Cybertruck ready for serious off-roading!

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Mounting and powering a winch is one of my questions as while. The truck also needs bumper hooks. I will definitely be using my CT as a toy hauler to take my Jeep to Moab and will probably wheel both. Jeeps plugin Wrangler is a stepping stone and they will eventually come out with a BEV Wrangler. I am hoping for a 4 motor version with the suspension of the Cybertruck.
No offense but you are dreaming about the Jeep with 4 motors, its a plug in hybrid with a 16 KWH pack





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No offense but you are dreaming about the Jeep with 4 motors, its a plug in hybrid with a 16 KWH pack
I am not talking about the hybrid. I have knowledge of their next Wrangler just not the specifics. They will be announcing an all electric Wrangler in a couple years.
 

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I plan to overland as well, though, my overlanding will also be ready for a road that has rockslid into limited existence, as well as other eventualities that happen in the real world, off the beaten path. I will be traveling everywhere where it's recommended, and some places that aren't advised. Me and my golden retriever, Bam Bam.

One note on bead locks: They are non-compliant with DOT rules, so offered as Off Road only. Sad. Kind of hard to make a full-on Zombie Apocalypse Vehicle without bead locks... or air down properly, in all situations without bead locks. peace
 

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I plan to overland as well, though, my overlanding will also be ready for a road that has rockslid into limited existence, as well as other eventualities that happen in the real world, off the beaten path. I will be traveling everywhere where it's recommended, and some places that aren't advised. Me and my golden retriever, Bam Bam.

One note on bead locks: They are non-compliant with DOT rules, so offered as Off Road only. Sad. Kind of hard to make a full-on Zombie Apocalypse Vehicle without bead locks... or air down properly, in all situations without bead locks. peace
I have never seen a truck pulled over for beadlocks... or heard about an insurance claim be denied because of them...
 

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I have never seen a truck pulled over for beadlocks... or heard about an insurance claim be denied because of them...
Yeah, I haven't been looking for people pulled over for having them, nor checking all insurance claims. I tend to do other things for fun. peace
 

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trucks are normally sold as beadlock capable to remove the liability. I have had non bead lock tires that I have air downed that were fine. I wouldn't worry about bead lock unless you got to the area of 10 lbs psi which I feel is unnecessary
 

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Having rolled a tire from the rim/wheel on the street, if I was the kind to do high speed or very hard rock crawling, I would probably plan on getting beadlockers...

But I plan more on the overlanding style of offroading, so will probably never bother with beadlockers on the CyberTruck.
 

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