Man I don’t do much with thing anymore, I need to get it out and do some minor repairs and hit the trails!
OME HD Springs
This is the only pics I have on my phone.
Chillin in the water.
Pic from the driver seat.
Me and the old girl while taken photos of a Jeep Rally day.
I have 255/85-16 BFG KM2's with an OME HD 2" lift. For what the Montero is, I still have the needed power to send me down the road at an adequate rate and decent off the line for the weight.
The only down side is that the transmission may work a little harder, but no issues so far.
I love the size and think it is a perfect size for my Montero that has the OME HD lift, stock wheels, and stock gearing. In my opinion, the KM2's are the best in that size, however they are not quite at all. I'm fine with the noise though, because I buy them for the aggressiveness. The only...
The Geolander tires was the first this I bought for the Montero when I bought her. For quite tires that really perform on and off road, they have my vote!
When I finally get around to buying a second set wheels, I will have a set of Geolander tires on them!
Currently I am running 255/85-16...
Love that little zinger at the end!
If Mitsubishi ever brought the true Montero back to the states, I would be in the dealership the next day joining the waiting list! [emoji1303]
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I just replaced my y-pipe/cats a few weeks ago. Then my vacuum tubes needed to be replaced too to clear codes.
My manifold currently has a hairline crack that sounds at first crank but then settles down shortly after.
I would be very interested in aftermarket or custom headers!
Can't remember the codes but it had to do with the O2 and catalytic converter.
I had replaced all the O2 sensors before. No
I had a complete tune up, rear cam seal, new vacuum lines, new catalytic converter y pipe, and one O2 sensor replaced.
No more SES light!!! [emoji1305]