|01-15-2012 12:30 PM|
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|01-15-2012 05:52 AM|
I have to say that I've been going out into the woods a bit, and as I'm getting more confident I'm leaving it in 2WD longer and longer, sometimes not shifting out of it at all.
This vehicle is hellishly capable as-is.
Maybe that's why it does so well offroading in 2WD? Neat if so!
|01-15-2012 05:45 AM|
Given those two choices, I'd get the Rubicon, for sure!
|01-15-2012 03:58 AM|
|daggo66||Have you wheeled it yet? You might be surprised at how well the BLD performs. http://blog.chryslerllc.com/blog.do?p=entry&id=270|
|01-15-2012 12:29 AM|
Common sense and preparation go WAY further than money and hardware....
|01-14-2012 08:25 PM|
|Flipper Wilson||The Tru Trac is a great option if you want a maintenance free limited slip. You may also look into putting a Aussie Locker in the front. They are very reasonably priced and are transperant on the road. Home page - Aussie Lockers - Welcome to Torq Masters Home of the Aussie Locker|
|01-14-2012 07:38 PM|
x5 on the Truteracs
Performance Products | Detroit Truetrac Differentials
|01-14-2012 06:55 PM|
|IP0VV3R||Get some good tires and put a sand bag or two in the back|
|01-14-2012 06:51 PM|
|fireron||True Tracs without a doubt.|
|01-14-2012 06:47 PM|
|MTH||Someday I'm going to do TrueTracs front and rear.|
|01-14-2012 06:40 PM|
|dwindeck||Agree with river2c, they're one of the best limited slips out there.|
|01-14-2012 05:35 PM|
|river2c||For your situation, I'd recommend the Detroit Truetracs. You can install them front and rear if you want.|
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|01-14-2012 03:40 PM|
Need Traction Aid
I have a 2012 Sport without a rear Trac Lok. I would like to add a rear traction device that won't break the bank and still be able to handle 33" tires and have good streetability. Most of my wheeling will be forrest roads, farm fields, and deep snow. Considering adding a Trac Lok or TrueTrac. Any suggestions?