Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Santa Barbara, CA
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Well I can see two trains of though to pro and con. Pro it tilts and shifts it up more so it will be less proned to getting hit. Con if your departured angle is to great and you do make contact with it, it should act more like a lever due to the angle and rip the mounts out of the tailgate. As oppossed to the stock one flexing straight up and bending the tailgate. I guess I will be the one to ask if any one see the problem of still having a 35" tire and mount still just hanging off the tail gate? I mean I actually like the looks but just from having the rubi wheel and tire on the back of mine I noticed it shifted a bit. I know the JK gate is way beller than the TJ but after a few years with that much weight and wheeling I can't help to think it will flex just the same.
Jeep: 07 Wrangler X 2DR Black
Crime Guard Alarm with 2way pager, AFE CAI, DynaPro Exhuast
M.O.R.E. Body Lift, Source Co2 Tank, Stubbied Stock Front Bumper
KMC XD 795 Hoss Black 17" wheels and Maxxis Bighorn 305/70/17 tires
Every mod in the write up section.
Old Jeep: 04 Wrangler X Yellow Built To The Hilt For Three Great Years.
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