I don't remember there being any issues at all. It was much harder taking off the old bumper and getting to the lights and harness than it was to install them in the new bumper. No modification that I can remember.
I’m planning on 315s once I get a bit more use out of my stock tires. Mainly because of the load rating and I think they might be a bit lighter. Here are my bronze wheels. DX4 Rebels from discount tire.
Mine is the same...doesn't work very well with my 275. I basically use it when I'm not on the trail because I like the look better. When I'm actually planning on using it, I'll put on one of their 6DB antennas. It works much better.
Love the trout talk! I've been a fly fisherman for about 25 years now.
Two questions about the tailgate storage:
1 - I didn't see any locks...is it lockable if you have an open bed?
2 - What is the install like? I assume you're cutting out some metal from the tailgate?
This - It depends on distance/terrain, but in general, I think the handhelds (at least the midland ones) work pretty well. I have a midland mtx275 and a couple handhelds that I let friends borrow as necessary.
We went on a 4000 mile road trip in our Mojave this past summer and regularly take 7-8 hour trips in it. It is incredibly comfortable for us (me, wife and 2 adult-ish kids). As mentioned, the seats in the Mojave are different. The ride quality and comfort is night and day versus my JK. Your...
My wife has a 2015 Grand Cherokee Limited. Great vehicle, quiet and comfortable! I also have a 2008 JK that I'll drive around town and to the more difficult trails. The JK is not comfortable AT ALL on the freeway for more than 30 minutes or so. The seats in my JT (Mojave) are VERY comfortable...