New member from Connecticut hoping to acquire a Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk in the near future. I haven't had a Jeep since CJ days but I'm very excited about the Trailhawk. I'd like to get an appropriate size travel trailer to go with it but one step at a time. I enjoy perusing everyone's photos.
Have been a huge fan of my 2017 TH, 2.4L for just over 1000 miles. Already been on Diamondback Gulch, Voltees Arch, and Schnebley Hill in Sedona, AZ. Just have a few things I want to add. Rock rails, 1 to 2 inch lift, and bigger tires. Looking to get down Broken Arrow too!
Thanks for any advice
First time Jeep owner, but drove Army jeeps, hummers, 2 1/2, etc when in the Army. We just purchased up a new 2017 Cherokee Latitude w/ Active Drive II with the True North Package. We were looking for one with ADII to make it a "toad" behind our motorhome. Trailered it from Kellogg, ID to our home in the Puget Sound area as it's not yet set up to pull behind the RV.
For those who have already set your's up for flat-towing - what's the installation running (price and time) for the flat tow kit you need to keep from having the "death wobble" when towing the Cherokee?
Hey everyone, I have a 2015 TH. I want to get new rims and tires. Looked thru some other posts and think 265/65r17 is as big as I can go w/out lifting or trimming.
Haven't seen anything about getting new rims. The 5x110 bolt pattern really limits choices. The ones I like are 17x9" with a 15mm offset and a blank bolt pattern. All the 'experts' are telling me that the difference in offset will be a problem. But, going from the stock rim width of 7.5" w/a 35 mm offset to a 9" w/a 15 mm offset provide almost the exact same backspace.