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post #2881 of 3992 Old 05-14-2013, 07:18 PM
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What size lift/tire?

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post #2882 of 3992 Old 05-14-2013, 07:19 PM
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2.5" RK lift on 33s




2012 JKU Rubicon (Bright White)
- 5 Speed auto - 4.10 gearing- 5100 Bilstein shocks- 2.5" RK Stock Mod lift- TF front lower control arms- 16x8.5 Level 8 Tracker Wheels- 33x12.5x16 Super Swampers Boggers
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I love this!!!!

Love the colour. Throw some drab rear netting and it looks like a military vehicle

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post #2884 of 3992 Old 05-15-2013, 05:18 AM
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post #2885 of 3992 Old 05-15-2013, 06:48 AM
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The latest not-so-great driveway shot. I had to add steps for my increasingly pregnant wife! But my Rubicon rails are ready to go on when it's time to hit the trails.


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post #2886 of 3992 Old 05-15-2013, 08:29 AM
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lift and tire size

3" Poly Performance and 315/70/17 tires.
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post #2887 of 3992 Old 05-15-2013, 08:46 AM
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3" Poly Performance and 315/70/17 tires.
What side steps are those? My wife complains that it's tough to get into my JK. After 25 yrs of marriage, I've decided that it's some times best to try to appease her (after all, it was her insistence that I upgrade to the JKU from my TJ, that has me with what I'm driving today). Those look decent and might provide sufficient drop to be functional.

Also, I've resigned myself to having steps for running around on pavement and doing a swap before I go wheeling. Are they easily removed, if I want to go off road?
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post #2888 of 3992 Old 05-15-2013, 10:44 AM
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RBP side steps

http://www.topguncustomz.com/p-427-r...ide-steps.aspx

They are pretty functional. I use them to slide out when I get out as they are angled perfect. the wife likes them to step in with. Removal would not be so simple as the step is welded to the tube. and I cant remember how many bolts hold them on without looking. They are extremely sturdy!
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Hard top off... New Bestop NX on. Just in time for Go Topless Day!!!
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http://www.topguncustomz.com/p-427-r...ide-steps.aspx

They are pretty functional. I use them to slide out when I get out as they are angled perfect. the wife likes them to step in with. Removal would not be so simple as the step is welded to the tube. and I cant remember how many bolts hold them on without looking. They are extremely sturdy!
theyre great side steps for sure. I have them on my JKU also from factory. I will eventually replace them but for now they do the job. real solid, i stand on them to wash the top off and i never feel like they are gonna buckle under my weight (6'~ 200lbs)

just be careful, when its wet then are SUPER slippy.

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Running 35s with a 4" rough country lift
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Those are sweet rails!!! By far the coolest I've seen so far. What are they?

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Those are sweet rails!!! By far the coolest I've seen so far. What are they?
Rampage slimline rails. 4 wheel drive hardware
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I added a hood louver & it works great. Keeps the heat in the cab down some too.

One foot in the grave & one foot on the gas pedal!!
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post #2895 of 3992 Old 05-17-2013, 01:01 PM
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I added a hood louver & it works great. Keeps the heat in the cab down some too.
Nice ride.

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