Agree, plus the cost of a fifth matching tire is minimal to a company like Ford when these are going in the $40,000+ range.......not a corner they would cut on a vehicle designed to be far out in the middle of nowhere so you have to limp home
Guessing the 2DRs will fit somehow in back, just don't want to do anything extremely bumpy while they are in there
Otherwise, yeah....in your garage, your hotel room, chained to your pitbull at your campsite, etc
Seems like even with the 4DR storage, you're limited if you have gear back there...
2DR for me for sure now, but taking my kids to play soccer baseball and lacrosse when they were little were some of the best times of my life.....miss it a lot now that they are 19 and 21....love to take them in that ride
I would not do #6 for a few reasons (just getting the damn dead bugs off of it would be a pain) or anything just hanging off the back or sides
I had an old trailer hitch basket which worked well, but if you don't have a place to keep it, yeah its not optimal, but they are pretty cheap
I echo the washout interior.....Black Diamond seems like a good target, even without Sasquatch....we used to roll the dunes easily in an old stock Cherokee Chief aired down
The stock BD steel wheels are likely more prone to rust (over time....not instantly since they are painted) if you're...
They look cool, I'd probably have to pass for practicality sake because of winters where I live
We've only seen them on a two door, perhaps because of the longer door lengths, but we'll have to see if 4 DR gets its own version I guess
I've seen others confirm it will be a factory option rather...
Driving at 80 with Sasquatch is one thing..........what's the breaking like on those things at 80 mph?
I think I'd just try and realistically commit to driving a little slower, leaving a little earlier to get there.