I posted about this a few months ago but never heard back... Has anyone else had issues with their black jeep scratching easily? I feel like everything that touches mine ends up scratching it (hand cleaning, car wash, finger nails, etc). Just wondering if this is a jeep thing in general or my jeep specifically..
I discovered this too shortly after purchase, black is tough to keep clean and shows anything. But it the best color for a jeep IMHO. Eventually when it gets to bad ill bed line the whole thing and never have to wash it again.
re: Show us your Black Beauty :) [ & the new 38.5s]
Originally Posted by Rancho
A couple of recent pictures!
On 38.5's now
Doors and top off.
Our tube doors and Spider Web Shades skins on!
Where did you acquire the new Falken Wildpeak M/Ts? I am saving for when they are available so my beloved Cooper STTs in 35x12.50x 16 can be retired [ get it, reTIRED ; P]
Anyway, please lemme know the source so I can grab a set of these awesome meats !
Nice rig, btw!
Only had her a short time. Bought it from a retired gentleman who didn't do any favors on the wheels and tires. Looking for some input on the best way to lift it 2-3" within a decent price and best 315's out there within a decent range. Just graduated college so I'm going for the best bang for the buck I can get. Thanks for the input!
What kind of lift and tire set up do you have? I've been doing a lot of research to figure out what I want and yours looks great! Thanks
I went with a Rough Country 2.5" spacer lift to keep factory coils and shocks (and a few bucks) for now. With tires and lift, I got 4" higher than stock. The ride is good, haven't been on the trails yet.
Tires are Mickey Thompson MTZ 315/70r17, wheels are Mickey Thompson classic 3's 17x9 4.5" backspacing. No rubbing.