I usually spot and my wife drives and even with the seat pumped all the way up she would always say "I can't see in front." Moved the CB off of the dash to a roof mount and next size up on the rear springs and it's crazy how much better you can see.
I agree. Shortly after purchase I added the 2" factory lift and a grill guard. The steering isnt as precise and wanders more. The install was done at the dealer so everything (I presume) was done to spec. If there are any suggestions I am all ears. I liked the ass in the air better.
I just switched from my AEV 3.5 springs which leveled my JKU to the MetalCloak 3.5 springs which gave me back the extra lift in the rear so when loaded i sit level and not dragging my ass.. much better
Not sure if this belongs here or in modified tech, so here goes. I just ordered a new pair of sliders from VKS fab that are frame mounted and can be either drilled or welded. After talking to Vick at VKS I decided to weld because I was under the impression that it would provide better overall...
I was wondering: some Wrangler JK online retailers say "with air conditioning".
Does it mean that there are two different serpentine belts? Will that one work if a Wrangler JK doesn't have A/C?
It's a bit confusing.
Engine light came on. It started to idle rough. I got code P0301. Took it to stealership since it is under the powertrain warranty and they told me it is not covered. Does anyone have any advice on where to learn on how to change fuel injectors?
Thanks in advance!
2015 JKU 44K
I have a 2014 automatic unlimited rubicon with a teraflex 3" full 8 flexarm lift kit, 35" tires and I am going to install Yukon 4.88 R&P.
Should I install a transmission cooler. I have been reading some threads regarding an over heating problem. And if so, any recommendations?
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