Does anyone know of any "bed bars" or "Light Bars" that are currently under development for the JT? Not really wanting a "bed rack" or "ladder rack" style as is currently the rage for the Gladiator.
I know, they are definitely not everyone's cup of tea, and the usual objections...
“The designer also believes hardcore Jeep fans would embrace an electric Wrangler because the core DNA of that particular model is in its abilities to tackle rugged and rough terrain. Improve that even further, via electrification, and the loyalists, he believes, will continue to stay true to...
Low life scumbags are always ruining things for the rest of us.
"By the time the gathering ended, more than 180 attendees had been taken into custody on numerous unrelated charges. The sheriff said charges included assault, driving without wearing a seat belt, DWI and public intoxication. "
Lighten up. I explicitly said I was talking about people NOT in this thread, but the Jeep world in general.
Here are my exact words -- again: "I'm not talking about people in this thread, but the Jeep world in general ".
Your described experience sounded fairly severe and I honestly don't...
When I first read the thread title, I was thinking it was going to be weird. But, you know, after seeing the pics, it's much better than I was imagining. I rather like the way it looks -- proportions remind me of the Hummer H2T.
You *would*, however, lose the underbed spare carrier. And if...
Seems like some people call ANY sort of shimmy or shake in a Jeep "death wobble". Makes it seem a lot more prevalent than it actually is. (I'm not talking about people in this thread, but the Jeep world in general.)
Having a tire or wheel out of round, or a wheel out of balance isn't...
More info please:
Size of tires?
Amount of lift?
Amount of offset in wheels/running wheel spacers?
Checked track bar mounting bosses for cracks/looseness?
If its been good for 10,000 miles, and then today, suddenly, there is an issue -- kinda sounds like something let go/broke...
Looks great! How was the install?
As you did the install, did the mounting materials give you a feeling of confidence as to the adhesive maintaining its grip long-term during the LasVegas sun's incessant beating?
I tend to agree. People in general tend to have the attitude "If it was tough when I tried to join, it should be just as tough for everyone after me!" It takes foresight to actually see how such policies are self-centered and can hurt the hobby/sport overall.
I've been through the Technician...
Some tires have a 'rim protector' bump built into the sidewall, just above the bead mount surface.
If that "feature" is on the tire in the OP, then the tire being too wide for the rim width would show a profile like that.
edit: beat by ACAD!
Just "ham" -- ok thanks. I'm new to the amateur radio world beyond CB, so I don't know all the vernacular.
I've had a CB but most people and orgs seem to be moving towards GMRS, I suppose because of its much more relaxed licensing vs ham.
Thanks again for the help. :like: