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Old 07-13-2013, 11:36 AM   #691
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Has anyone reversed the stock tires to hide the white letters on the inside? I absolutely love the rims and am picking up a brand new set today but I dot know much about the KM2's.
Yep! The shop charges my $60 to flip em.


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Are the stock tires as bad as people say they are in the snow?

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Are the stock tires as bad as people say they are in the snow?
Since these delivered in April and later, most of us have no experience yet. The one or two that did reported they were better than expected (low to start), so overall, not too bad. If someone has a preferred, reasonably-priced Winter tire, I'd love to hear about it. I've considered keeping the stock rims to run a smaller/more Winter friendly tire after I go to lift and 35s, but haven't seen a string opinion as yet. Thoughts?
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Anytone else just walk out in the garage and look at your Rubi and think - Holy Sh%&! I own a 10A Rubicon?
Well, maybe not those exact words, but ... Yes. Every single day.
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Hey - for the folks in the PA area - I put a post on the 10A main thread about some offroad classes at Rausch Creek - a few of us went up a number of weeks ago and had a blast...

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/201...ml#post3962045
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That's a sweet setup you have there. Did the tire carrier just bolt on to the frame? I see my bumper has a plastic plug that looks like the carrier is supposed to go through. Is that correct and was it easy to install?
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Thanks! Make sure to post pics of your rig! The AEV tire carrier fits right in the bumper. The bumper was made specifically for the AEV tire carrier as an accessory. Had all the work done by an AEV dealer (Keene CDJ in NH - great guys). Install guy said having hole already in bumper made the install a breeze.
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On the aev tire carrier, do you have the option to open just the tire or open it at one with the gate? I like the idea of not having to open it separately every time, but it would be nice to just swing the carrier away when washing. Thanks.
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Old 07-15-2013, 08:13 AM   #698
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On the aev tire carrier, do you have the option to open just the tire or open it at one with the gate? I like the idea of not having to open it separately every time, but it would be nice to just swing the carrier away when washing. Thanks.
you wash behind the carrier?....

I do think the aev carrier can be disconnected to swing separate. at least from what ive read and seen. I really like aev products and I don't like TF too much. But the HD hinge with adjustable tire carrier is really awesome. On 10a bumpers you can run a AEV wheel with 35s on the lowest setting.
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Thanks! Make sure to post pics of your rig! The AEV tire carrier fits right in the bumper. The bumper was made specifically for the AEV tire carrier as an accessory. Had all the work done by an AEV dealer (Keene CDJ in NH - great guys). Install guy said having hole already in bumper made the install a breeze.
Is there a specific model for the 10A? Thanks.
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Old 07-15-2013, 12:45 PM   #701
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Is there a specific model for the 10A? Thanks.

Nope, AEV carrier fits stock rear bumper on all 07-13 JK's.
Sorry guys, got a little off track. I realize this is the Porn Thread.
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Well she finally arrived after 3 months of waiting! My first "real" jeep and I couldn't be more excited been amazing reading all the amazing things on this forum, can't wait to start adding my own touch!
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Trail to Kirwin, WY. One of three river crossings.
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:33 AM   #704
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Thanks! Make sure to post pics of your rig! The AEV tire carrier fits right in the bumper. The bumper was made specifically for the AEV tire carrier as an accessory. Had all the work done by an AEV dealer (Keene CDJ in NH - great guys). Install guy said having hole already in bumper made the install a breeze.
That's good to know. I really like the aev carrier. Ill get some pics up when my dealer gets the lift and wheels on. The wait is a killer.
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Old 07-16-2013, 02:42 PM   #705
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Trail to Kirwin, WY. One of three river crossings.
Hey I am here in Montana. Maybe we can set up some meets with other 10A owners. How far are you from Billings?
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Well she finally arrived after 3 months of waiting! My first "real" jeep and I couldn't be more excited been amazing reading all the amazing things on this forum, can't wait to start adding my own touch!
Welcome! Enjoy.
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Hey I am here in Montana. Maybe we can set up some meets with other 10A owners. How far are you from Billings?
Three hours. We trip there often.
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Three hours. We trip there often.
Sweet. Let me know when you go next time. Would like to do more wheeling.
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So you know what's going on Friday !'


