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Hello all new to this forum i have finally started modding my Jeep.


Mopar 2" lift kit (it is more like 3")
Mopar Functional bead lock wheels
Toyo 35' MTR
Rock Hard 4x4™ Patriot Series Rear Bumper
Rock Hard 4x4™ Freedom Series Body Mount Tire Carrier
Rock Hard 4x4™ Patriot Series "Boat Side" Rock Sliders
Rock Hard 4x4™ Rear License Plate Relocation Bracket


Still left to do
Rock Hard 4x4™ Patriot Series Grille Width Front Bumper
2 Baja Design LP6PRO on the Pilars
2 Baja Design XL80 on the front bumper
2 Baja Design Amber Fog lights installed in bumper
Switch Pro SP-9100 to control the lights.


I am thinking that would be good for now but any suggestions are welcome.
 

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Kudo's on the decision to run beadlocks! To hear some on this forum, you'd think they were some super special item requiring maDd skillZ and constant attention. My experience has been quite the opposite... I truly enjoy the fact that I can (and have...) swap tires in the comfort of my garage. So what if I have to check the bolts for torque every couple months. The jeep is my hobby, so I'm usually piddling around on it anyway.

And nothing beats the look of "real" beadlocks, IMO. ;)
 

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Kudo's on the decision to run beadlocks! To hear some on this forum, you'd think they were some super special item requiring maDd skillZ and constant attention. My experience has been quite the opposite... I truly enjoy the fact that I can (and have...) swap tires in the comfort of my garage. So what if I have to check the bolts for torque every couple months. The jeep is my hobby, so I'm usually piddling around on it anyway.

And nothing beats the look of "real" beadlocks, IMO. ;)


I agree. I do check the bolts every so often, but I’ve never had them come loose. And off road they are so much better it’s well worth it.


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