As with my 5.7 Hemi TJ, looks like the Hemi does better than the 6cyl.
I gained 1-1.5 over the 4.0 inline 6 in the TJ. They got 19 with mountain passes. I get 17-18 freeway only with the 3.6 V-6 and no mountain pass.
Welcome to aftermarket :facepalm: I went through this also. it will always about 1/2 off from side to side. I tried both a 1/2 and a 1 inch spacer. It would be either taller or shorter no matter what.
The Synergy's has a left and right spring like the stock springs. Not promoting their product...
To my untrained eye:
The street video, looks like it ran out of travel too fast? The shock's high speed compression is not firm enough? Is this correct thinking? But the low speed for normal street needs to be softened still?
Thanks for the education here.
I feel the Mojave's are a little firm in the rear too. Same thing, need the wife ( film crew ) to know for sure.
The raptor are a better buy cost wise for sure. I going to keep an eye out for a set in the rear to try.
Yes, Mopar parts are sold on line. Just google. Use the Mopar part # above 2 - fronts and 2 rears. You will be about $1k for these. You could find the whole Mopar lift on sale sometimes for the same $1k.
These were a good buy ( BRAND NEW for $600 )
With the 68 and 02 springs you will get at least 1.5 lift. Those are the firmer set of 3.0 springs, I have not tried them. Only the 67 and 01's. I seen 1.5 on my JLUR with hard top, steel bumpers, tow, and 12K winch on the nose.
My best guess would be more 2" with no adders to your JLUR with...
I'm running the Fox 2.0. I bought it used, the "pull issue" why selling. I live in the PNW and roads have a big crown to them. My jeep would always like to follow the crown in the road ( pull to right .) With the Fox 2.0 it like's to push ( load ) to the left, perfect!!
It works outstanding...
Call other fca dealer in your area. Ask for service and give the vin # tell them you have warranty work to be done. See if they say it is under warranty. I have always know it as no. It's either US or its Canadian. No cross over warranty work.
I have a 5 mile run ( to and from ) @ 35-40 mph, I run it in the 7th. Anytime at freeway speed ( above 55 mph ) hit 8th. It comes down to keeping the rpm to 1500 or just under. Much less then 1500 it really becomes a dog.
That's it. It sounds like it should not change the average mpg's, but it...
Yes, I'm getting worse mpg than you.
What I'm saying is my setup would only get 17-18 mpg's no matter what I did. With a simple manual shift strategy I have boosted my mpg's. No changes made other than dropping the rpm.
Mine would like to "hang on" to a lower gear then needed.
Yes, it's a dog...
The Rubicon red's all feel about the same. The diesel ones I had were 68273119AD and 68272561AD. Jeep changes the part# for shocks all the time. Not sure if these are still good #'s as 2021 model's might have new shock #'s. The good thing is springs still stay with the same #'s.
Bought it new. Has 8000 miles on it now. Have every tank/mpg fill record. It has only gotten 17-18 mpg's.. It has a lift with crap on it now ( since 3500 miles ) still gets 17-18 mpg's.
I use a tazer mini to correct the speedo. Still 17-18 mpg's.
Started with the last 2 fill up's with using...