|01-14-2008 05:53 PM|
|01-14-2008 04:12 PM|
|mrbigjeep||most alloys are 4" BS and most steelies are 3.75". there are always exceptions but thats what most are.|
|01-14-2008 03:58 PM|
it doesn't really matter much for us here in texas as far as tire coverage laws because we don't have them, but in other states, that 1/4" could be all the difference with a picky cop.
|01-14-2008 03:55 PM|
|01-14-2008 08:45 AM|
|01-12-2008 10:30 AM|
|01-11-2008 06:56 PM|
|01-11-2008 05:44 PM|
yeah thats what i was wondering my self. From memory and the news last week, Nevada got ice that froze the canals and flooded a lot of towns.
I find it funny how we here in chicago had 60 degree F weather that week normal is bellow 20.
|01-11-2008 03:21 PM|
haha...that was our crazy freeze last year. we get those every other year or so around here. usually lasts a day at the most. but that's plenty of time for people to pile up the highways with accidents b/c they can't drive in it.
if we get to a point where my tires have iced over, i'll go ahead and stay home for the day.
|01-11-2008 12:09 PM|
|01-11-2008 10:08 AM|
the rims are 15x8 with 4" bs on both the blue TJ and the black TJ. 3.75 would be too much IMO.
that ice got me a cracked windshield and cracked Hella covers....guess it was better than cracked hella lenses though.
|01-10-2008 11:06 PM|
|01-10-2008 09:41 PM|
What size are you guys running? 15x8s? How much offset?
I also agree on the "Honey Glazed "look!
|01-10-2008 06:18 PM|
|01-10-2008 06:17 PM|
|01-10-2008 06:16 PM|
|Triple88a||haha that layer of clean ice looks so cool|
|01-10-2008 10:41 AM|
i will be doing the same thing with this bumper that i did with the one on my 02.....
|01-10-2008 02:46 AM|
triple88a and bluviking,
I wheel but I call it noob wheeling. Nothing crazy and out of my comfort zone. My wheeling is getting better and better as I practice more.
|01-10-2008 02:15 AM|
I got same wheels, easy clean up!
Price on my gear
Soft 8 Wheels: $240
33" Tires: $1000 (With lifetime warranty for any damage)
Locking Lugs: $5
4" Lift kit: $900
Out wheeling everyone on Saturdays: Priceless
|01-10-2008 12:52 AM|
|01-10-2008 12:46 AM|
Watch at 50 seconds of the movie...
|01-10-2008 12:37 AM|
Thats what it looks without the jugs.
|01-09-2008 11:13 PM|
yeah they sitck out about 7 inches from where the metal of the bumper ends, they're incae u hit a pedestrian they get puched aside rather than run over, but once they leave teh factory its fine to take them off,
but keep the back ones
nad i also suggest cutting the bumper down to two incches on either side of the fog lights, looks way better (do it an an angle, /-------\ )
|01-09-2008 09:19 PM|
|01-09-2008 09:00 PM|
I'm such a noob. When you say milk jugs, do you mean the fog lights or the hooks?
Should I wack mine off too? Can someone post a pic with them whacked off? If I do take them off, I'll do the hammer route just to show off to you guys.
|01-09-2008 07:00 PM|
|01-09-2008 02:03 PM|
|TXST8tj||haha....a jeep budget that is just about drained. maybe i'll have a little more to spend as soon as i can sell off some of the CJ stuff. still have a long way to go with this jeep.|
|01-09-2008 01:36 PM|
|erickpl||Must be nice to have Jeep budget.|
|01-09-2008 09:27 AM|
the jugs are coming off when i chop the bumper...hopefully this weekend. been short on time lately. had time to pull the flares one day. paint them another. still waiting on the chance to put them back on. they are still there in the first place b/c i was about to buy a new front bumper and wasn't going to waste my time with them, but i decided to get an air compressor instead.
i also have a new set of Hella 500s to mount on the windshield.
|01-09-2008 09:24 AM|
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