\n"Crossing the Rubicon" is a popular idiom meaning to pass a point of no return. It refers to Caesar's 49 BC crossing of the river, which was considered an act of war. (direc…t quote from wikipedia's "rubicon" page) (MORE)
The Rubicon river is in north east Italy. This river has gained a place in ancient history as it is said that Julius Caesar crossed this river on his way to Rome. He had one l…egion at the time. By crossing the Rubicon Caesar declared the dye is cast meaning there was no turning back. (MORE)
The Rubicon was a river in northern Italy which no longer exists. It was the boundary of the Roman province of Gallia Cisalpina. It run from the Apennine Mountains to the Adr…iatic Sea through the southern Emilia-Romagna region and between the towns of Rimini and Cesena. There were many debates about the original course of the Rubicon.In 1911 a place called Fiumicino, just north of Rimini, was identified as a point where this river passed. (MORE)
YES ALL JEEPS SINCE 1989 HAVE SAME BOLT PATTERNS..
I Added: No you are wrong the Jeep YJ 1987-1995 and TJ 1997-2006 have the same bolt pattern. 5 on 4.5. The New JK Wrangler …2007-Present has a 5 on 5 bolt pattern..
All Jeep CJs have a 5 on 5.5 bolt pattern..
You will need spacers to put JK wheels on a TJ Rubicon (MORE)
A model of Jeep made from'03- current. It has front and rear D44 axles with air lockers, as well as 4.10 gears (unless intentionally changed when ordering from factory in newe…r models). It also comes with a beefed up transfer case that is better suited to off-roading. (MORE)
I have a 2009 Rubicon. In the last 12 months I've blown 3 universals to bits in mild 4x4 slippery mud situations while in diff lock. Its always been the left hand front one an…d my local agents advise me I'm the only one this is happening to. I want to know if this is a design fault and if it is happening to anyone else? (MORE)
Caesar's term as consul had expired and he was ordered to return to Rome and to leave his army in Gaul for the next commander to take over. He was forbidden from taking the ar…my out of Gaul, the border of which was marked with the Rubicon River. Caesar feared that if he came to Rome without an army, he would be made into a political nonentity by his rival Pompey. He therefore disobeyed orders and brought his army to Rome. Once he had crossed the Rubicon, he had committed treason. (MORE)