I'm using a mixture of RAM Mounts (Tablet and GoPro) and 67 Designs Mounts (Phone). A lot of people swear by 67D, and they definitely make an impressive product. RAM Mounts are significantly less expensive, though, so it kind of depends on your budget and what you value!Really like that Vector OffRoad Curve, looks very useful for many different things.
What hardware are you using to mount things on it and are they a separate purchase?
Love the kit so far. I went with shock extensions for now, so I can't help with that question. Planning to wait for Falcon adjustables to arrive on the market. Kings are too pricey for my blood, but I have my heart set on adjustables just because I've never run any before.Awesome rig! How do you like the EVO kit? Which shocks did you choose to run and what’s the lengths fully extended and collapsed? I’m at a cross road between them or the Rock Krawler X factor.
Thanks! Assuming Fox factory rubicon shocks and not the Mopar lift ones. If so I may go that route.Love the kit so far. I went with shock extensions for now, so I can't help with that question. Planning to wait for Falcon adjustables to arrive on the market. Kings are too pricey for my blood, but I have my heart set on adjustables just because I've never run any before.
Beast Mode! Great Build - keep it up on IG and here!Spent the week doing a few installations. First, the Vector OffRoad Curve. Installation was straightforward and easy. I've been running their JKE-Dock for a while in my JKU, and it's honestly irreplaceable if you use Gaia GPS for navigation or film while driving.
The second installation was a beast. Evo's 2.5" Overland Stage 1 kit. Did it in the driveway with a few friends, and it was a monumental project given our resources and minimal experience. Can't beat the results, though! Wheel and tire combo is 17x9 Black Rhino York Wheels wrapped in 38x13.5 Milestar Patagonias. They clear at full lock. Haven't flexed the new setup out all the way yet, but there appears to be plenty of room!