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The Tires on This Jeep Wrangler Make It Off-Road Ready

first_imgThe Jeep platform has won over off-roaders around the globe for decades. With eco-friendly vehicles becoming the focus of several auto manufacturers; the makers of the Wrangler recently offered the option of a 3.0L V6 EcoDiesel engine to power the Jeep JLs. Not only would this option provide the efficiency they looked for but plenty of power that would come in handy when Chris Coffey looked hit the trails and open desert.Diesel PoweredThe V6 comes from the larger Ram trucks but is tailored for the JL Jeep. It still puts out a massive amount of torque at 442 ft. lbs. and 260hp, all with 29-mpg. This setup provides plenty of power to make crawling the rocks of Southern California no obstacle at all.When Chris picked up his diesel-engine filled Wrangler, he headed over to Off-Road Evolution to get it set up right without being too overdone.Their team, along with EVO Mfg did just that; looking at function first and finishing the Jeep off with a clean, subtle style.Low Profile, Long TravelThe limitation seen when setting up an EcoDiesel Jeep for off-roading is that you are only able to fit up to 37-inch tall tires due to interference with the windshield wiper fluid tank; without relocating it first. The crew at Off-Road Evolution had their ways of ensuring plenty of travel and off-road capabilities within the limitations of the 37s. Their natural choice was the latest in all-terrain tires from Nitto; a set of 37×12.50R17 Ridge Grapplers over 17×9-inch KMC KM325 Grenade Crawl wheels with an EVO Mfg Rear Tire Carrier securing a spare, just in case.The diesel Jeep’s suspension setup allows for a full 14-1/2 inches of travel in the front, and 14-inches in the rear with KING 2.0 bump stops. Providing that travel is EVO Mfg’s Long Arm Kit with KING 2.5 Coilovers on all 4-wheels that are tuned to EVO’s experience-driven specifications.By setting up the diesel Jeep with enough off-road capabilities without going overboard; Off-Road Evolution crafted a timeless rig with the latest eco-friendly power.HARD FACTS [ Close ]last_img read more

Ex-candidate Tom Steyer lists SF home for $11M

first_imgTagsHousing MarketSan Francisco Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Tom Steyer (Getty)Former presidential candidate and billionaire Tom Steyer is selling his longtime family home in San Francisco.Steyer is asking $11 million for the 5,625-square-foot home, according to the Wall Street Journal. The home is in the pricey Pacific Heights neighborhood.Steyer bought the residence in 1990 for $1.8 million. At the time, he was leading the hedge fund he founded four years earlier, Farallon Capital, and was a partner at the private equity firm Hellman & Friedman.He and his wife Kat Taylor raised their children in the house and Steyer said his family “has a ton of great memories” there.The home has 30 solar panels on the roof, a photovoltaic glass awning across the façade and a wind turbine on one corner. A waterfall next to the front stairs feeds a hydroponic garden and a koi pond.The coronavirus pandemic stalled the San Francisco housing market at first, but activity has picked up significantly. There were 31 sales above $3 million in June, 10 more than in June 2019. Nextdoor founder Nirav Tolia recently listed his own Pacific Heights home for $25 million.Steyer was born in New York but moved to San Francisco early in his professional life and has lived there ever since. He attended Stanford Graduate School of Business.It doesn’t appear he and his family will move out of the Bay Area any time soon — Steyer bought a home in San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighborhood for $6.75 million in 2014.Steyer told the Journal that he and his wife kept the house with the hope that one of their children would move in someday, but said it “doesn’t look like that will happen, and so we put it up for sale.” [WSJ] — Dennis Lynch center_img Share via Shortlinklast_img read more