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Very nice - just got my delivery from Maximus 3 today as well.... planning on installing the winch on Thursday / Friday plus on board air compressor, HotHeads, grill guard, and hopefully backup camera - no idea if I'll get it all done in those two days.... JW Speaker lights might make it here by Friday as well.. and ordered my River Raider full skid system... Jeep is getting more expensive by the day....
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Here are some pictures of my new anvil rubicon. Flew in and bought her sight unseen just before the dealership closed Friday night, then drove her the 2,000+ miles back to my home well above the arctic circle. (I drove past snow and ice). Took her offroading in the northern Rockies. We will see how she deals with the arctic weather. And if I can find someone good to replace my windshield. The last 500 miles were dirt and gravel roads so she smashed.
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Here are some pictures of my new anvil rubicon. Flew in and bought her sight unseen just before the dealership closed Friday night, then drove her the 2,000+ miles back to my home well above the arctic circle. (I drove past snow and ice). Took her offroading in the northern Rockies. We will see how she deals with the arctic weather. And if I can find someone good to replace my windshield. The last 500 miles were dirt and gravel roads so she smashed.

Well congrats on your 10A and that was some drive.
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Here are some pictures of my new anvil rubicon. Flew in and bought her sight unseen just before the dealership closed Friday night, then drove her the 2,000+ miles back to my home well above the arctic circle. (I drove past snow and ice). Took her offroading in the northern Rockies. We will see how she deals with the arctic weather. And if I can find someone good to replace my windshield. The last 500 miles were dirt and gravel roads so she smashed.
Wow that's some initial drive - looks great and hopefully it drives great for you
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Old 07-20-2013, 12:12 AM   #714
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Thanks for all the info, Pulled the trigger and feeling good about it!!
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Thanks for all the info, Pulled the trigger and feeling good about it!!
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Looks real good.
Got any pics down the side to see how far (if anything) those wheels stick out?
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I recently took the 101 course at Rausch Creek. I highly recommend this class; I learned more in the 6 hours of that class then all my previous offroading experience combined. Kyle is an excellent instructor and he shows you exactly what your vehicle is capable of doing.

Since I had to schedule a time between work functions, it wound up being a private class during the week. Unfortunately, that made it difficult to take pictures; the only ones I could get were ones where I was stopped waiting for Kyle to clear an obstacle before I ventured in. Secondly, due to a oscillating combination of awe and nervousness, I did not get pictures of some of the harder stuff.

Since it was just he and I, at the end of the day, we actually wound up doing the Crawler Ridge trail. Granted, we skipped the really hard stuff on the "9" end of the trail, but we did go down a rather steep rock hill with some rather larger boulders. Looking at it, I had no idea how I was going to drive down it, but he spotted me the whole way down, and other than hearing a skid plate and a large rock in a punching match (as a result of me coming down a the other side of a large boulder a little too quickly), I made it down without any damage.
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That looks very interesting
Planning to make my way down there too
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I recently took the 101 course at Rausch Creek. I highly recommend this class; I learned more in the 6 hours of that class then all my previous offroading experience combined. Kyle is an excellent instructor and he shows you exactly what your vehicle is capable of doing.

Since I had to schedule a time between work functions, it wound up being a private class during the week. Unfortunately, that made it difficult to take pictures; the only ones I could get were ones where I was stopped waiting for Kyle to clear an obstacle before I ventured in. Secondly, due to a oscillating combination of awe and nervousness, I did not get pictures of some of the harder stuff.

Since it was just he and I, at the end of the day, we actually wound up doing the Crawler Ridge trail. Granted, we skipped the really hard stuff on the "9" end of the trail, but we did go down a rather steep rock hill with some rather larger boulders. Looking at it, I had no idea how I was going to drive down it, but he spotted me the whole way down, and other than hearing a skid plate and a large rock in a punching match (as a result of me coming down a the other side of a large boulder a little too quickly), I made it down without any damage.
Awesome! One on one with Kyle? Very cool. Sounds like a great time, he IS an excellent teacher!
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That looks very interesting
Planning to make my way down there too
Yeah, it is worth it.

Someone was asking in the 10A thread what the difference was between the 101 and 201 classes. According to Kyle, one of the big things in the 201 class is learning to use your Jeep's inherent mechanical tools (i.e., lockers and such) and when to use them. In the 101 class, there was no use of lockers and we did not even disconnect the sway bar until the very end. The point was to show you what the vehicle is capable of without all the added instruments.

For instance, I was pretty stunned to see how effective the traction control system (the part still enabled in 4lo - not the ESC) can be. He used a large uphill rut on a curve (where wheels are off the ground) to illustrate it. Without the traction control and without the articulation, it would have been hard to get up for someone of my meager skills. Then, we did the same obstacle again with the sway bar disconnected and it was quite a bit easier; traction control was not needed.

It just is amazing to see what the vehicle itself can do. Hoping the 201 class is as informative.
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Looks real good.
Got any pics down the side to see how far (if anything) those wheels stick out?
I will take tomorrow and post, visually its about 1 1/2 inches

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