While pushing the center line of your wheels further out will help you to run bigger tires and without rubbing issues, you do it at the expense of increasing your scrub radius and at the cost of putting more stress on your ball joints, wheel bearings and even tie-rod.
Being that this was our first real snow day of the year, deeper powder is what we were after and there was plenty of that to be found just to the west of us and up in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Winter was finally here and it was time for us to lay down our first tracks of the season and to test out our brand new 40″ Cooper Discoverer STT Pros.
Over the past week, Cindy and I went running around the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center and took tons of pics of all the cool Jeeps, trucks, cars and products at the 2016 SEMA Show.
On a recent crawl to our local mall, our good friend Billy decided to join us in his brand new and bone stock, Jeep JK Wrangler Rubicon.