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09-15-2014 11:54 AM
AD80 Just passed 8800 miles on my weekend trip to Jefferson, CO. Great wear so far on the stock tires. I drove mine of the lot in February 2014
09-15-2014 10:41 AM
Jurfie Hit 13,000km (almost 8100 mi) yesterday...drove off the lot April 1.
09-15-2014 06:42 AM
BCT Took delivery on March 20th... Turned 8500 miles this weekend
09-14-2014 10:13 PM
iLion I tried to order Wrangler Sport S in Granite (with manual tranny and tons of S options), but not happening this time around apparently (9/2014). What a disappointment. I am very stuck on granite, so am looking for a one yr old or last yrs on lot somewhere. I'm totally obssessed with this, so if there is one out there... I will find it!
09-14-2014 09:37 PM
Granite Rooster 9,700 miles. Picked it up Nov 26th- ish
09-14-2014 09:21 PM
TheGibson Just turned 4k this weekend. Got it in June
09-14-2014 08:21 PM
Sucker Punch What kind of miles have you all put on your granite jeeps? I've go a little more than 8,600 miles on mine since I picked it up October 31st 2013.

Taking the Jeep on it's first beach trip in October
09-14-2014 08:17 PM
Sucker Punch
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Originally Posted by Granite Rooster View Post
I did my rotation yesterday.. put about 100 miles on it today. No excess road noise or tire bump. Tires were brand new when installed and did the rotation at about 5k miles. 315/70R17 duratracs
Same here about the road noise, etc. Couldn't tell any difference. I think I had a little less than 5,000 miles when I rotated mine. I went ahead and paid for the lifetime rotate and balance at discount tire. I'm gonna try to rotate them every 3500 to 5000 miles to keep all the tread wear as even as possible on all 5 tires.
09-14-2014 05:30 PM
Granite Rooster I did my rotation yesterday.. put about 100 miles on it today. No excess road noise or tire bump. Tires were brand new when installed and did the rotation at about 5k miles. 315/70R17 duratracs
09-14-2014 02:33 PM
mjb130 Finally was able to get my Jeep into the mud today.

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09-12-2014 03:55 PM
mga088 I too am due...will follow this pattern as well...thanks for posting
09-11-2014 09:42 PM
Sucker Punch Got them rotated and balanced today. Looking forward to seeing how the 5 tire rotation will work out in the long run. Took it to a local Discount Tire and met a couple Jeepers that work there.
09-11-2014 06:26 PM
Granite Rooster About to hit the 5k mile mark on my tires. Will be doing this rotation
09-11-2014 04:39 PM
BCT
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Originally Posted by Sucker Punch View Post
Anyone doing the 5 tire rotation? Taking mine in today. Think I'm gonna give it a shot. I wasted a perfectly good spare on my old YJ. Gonna try to get some use out of this spare.
Yes... I do (5) tire rotations just like your picture. I believe it allows everything to wear evenly. I did it with my old YJ too. Good luck!
09-11-2014 11:17 AM
Sucker Punch Anyone doing the 5 tire rotation? Taking mine in today. Think I'm gonna give it a shot. I wasted a perfectly good spare on my old YJ. Gonna try to get some use out of this spare.
09-08-2014 08:16 PM
Jurfie
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Originally Posted by Mweaver1 View Post
Ok I'm a newbie and just recently (1 month ago) traded in my 14 X3 for a 14 granite crystal metallic JKURX. Today I just brought her home after getting wheels and tires. Last week I put on a 2.5" BDS suspension lift. Before and after photos attached. What do you all think? I think it turned out nice. The wheels are Worx Beast 803's with 285/70r17 Dick Cepek Fun Country tires.
Looks better than an X3 (but I'm biased), and it'll get you more places, too! Welcome to the Granite club!!
09-08-2014 12:04 PM
Mweaver1 Ok I'm a newbie and just recently (1 month ago) traded in my 14 X3 for a 14 granite crystal metallic JKURX. Today I just brought her home after getting wheels and tires. Last week I put on a 2.5" BDS suspension lift.

Before and after photos attached. What do you all think? I think it turned out nice. The wheels are Worx Beast 803's with 285/70r17 Dick Cepek Fun Country tires.
09-07-2014 11:35 AM
AZJeepnut Anyone try a flat black grill with GC yet?
09-05-2014 08:28 AM
Sucker Punch
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Originally Posted by MaddHatter View Post
Already planning another trip there next year. with no lift and after market skid protection, there were trails that would have torn up my fenders, etc. Great trip though.
Man, I would love to take the Jeep out west some day and drive thru the mountains! Creek crossings in the Jeep = Fun.
09-04-2014 09:19 PM
MaddHatter
photos from Ouray trip last week

Already planning another trip there next year. with no lift and after market skid protection, there were trails that would have torn up my fenders, etc. Great trip though.
09-04-2014 09:07 PM
MaddHatter
Photos from my Ouray trip last week

didn't work. will try again
09-04-2014 02:22 PM
zigsrig
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Originally Posted by AD80 View Post
Here are some pics of my Granite JKRX at the top of Webster Pass in Colorado. Pretty narrow near the top!
Very cool!
09-04-2014 08:40 AM
Sucker Punch
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Originally Posted by AD80 View Post
Here are some pics of my Granite JKRX at the top of Webster Pass in Colorado. Pretty narrow near the top!
Nice pics!
09-03-2014 07:47 PM
AD80 Here are some pics of my Granite JKRX at the top of Webster Pass in Colorado. Pretty narrow near the top!
09-01-2014 11:21 AM
pukahead
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Originally Posted by zigsrig View Post
The rubicon rails won't work as a step.
Exactly .... that is why I am thinking about them. I may have misled you by saying "for easier entry". By that I mean, the subtle protrusion of the Rubi Rails will allow my leg more clearance as I step from ground directly into the floor in the cab. A more aggressive rail will protrude out more, and would hinder my leg's motion.

I won't be doing vicious rock crawling but I will be doing trails and water (mud) ... so I'm hoping that the subtle protrusion of the Rubi Rails might be just enough to deflect smallish pebbles and debris, and door dings at the Mall, from chipping the paint. Also, I like that they cover the "pinch seam" for a tighter appearance.
09-01-2014 11:02 AM
zigsrig
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Originally Posted by pukahead View Post
Howdy, I tried to juxtapose the image of your lifted Rubicon with an image of my lifted Sport. We each have 3.5 inch lifts and 35-inch tires. The biggest discernible difference are the fenders and rims. You have the stock Rubi rails, which I've been thinking about (Sport comes without rails) for easier entry (I'm not getting steps).
The rubicon rails won't work as a step.
08-31-2014 09:03 PM
pukahead
Close comparison ...

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Originally Posted by zigsrig View Post
It's the AEV 3.5" sc. Rides amazing, handles well (its so much fun on our twisty mountain roads). went with 315/70-17 Duratrac's with 1.5" spacers. While not everyone agrees, I love the '14 rubicon wheels.
Howdy,

I tried to juxtapose the image of your lifted Rubicon with an image of my lifted Sport. We each have 3.5 inch lifts and 35-inch tires. The biggest discernible difference are the fenders and rims. You have the stock Rubi rails, which I've been thinking about (Sport comes without rails) for easier entry (I'm not getting steps).
08-30-2014 04:55 PM
mga088
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Originally Posted by BCT View Post
Rhino-Lined! Turned out great
Looks awesome man!
08-30-2014 01:20 PM
paulyp Just a little update guys to my Sahara.
I have added Rubicon rims and tires plus a 2" lift as well.

Cheers
Paul
08-29-2014 03:28 PM
BCT Rhino-Lined! Turned out great
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