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03-25-2020 11:57 AM
Jasonoff It has been about 16 years but I am back in the Jeep family.

2017 GC Trailhawk with the 5.7. The C63 is currently being completely gutted and will be towed to/from the track by the new addition.
03-18-2020 04:01 PM
1990JEEPXJ Bought a 2016 WK2 Overland Ecodiesel with the High Altitude package. Pretty much fully loaded. Had about 54k on it when we got it and is up to 60k now and havenít had one issue yet. Averaging 26-27mpg.
03-08-2020 07:12 PM
cjmean01 Put some new shoes on this weekend and found a nice spot for a picture.
03-01-2020 09:59 AM
Triss
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Originally Posted by ColdCase View Post
Just a reminder, after a day on the trail, check the rear liner near the fuel fill tube.
I've found with mine that the fill tube wasn't pushed right into the bottom hose from factory, Sorted that out and gained aprox 1/2 or more of clearance in that area which for now seems to of stopped any rubbing i had.
02-29-2020 03:50 PM
ColdCase Just a reminder, after a day on the trail, check the rear liner near the fuel fill tube.
02-29-2020 03:45 PM
Whit
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Originally Posted by madmaxwell87 View Post
Any rubbing and/or pinch weld mod done? My wheels have too little offset to work with that size tire because it hits the pinch weld. Also welcome from another east bayer.

Only slight rubbing on the felt liner but that's an easy.
02-28-2020 11:07 AM
madmaxwell87
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Originally Posted by Whit View Post
Finally got new tires installed and ready for photos. Think I got this setup how I want it now but still want to install an x-pipe. I know the KO2's are great tires and load range E but that's what I wanted since I'll be hitting some good trails after the snow melts.
Any rubbing and/or pinch weld mod done? My wheels have too little offset to work with that size tire because it hits the pinch weld. Also welcome from another east bayer.
02-28-2020 08:23 AM
Egodriver71
02-27-2020 07:32 PM
Whit
My 2011 Laredo X

Finally got new tires installed and ready for photos. Think I got this setup how I want it now but still want to install an x-pipe. I know the KO2's are great tires and load range E but that's what I wanted since I'll be hitting some good trails after the snow melts.
02-27-2020 08:19 AM
Egodriver71
02-26-2020 10:49 AM
madmaxwell87
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Originally Posted by jjmagoo View Post
How do you like the positioning of that light bar? Obviously looks super sleek and it's nice that it's hidden, but curious about how much of an impact it has.
I think of it as more of a super powerful fog light. The throw and spread is great but the upper cutoff is pretty bad. It's designed for 11-20 and the 14+ bumpers don't have the same bumper set up over the bar so it's better for them.
02-24-2020 03:24 PM
jjmagoo How do you like the positioning of that light bar? Obviously looks super sleek and it's nice that it's hidden, but curious about how much of an impact it has.
02-24-2020 11:55 AM
madmaxwell87 Spring wash and a new look- Quadralift to OME 2.5" lift, Roughcountry light bar, Chief products tow points and front skidplate, Mopar transfercase skidplate, blacking out all the chrome. Ready for the roadtrip to the Mint 400
02-22-2020 02:28 PM
tommelch What did you replace the front bumper with?
Looks great!
02-20-2020 06:19 AM
w6pea
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Originally Posted by Emichael View Post
First Jeep. First new vehicle purchase. Will be my wife's daily driver to replace a 1998 Chevy Blazer ZR2 which was totaled while parked. Chevy's are in the blood, but they left this market a few years back, with their only offerings being the Tahoe and Burb (too big).

No mods, just some minor bling. Mud flaps, rear cargo mat & security cover. Tinted front windows.

Surprisingly tough to find 5.7 Trailhawks with color. Most are black. Many are gray/silver/white. Few are this velvet red, blue, or green. Very rare are the bright red. I found none in the Pacific NW, all were in California/Nevada. The local Portland, OR dealer told me he hates red because they sit for 6-months before being discounted to sell, but he can sell gray & silver all day long. This "velvet red" color is really growing on me. At first I thought the bright red was better, but this has a hint more upscale to it.

Outside Sprague, WA. A mile off I-90. Had to stop and take a picture on the drive home. Suspension set to the 'high' setting. Barely 200 miles on the odometer.
my wife and I had a 2016 JGC same colors yours. It was stolen we looked for weeks and finally found a red one in Texas, didn't want to go there to get it or pay to have it transferred here to San Diego, so we settled on the black one we have .
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