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Old 04-18-2014, 05:53 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by PDR John View Post
It has a slight tick, not loud at all. You have to listen for it.

We haven't had it on any long road trips to see how high the mileage will get up. I'm guessing 27-28, but can't say for sure.
That's really good considering the Hemi tick. I would think the low end is lacking a bit, but who cares. Once spooled up it's a no brainer. I guess you no longer need to get a 1/2 ton truck to pull that much especially with the air suspension.

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You can see my Avatar that not only do I have a JKU, but in Rubicon flavor and modified. The ride is the inverse of how it looks; great looks, noisy ride. With soft top, even worse on the noise. Handles ok, but not the legroom in front like my '14 GC has, or the ride. I would think that a Sahara is the way to go. Nice looks, 18 in rims with road tires yet fully capable to go off road. If you want comfort, the Sahara would be the way to go in a JKU. Rubi's are just too stiff and loud.


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