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    Forgot to update but my 2020 TRD Pro was delivered back in August. Swapped to Toyo AT3s factory size, not in the mood to mess with suspension or anything right now. Got my Mobtown rock sliders in earlier this week...cannot mount right now due to work schedule and working nights. Have a C4 fabrication low profile bumper on order. Deciding/shopping for a winch, leaning toward the Smittybuilt X20 with synthetic line.
    Not letting me upload a photo right now...
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    I'd like to see a pic when you can.
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    I got a 2015 Silverado. Chevy calls it sandstone metallic, but we all know its FDE metallic. That color choice was on purpose. Not a 4x4, but at least I got a locking diff, and can pick my gear. Drove past a ton of people stuck in the snow/ice a few winters back. They thought I was gonna tow them out. No idea if they made it. Good times.

    I keep BFG KO2's on it right now but need tires next year. I like the BFG's but my cousin says to try some Toyo's he raves about. I might.

    I got a tri fold tonnuea cover that I keep a decent go bag in. Otherwise if I was actually gonna bug out, I would just be loading all the essential gear from my shed/house into my truck and driving out to the acre 4 hours out side of town. Basically camping. I could probably do it in less than 2 hours relaxed, and 1 hour if I had to rush.
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    I've got an old 92 full size Bronco. Lifted w/35's. Detroit locker in the back and a power lok (LS) up front. 12k hydraulic winch installed. All the recovery gear you could ask for. Not as agile as a Jeep, but can carry/tow a lot more. Also have my Dodge 3500 diesel 4x4 that tows a 12k fifth wheel.

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    2012 Jeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodder636 View Post
    Forgot to update but my 2020 TRD Pro was delivered back in August. Swapped to Toyo AT3s factory size, not in the mood to mess with suspension or anything right now. Got my Mobtown rock sliders in earlier this week...cannot mount right now due to work schedule and working nights. Have a C4 fabrication low profile bumper on order. Deciding/shopping for a winch, leaning toward the Smittybuilt X20 with synthetic line.
    Not letting me upload a photo right now...
    I did the SDHQ hidden mount on my 2020 Pro and I love it. I wheeled it for a few months and then bought me a series 80 land cruiser that has the factory lockers. I don't cringe when branches drag the side of it...lol

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    Zxd By chance are you on JL forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodder636 View Post
    Forgot to update but my 2020 TRD Pro was delivered back in August. Swapped to Toyo AT3s factory size, not in the mood to mess with suspension or anything right now. Got my Mobtown rock sliders in earlier this week...cannot mount right now due to work schedule and working nights. Have a C4 fabrication low profile bumper on order. Deciding/shopping for a winch, leaning toward the Smittybuilt X20 with synthetic line.
    Not letting me upload a photo right now...
    Once your tires wear out / you get tired of them, bump up to 265/70/17. Youll get about an inch lift, a wider contact patch, better looks, and the best part: no rubbing on stock suspension.

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    Rubbing can be fixed. Get the size you really want from the start and have no regrets.

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    Will get the bumper powder coated after the new year.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lowdown3 View Post
    I'd like to see a pic when you can.
    Last edited by hotrodder636; 12-29-20 at 13:50.
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