Now, I just have to sort out this whole "is the garage big enough to fit the Jeep if it's lifted and with those bigger tires". Then, I have to start researching tires and wheels and lifts. I know absolutely nothing about any of that stuff. I just figured out there is a difference between a tire and a wheel ~~ Who knew.
Then... It's time to start saving money. I'm running out of Lego's to sell so getting a job is going to be imperative.
I went out to measure the clearance of our garage. Right now where the garage door sits currently, I have about 77.5 inches to work with. If we can somehow adjust the garage door I would have about four more inches to work with.
A fellow Jeeper who has 33's and a 2.5 lift measured his Jeep and it was 75.5 inches. Hmmm that's gonna be a tight fit. If the Jeep doesn't fit will I want to make the sacrifice and turn the garage over to the Chevy Avalanche?
I guess I will have time to think about that.
But for now I still have some of my hard earned Lego money. So I'm going to do a little window shopping. I headed back over to Extreme Terrain where I got my Barricade Trail Force HD bumper. I figured since I really, really like my bumper and I didn't have to wait long to get it I might as well start there.
Now, the question becomes what do I get next? The matching rear bumper?
Or do I go with Rock sliders? Some folks tell me what's the point if I'm not going to be doing any rock crawling. Well, some day I hope to, but yeah not in the near future. Plus they say, I might have a hard time getting in and out of my Jeep in the winter with them. Well like I said before I don't even use the plastic side steps now. For me it's about preparing for someday and of course... the main reason... the look!
I like the look of both these
The JCR 4 Door Classic Rock Sliders