I've driven 4X4s since 1990. Started with an Isuzu Trooper which wasn't fast but could climb trees, then after a breakdown in the geographic center of Utah, ran Toyota Tacoma 4X4, known as "The Mother of Tacos." Bought a 2015 Rubicon when I retired, which was t-boned by a red light runner and just barely totaled. The Hard Rock was the only manual available in 100 miles, and happily the dealer had lost and forgotten about it until I found it. Low mileage and nice handling, though not really as agile as my old Trooper.
Jun 11, 1951
Retired archaeologist - well, not really, arhcaeologist don't retire, just go slower.
- What year is your Wrangler?
- What model is your Wrangler?
Rubicon Hard Rock
- What engine is in your Wrangler?
- Does your Wrangler have an automatic or manual transmission?
- What mods do you have?
Still working that out. Acquired used, has Teraflex Series 3.3 shocks, Falcon Stabilzer, Falcon control arms AEV Salta wheels, ... Doesn't seem to be more than about a 2 inch lift (1-7/8").