- Jan 20, 2009
- Reaction score
- Western WI
FALKENS ALL THE WAY, just keep them rotated every 3-4000 miles
Retorqued the lug nuts and reinstalled the cargo basket. Put the shovel and axe into the basket mount. Need to figure a way to fasten the traction boards into the basket.
I should get a set of those for next snow season. Got stuck twice this year where I had to dig my way out. 24" if snow on the roads will do that.
I love my cooper at3 4s! I would definitely put them back on!what's the latest on tires?
Still a toss up between:
FIRESTONE DESTINATION A/T2
COOPER DISCOVERER AT3 4S
HANKOOK DYNAPRO AT2
Not an off roader, more a towing/hauling/mule, but don't want to be "that jeep that got stuck" in something.
Not doing Goodyear Wranglers again.
I replace the right cv axle, water pump, and I took off the brush guard. I cut of the light bar of the brush guard and checked the new upgraded winch mount for fit. I then cleaned, primed, and painted it. Currently sitting between coats 2 and 3.
Yep, all the hardware got replaced with grade 8 and I have 3 grade 8 bolts going through the front frame into the back of the plate for additional support. The plate I am having made is 1/4 inch. The brush guard is also directly bolted to the frame. That should be sufficient until I can afford the arb bumper.Intermediate shaft as well on right front as well, right?
That brush guard will need a lot of beefing up the mounting to hold a winch