Other than window tint, a lift kit should be on the top of everyones list.
There are so many options to choose from when it comes to Jeep Wrangler lifts.
Cheap lift kits start around $500 and can go upwards of $5000. You get what you pay for in ride quality and off-road durability.
I debated between different rims for awhile until I found the KMC KM544 wheels.
They are an almost identical color match to my Jeep Wrangler which looks great.
The 17×9 rims and -12mm offset helps the tires stick out a little farther than the stock rims of 0 offset. The wider stance of the -12mm makes the Jeep sturdier with the 4 inch lift and makes it look cooler!
A -44mm offset would cause rocks to hit the paint and be illegal in many states.
The most popular tire brands are Nitto, Toyo and BFG, but they are so expensive.
The Radar Renegade R7 Mud Tires have a similar tread pattern to the Toyo MT’s. I went with a 35×12.50xr17.
Radar tires are also $100 less per tire compare to other brands.
If you are looking for a more eco-friendly price on tires, Radar is the way to go.
All Rival Bumpers come which a winch plate and 5-ton tow points.
The Rival Aluminum Front Bumper is lightweight (66 pounds) and customizable. It comes with an attachable skid plate and bull bar on the top.
I personally like the stubby look without the extra pieces!
They create high quality off-road bumpers for Jeeps and other 4×4 vehicles.
My 2017 Jeep Wrangler JKU Sport came with a 3.31 gear ratio from the factory.
Yukon Gear & Axle is the way to go when re-gearing a Jeep. They are the #1 recognized and trusted gear brand.
In order to tow a trailer and have any tires bigger than 35’s I needed to re-gear to 4.56.
I would have probably been fine with 4.10’s for 35’s, but I eventually plan on running 38 inch tires.