Looks very nice.
Ordered online through eBay and got black w/blue highlights: 4X4 trail badge, JEEP emblems, and rear 4XE emblems. I plasti-dipped the headlight inserts, grill, and fog light bezels. Used several coats of gloss black. The headlights are not tinted.Looks mean. I was gonna go 33 but might go this route instead.
Side note Did you tint your headlights? Also did you replace the badging with black or dip them? I like the look alot esp bc I have black top
It's a great look. I purchased the badges through eBay.@Philthy Can you assist with a link to the Jeep badges you bought? I am only finding the dark "grey" with the blue outline, not black as your appears to be. Would love it on my sting grey.
The ride is great, not perfect. Lost about 1 - 2 miles of EV range, but there is almost no increase in road noise. It's very comfortable at the right PSI and the look is awesome for what I was looking for.How is the ride on E rated tires? I was hesitant to go 285/60 because of the increase from D to E. I was planning on going 275/60 KO2s, but I do like the wider tread
Hey, wondering if you might have any update on theThe ride is great, not perfect. Lost about 1 - 2 miles of EV range, but there is almost no increase in road noise. It's very comfortable at the right PSI and the look is awesome for what I was looking for.
Still about a 1 - 2 EV mile loss compared to the stock tires with my 285 setup. For long distance trips on gas, averaging about 23mpge.Hey, wondering if you might have any update on the
EV range or overall fuel economy. I am torn between the 275 and 285,. ..will be going with the Falken Wildpeak either way...thanks
Does this require a recalibration? If so, how? And just be clear, no lift and no rubbing?For those interested in this setup with the stock Sahara wheels and no lift, I am running 285/60R/20. Comes out to 33.5s. About 1K miles so far with very minimal increase in road noise. One OHV trail trip to the local mountains here and had no rubbing issues. Fits on the spare tire carrier with no issues.
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I did not recalibrate on these 33s setup. Any larger height or width, you might possibly have to. Correct, no lift and absolutely no rubbing on the trails I have gone through.Does this require a recalibration? If so, how? And just be clear, no lift and no rubbing?
Any concern off-roading with the 20's as opposed to 18 or 17s? I just picked up a 2023 4xe Sahara Sting-Gray and have been debating to leave the stock wheels and only upgrade tires or do both, wheels and tires.
Have you been to Sedona? Sedona trails like Broken Arrow (you can Google it if you'd like) would be the most technical I would take it on, other than that, it would be like you mentioned, climbs, fire trails, camping etc.... Nice setup though, clean and not over the top! Love the rack as well.View attachment 10516
It all depends on what type of wheeling, crawling, off roading, etc. you will be doing? I've mostly been on light to intermediate mountain climbs, fire trails, desert runs, and camping trips here and there. If you plan to do any serious wheeling, then you would definitely need the smaller wheels / larger tires setup. As far as my stock wheels, no scuffs or scratches for what I've done so far.