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Are those Jeep Wrangler wheels? Direct bolt up or are there spacers? How is rubbing?
2019 Rubicon Dealer Take off ($1000) with 275 70 17s KO2s. Rover to Jeep Hubcentric Adaptors/ Spacers from USadaptors. No rub.. Previous owners had massaged the fenders to fit some 26s, So I was told.. And I cut out the Fog light area to help clear before I actually mounted the wheels... Runs good and smooth.. no odd vibrations.
 

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Just got back from a 1,600 mile round trip in 4 days, currently showing 388,193 miles......
 

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My old girl Rosie shows 222,555 kms but I reckon there’s a bit of Botox in that. The 265/70s means the speedo is out by at least 5% so that’s got to be added back in. Apart from rocker gaskets and a few engine flushes to try and remove some sludge and a pcv fix and coilpack/ stepper setup done nothing but maintenance and she’s quiet - nothing from the bottom end at all. No smoke or startup rattles either. My other v8 has over 400hp so have no idea if performance is pedestrian or not. Doing 18.4 l/100km (again take off the 5%) so the old girl has a bit of a drinking problem - especially in the sand (mid 20s).
 

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Min has 133K miles.
Nothing was wrong with it technically, but it sat in the garage neglected for 6 years.
When I started it up I decided to reseal the whole engine (out of an abundance of caution).
Its from the year 2000.
 

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Mine (my dad's now) is at 173k miles 280k kms original engine and box. It was ran with no coolant radiator burst 12-13 years ago and it had its headgaskets done at was then 120k miles since then its had a coupe of EAS units mainly because it sits for half of the year a new ABS pump, new cats, a thermostat, front wheel bearings, fuel pump, and some other things like sensors and so on.
 
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