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the 2.3L In Line 4 produces nearly the same horsepower and torque as a standard 3.6L V6 on the Rubicon. Just Saying.
Slightly less HP and significantly more torque (260 vs. 310 lb ft). The 2.3 is a much better power plant in a truck then the 3.6 IMO. The 2.3 also has a lot of room for tuning where the 3.6 does not.


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I believe lots of folks call it sta-bar as short for stabilizer bar... but can also be anti-roll bar and anti-sway bar. I usually use anti-roll bar when I describe it, and use anti-sway in terms of a towing link. Just trying to help.
(y) that thought did occur to me after I made my post. I had never heard of it being referred to in that way, but I suppose it does make just as much sense.
 

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Good stuff. Amazing how many of these videos I can watch without tiring of them. Fingers crossed that I don’t have to wait til ‘22 to make my own video driving my Bronc on the trails.
 

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Awesome vid. Thanks for posting. You are a lucky man; that looked like a fun day.
 

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Thanks for the video of getting in/out of the back seats of the 2door. I was curious about that (y)
 

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From the moment I saw these fenders it was my plan to get 37's on a Squatch with no lift.

These fenders, remove the crash bars. Not sure what else till I get mine. That is what I am hoping for.

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What is this build/mod? Looks great!
 

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What is this build/mod? Looks great!

That exact pic was posted on here somewhere, I just saved it cause it was cool.

The fenders are from the Sema build.







Below is a screen shot of the fender with a stock Squatch wheel and 315/75 R17 tire


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Lots of room with the right wheel opening, 37's may be a possibility.

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