with a lift and larger tires getting 20's without CAI, exhaust, and some form of chip I never heard about - and retaining the airdam and no cargo rack or additional equipment affecting drag.