I am running Rubicon takeoffs on my sport and have it set at 32.75" on the Jscan. That puts my speedometer approximately 3% fast at 37-40psi which is fine with me so I can avoid getting blitzed by speed cameras. If you want to be most accurate, I think 32.5" should be maybe 1% faster than GPS.
I recently purchased all the parts and license for Jscan and for 80 bucks, I was able to reprogram the speedo and change a few settings here and there. If you are just looking at the basics, you can't go wrong with Jscan and you can reuse the OBD reader (and little bypass dongle if you have...
Your speedo will be 2-4 percent off so it's up to you if you want to recalibrate or not. I live in Germany so I plan on recalibrating it to avoid being blitzed by those speed traps. You can move your TPMS over and it'll work fine. There are budget spacer lift kits but if you're looking for an...
Been looking at options to mount my skis in the winter on my soft top. Was this a one time proof of concept or have you been using the rack like that? What's the maximum weight you've thrown on top of the rack?
Are you using stock wheels? The stock Sport or Sport S wheels will rub if you run 285 series or wider tires. You will need wheel spacers or either Rubicon or aftermarket wheels with less backspacing if you want 33s with stock ride height.
My manual ‘19 Sport with takeoffs from 3 different Rubicons. Wheels and tires of a JTR, rock rails off a JLR, and suspension off a JLUR. All that’s left that I would like are the axles with lockers and transfer case.
The LCA and spacers are all optional and can be done either during the suspension swap or afterwards. I only did shocks and springs and eventually Gladiator Rubicon takeoff wheels and tires. On road, any difference in handling in minor at most but it feels much better off road. There is a slight...
Picked up a set of Gladiator Rubicon wheels for a good price yesterday. It seems there aren’t too many JLs running these wheels. If y’all are wondering what it looks like on a two door JL, here’s my ‘19 Sport with JLUR shocks and springs and JTR wheels.
I didn't measure before and after but that sounds about right. For now, I'm sticking with this Rubi takeoffs and 33s when I get them. I may upgrade in the future to aftermarket but that's way in the future.
I did this in the parking lot of my apartment complex. All you really need is are jackstands, jack, set of sockets and wrenches, and other basic tools. Spring compressor which you can rent at AutoZone is optional. A mechanically inclined person can do the swap in a few hours.