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post #136 of 190 Old 01-13-2016, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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My Low Pro mount added a bit more vibe at idle. I'm used to it now, so it doesn't bother me. How about you?
Yeah, I get a little more vibration but not enough to to bother me. I really only notice it while stopped at lights or when I first start it in the morning.


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Whats that rubber stuff on your d-rings?
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They quiet down the D rings from banging on the bumper whilst driving.

So, you've got your rig setup pretty darn nice for doing some serious wheeling. Is there any good wheeling to be had in Florida?

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So, you've got your rig setup pretty darn nice for doing some serious wheeling. Is there any good wheeling to be had in Florida?
From where I live most places you have to drive about 30-60min depending on what you want to do. I have been to The Park at Wildwood in Wildwood Fl a few times, its nice. But I'm limited to some things there, without lockers I just spin my tires on some things. I am 100% going to be doing axles but just don't know when. Every time I save money I end up spending it on other things. Oh well, that's life

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-5 Spidertrax 1.25'' Wheel adapters 5x4.5 to 5x5, Part Number WHS-013
-5 GunMetal Gray Quadratec Rubicon Xtreme Alloy Wheels 17x9 Size with 5x5" Bolt Pattern & 4.75" Backspacing, Part Number 92615.2315
-5 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T 315/70R17, Part Number 205-940
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Nice! I like those wheels!

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What kind of carrier you got there? Can't be stock holding that massive tire?


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What kind of carrier you for? Can't be stock holding that massive tire?


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It's the Bestop Highrock 4x4 Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier. According to the directions and advertisement it can hold up to a 40" tire

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It's the Bestop Highrock 4x4 Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier. According to the directions and advertisement it can hold up to a 40" tire

That isn't a swing out is it? Mounts to the stock location and onto the rear roll bar, correct? If so, how do you like it?


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That isn't a swing out is it? Mounts to the stock location and onto the rear roll bar, correct? If so, how do you like it?


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It's a rear bumper with swing out tire carrier. There is a mount or bracket that attaches to the rear door so it swings with the rear door.

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A few days ago I installed the Savvy TJ Taillights, License Plate Relocator, black LED license plate light, and LED turn signal relay. I did tape off and paint part of the license plate light because I only wanted the light pattern to go down. I have seen many people just bolt the license plate to the tub, but I wanted to do something different.
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Looks good! I was wondering if the Savvy lights would work with the CB mount. Looks like it does.

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Looks good! I was wondering if the Savvy lights would work with the CB mount. Looks like it does.
My CB antenna mount has a carriage bolt that was in the way, but I fixed that with a Dremel and cut part of the head off. Also the CB mount dose space it out from the tub, but not real noticeable.

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-5 Spidertrax 1.25'' Wheel adapters 5x4.5 to 5x5, Part Number WHS-013
-5 GunMetal Gray Quadratec Rubicon Xtreme Alloy Wheels 17x9 Size with 5x5" Bolt Pattern & 4.75" Backspacing, Part Number 92615.2315
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Wheels look great! Look like the newer better version of my Moabs

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