If your wheeling your rig on a regular basis then 5 wheels would be best. If you get a puncture you can’t fix on the trail you can swap and Carry on. If you just drive around town or fire roads then you could get away with the stock spare until you can repair or replace the larger tire.
My sights were on the diesel at one time, but now I think the hybrid is the way to go.
Instant torque, good gas mileage, Ok E range (25 miles) that errands around town wouldn’t use any gas. Also me coming from a performance turbo shop would tune the engine for more boost (power).
Was planning on doing the Rubicon trail this year but my tent and wheels haven’t come in yet. So to better prepared myself. I’m looking for advise. Will my JTR with a 3.5 inch lift on 35 inch tires make it through ok?
I have full skid plates, 12000 Warn Zeon winch, snatch blocks, Radflo Hydra...
I have done this. Went rafting with the kids. Normally I keep my keys in a Pelican waterproof case but forgot to bring it. Hit a rock and we all got dumped out of the raft. Took about a minute to get out of the water. Shook off what water I could from the fob. Car started fine.
But I was...