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**DONOTDELETE** 08-30-2002 09:08 AM

I have some questions I could use some help....
 
do I need to buy a Jeep Rubicon to do offroading or will a regular wrangler do? please help me I love jeeps, but can i make them big and loud????

also how much do they range, and what years are good? I dont li9ke old old models like 86's I want something newer but not to new. also if lifting them good? I want to do some mudding? also would a 6 inch or 8 inch be good? 33's or 35's??????? also how easy do they rollover?

thanks
thanks

Later

BMF 08-30-2002 01:10 PM

Re: I have some questions I could use some help....
 
You don't need a rubicon to offroad. If your going to do some hard offroading and can afford it then the rubicon would be nice. You can make your jeep as big and loud as the law will let you. Look into you state laws about lift and emissions. As far as tire size, from what I've seen bigger and more aggressive is better in the mud.

jamgood96 08-30-2002 01:29 PM

Re: I have some questions I could use some help....
 
You don't need a Rubicon for wheeling. But being as you said you'd like to run 33's or 35's, and are going to run in the mud, I'd try my hardest to get a Rubicon. Stock axles won't hold up well to high RPM's with 33's or 35's. But that's just my opinion. Plus, you'd more than likely have to re-gear a stock Wrangler. A Rubicon already comes with 4.10's. Just some food for thought.

mbalbritton 08-30-2002 02:43 PM

Re: I have some questions I could use some help....
 
you want a rubicon, but you don't want something too new? That's tuff to do seeing as the Rubies are '03 models..... is this a seriuos question?

brent


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