__________________ Dear Newbies: Yes you "can" do a 5.5 inch lift and 37 inch tires - just like you "can" stand in the middle of a golf course during a lightening storm. Just because you "can" doesn't mean it's a good idea however.....
I had trouble keeping mine really clean at first but Dawn did help. After putting some dressing type stuff like Poboy and Blackfire, they got less dirty to begin with...should have done that before my first wet trip. With the new JKU, I have painted flares so no issues.
2014 JKU Rubicon- all white with tan leather
LOD front bumper, AEV rear bumper, TeraFlex tire carrier, Shrockworks sliders, Method Standard wheels, 35" MTR Kevlars, Englewood driveshafts, Synergy 3" Lift, Rancho 9000XLs, Artec truss, Teraflex C-gussets, Grabars, HotHead Liners, MORE dead pedal, Tuffy underseat box, Uniden 520 XL, 10lb CO2 tank...
LMAO. Reminded me of the decal I had on my CJ "Hummer Recovery Team". A prick in a Hummer was tailgating me, and when he had a chance he passed me while filling me off. I just waved and laughed at him.
For the crappy plastic that's on our fenders and bumpers I wash everything with regular soap and then spray a good amount of 303 on a micro towel and they look like new without the jerry curl look. I do the same for tires.
Tire shine does the trick, do your normal wash, dry off good, then as Cronoswing said, apply to wax applicator or sponge and wipe on. A buddy does this for all his black moulding/rubber on his 05 Chevy truck, works like a charm.
I'm big into car detailing and have been using adams products and chemical guys for year I think there great, in sure there are a lot cheeper products out there but I like the adams car shampoo on it and then adams vrt works good on them and keeps them dark without a crazy shine or being greasy but like someone said your gonna get 100 dif answers and I'm sure they all work lol
2014 jku anvil, Kc Apollo lights, mopar light bar, spod, Ace rock rails, 33" Goodyear duratracs, 15" level 8 trackers!