Steel bumpers bulge hood & rear locker sounds like a good choice I'm looking to buy soon.:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
I don't disagree with performance of the tires... but performance does nothing for the looks...Paul04tj said:I ordered one a couple weeks back. The tires will be replaced, but i did read reviews on them and they are pretty decent AT tires.
We decided we dont need the lockers and transfercase from the Rubi for the trail rides we do. The Moab priced out the same as the Rubi I spec'd.
I agree...That puzzled me from the beginning... I mean, they're going in the wrong direction! I'm thinking how about a 3" lift with fat KM2's from the factory? Plus, with the size of the Jeep aftermarket, why is Chrysler so willing to just let that go? Boy if it weren't for Jeep, I'd never buy a Chrysler product because the company is managed so poorly.WXman said:Main issue is why use smaller tires than what comes on a Sport for a special edition? For that matter, why does the Rubicon have the same size tires as the other models?
whats wrong with the bumpers?Well, it is basically a dumbed down rubicon with some cosmetic parts. If you are just staying on road, then it would be a cool choice, because it looks nice and is a little more unique than a stock rubicon. But if you are planning on actually using it, then you are paying money for a bumper you don't want and substituting a non functional hood for other functional items.