What we really need is a 2 door version, that carries all my friends and has a bed that is both long enough to haul a 4 wheeler and some lumber or something but be super short for sick trails, also diesel manual and no more than 30 grand. Its not rocket surgery Jeep!
When I had my Wrangler JK I tried using a could spacer lift to get by for a bit. It was a crappy ride. I got better coils and shocks and it was much improved. But I only needed 2.5" of lift to clear 35's with the 2" wheel spacers and tube fenders I put on it. I only needed to change some sway-bar links.
Hello 37" buddy. I dread having to go up in wheel size but 37x15s are getting tough to find. Plus I have a set of older chevy 4x4 15x10" slotted mags for the FJ454.
Yeah this is my wife’s car. Got diesel scandal money and made this happen
Got back from a 300 mile road trip over hill and dale with freeway speeds averaging 75 mph and I got 20 mpg. I’m pretty happy about that. I mean, a highlander would get 22 in the same situation. I can take 2 mpg hit for all the other great stuff it gives me. Good Job GX
There’s an entire section of his website devoted to his love of the skies. Over the years he logged over 18,000 hours and even set a record for circumnaviation of the globe, covering it in a Lear 36 in just 58 hours.
DC-4 out there earning her keep.
One of the viewers recognized it when D. Tracy walked by it and insisted that he turn around and gawk at it.
Your ride was shown on Jalopnik’s live FB feed from the Lingenfelter event. Congrats!
BMW M3. Ford 5.0 engine. T5 transmission. All of the major players were ready, now it was time to get that lump of outdated, underpowered, worn out American cast iron ready to shove into place.
Still to this day the best purchase I’ve ever made. A lot has changed in the last year and I’m hopping to just keep improving on it little by little as the years go by.
Yes, but I've only seen them up to 3 inches
SOOOOO many washers..
This was way too much fun.
I pulled these pics the other night from IG.
A new Ford Bronco is yet to be officially confirmed, but now us hopefuls can all stop crowding around that one silly render Four Wheeler made for April Fool’s Day 2014, or that Bronco concept from a decade back. This new concept art from Bronco6G is my favorite modern interpretation of the vehicle yet.
Associated Press photographer Max Desfor recorded some of the most important events of the 20th century, and The Atlantic has an essay with some of the remarkable photographs he took during his long career, including this iconic image of the Japanese surrender on board the USS Missouri which officially ended WWII.