The 5th wheel was damaged in shipment & sent back for replacement. One lonely tire sitting the garage waiting for a home. Only the 4 30x9.5x15s to keep it company.
Oh wait, there are the 4 motorcycles, bmx, mountain & road bikes too. Oh and can't forget the lil' Jeeper's battery operated Lightning McQueen! Sounds like a garage party to me! No wonder it's my favorite part of the house. Can you believe the wife asks me why I spend so much time out there?
I tried last night but for some reason as soon as I "submit reply," my browser screen goes blank and says "DONE" at the bottom. If I refresh it still says done. If I go back, it takes me back to the previous window. I've tried changing settings but it still ain't happening. This is the only site I have problems with at home. Hmm...
Skyjacker 2" BB:
Kit did NOT come with mounting hardware. Have to use the same old rusty bolts you pull out of the Jeep. Unless, like me, most of them snap off and stay in the frame! Anti-sieze is a great thing if you live in the Union states. If you don't use it, you should!
Instructions were as useless as any other photocopied instructions. Hint to manufacturers; if you're gonna use photocopied instructions, don't just use a picture, convert it to a "halftone" image like in the good ol' days. Makes the images clearer. An internet search found me some really good instructions with pictures.
Goodyear DuraTrac 285 75 R16s
I posted a funny thread about my ordeal ordering these suckers. Maybe later I'll figure out how to link it here. The title is C Load or E Load.
Cragar 342 16x7.5" wheels. Gotta pay $10 bucks each for center caps? Who you crappin?
Today is the first day I've driven it to work. So far, it seems the same. I noticed the spring angles changed a bit with the lift so I'm curious to see how it feels after a couple weeks when the springs seat themselves in their "natural" position.
And the tires are QUIET! I loved my BFG MTs on my F150 but you could hear the truck coming down the street half a mile away! I can't wait to get these DuraTracs muddy to see how they handle.