Not to change topic, but is it designed that way on purpose or limitations on pump? Not that I WANT to hit 90 in her, just curious. Thanks
| '05 TJ Rubicon | '98 XJ Sport | '12 Lexus IS 250 |
That moment when you look at a really nice JK and think to yourself, "Well I SUPPOSE I could see myself trading in my TJ for one of those, but for those ugly ass door handles."
I have 35's and factory 3.73. Yea I know.. Lol it will do right at 70 in OD on LEVEL ground. Kick it down to third and it will pick up speed but I never remember to connect my front sway and don't have a rear so 65-70 is where I stop lol. Hit 80 on the downhills on the way south when I bought it. Somehow, it has no wobble. Pretty smooth actually.
Really would like to feel one with 35's and 4.88's.
4.0L Rubicon 33x10.5 3.5 RE lift. I cruise 65 normally can do 75/80 without issue.
2004 Jeep Rubicon, 3.5 Rubicon Express lift & Front adjustable front & rear track bar, Currie Currentlync Heavy-Duty Tie rod System, Terraflex Monster Long arm, Terraflex disconnects, Bilstein 5100 Shocks, 33 x 10.5 BFG AT on Jeep Ravine rims, Warn Zeon 10K Winch, Warn Stubby Front bumper, Body Armor rear swingout.
05 LJ w 4" lift and 33s.. have had it up to at least 85 mph... but generally cruise the fwy in the 70-75mph range.. I do have to admit that it really sux the gas at that rate of speed, I am sure if I slowed down to 65 it would be a lot easier on the wallet. I will say that my rig doesnt wobble and feels stable at those speeds.