rubicon must haves and parts list?
Those are the tires I ran/am running and they served me well. I've also seen Duratracs, Nittos, and KM2s do well there. Honestly, there aren't a lot of sharp rocks on the Rubicon, from what I remember. You're way more likely to slip a bead or bust a tire stem on this trail, so I would study up on what to do in those situations.
If you're really worried about 35s grenading your axles/diffs, you can do the trail on 33s...it will just be a bit harder. In any case, what Voight Kampff has said above about throttle control is paramount.
2011 Cavalry Blue with some added stuff
Iconic_ previously said:
Donít be afraid to use your rig! Dents can be popped out, scratches can be buffed out, but in the end the memories you have make it so worth it!
Last edited by FJess; 01-05-2015 at 12:36 AM.