Welcome to my Jeep Wrangler Rubicon build thread!
This page is dedicated to my 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4×4! This makes the second Jeep Wrangler that I have personally owned. The first one was a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport, to which I lifted with a 3.5″ Rough Country suspension lift, coupled with 35×12.50 Nitto Trail Grappler tires and 17″ Fuel Krank wheels. This was an awesome setup that drove & rode extremely smooth, and was very capable off road with quick disconnects & dual-steering stabilizers. See picture below:
My current Wrangler is a 2015 Unlimited Rubicon, also red 🙂 I always told myself that WHEN I owned another Jeep, I would have to get the Rubicon! I learned on so many trail rides up through the North Georgia mountains that all the nice extras the Rubicons come with are well worth the extra investment. Not only are the lockers, front & rear included, but automatic sway bar disconnect, beefier drive shafts, Dana 44 up front (instead of the Dana 35, like on my Sport), and a much better transfer case! All of these items are completely worthless to the person who just wants the Jeep Rubicon for the “name appeal.” However, for those who actually drive a Jeep the way it was meant to be driven, this guy, those features are invaluable to have on the trail!
This page will be dedicated to tracking the progression of “All Things Jeep!” Anywhere from mods, upgrades, trail ride adventures, DIY projects, etc.. Please make sure you subscribe to the blog on the home page to keep up-to-date with new content when it is made public.
So, you are looking at which lift kit to go with for your Wrangler or truck.. Rough Country, Rancho, Super Lift, OME, Metal Cloak (ha, yea right, that’s BIG money right there)… You land on Rancho since they have made a name for themselves in the suspension/shock market, and most of their gear is red, […]
Yesterday was my Jeep’s first adventure off the pavement! We went up to Helen Georgia and rode across Tray Mountain. This trail was a lot of fun, with a few deep washed out ruts to flex on, but not overly muddy (which was a good thing since I had the tops & doors off) 🙂 […]
The 2015 Jeep Rubicon has the nice painted Freedom hard top, which is one of the main things I like about this Jeep, aesthetically. Having said that, the hard top is no where near as versatile as the soft tops. If you want to remove it, you better have at least two capable people of […]