My stock LX (sans running boards) is my daily vehicle although, being retired, I don't have to drive it all that much. Finally turned over 100k a few weeks ago (average 7-8k miles annually).
Yea but I am not worried about it. I don't search out obstacles to see how hard they are to get over. I like the drive and the destination.ive dd'd, the 40, 55, 60, 40, 100, 60... in that order.
it did occur to be at some point putting DD miles on your wheeler, kinda wastes the money you blow on offroad parts, but... meh.
I always keep 2 sets of tires for my rigs. One for pavement travel and the other for off road adventures.View attachment 338198
Here's my DD. 214K miles. Purchased it 10/2015 with 207K. Recently took a 5hr drive down to Uwharrie National Forest. Started to rain shortly after I arrived and like the websites mentioned about the routes, they do become significantly more difficult when wet. Two door lifted jeeps with 35" M/Ts were sliding down the small hill climbs. Found out how quickly highway tires become slicks in the mud. I just have a hard time justifying buying new tires for it since it came with brand new light truck tires. Luckily it has the factory lockers or else I probably wouldn't have gotten off the route.