I bought this off another member here with a low mileage rubicon. I was going to install on my JLUS before I sold it. Located in central Indiana. $300 firm. I paid $400 so I am already selling at a loss.
I have the adapter to work with the bracket that came with the bumper. The problem is the bracket that came with the bumper (used with LEDs) does not work with the bumper. I found a fix for it and will post pics later.
So here is what I have found. I swapped the stock piece (left) with the adapter piece (middle) to attach to bracket (right). Still missing a hole for the right bracket... bumper taken apart and the drilling will commence!
I ordered a 3 piece bumper with no fog lights because I was planning on reinstalling the stock ones. It looks like a hole is missing on the bumper to install the brackets. It has two holes horizontal but not one at the top. I’m debating just drilling the hole. Anyone else have this issue?
I have 285/70r17 duratracs on stock rims with no rubbing. They are slightly taller than stock so I guess it depends on if you have any room at all to go larger. They make 285/65r17 but your options of tire are extremely limited. Can't go any wider than 285 in your size range so take your pic. No...
I am actually picking up a rubi suspension tomorrow for $100 with the LCAs. I am told that the LCAs are the same for the rubis. However, I have also heard extended LCAs improve the alignment and reduce the chance of death wobble. I will be doing the work myself as it is relatively simple.
Little unusual but today I hauled some 8’ wood from the local store... it can be done! Protect all surfaces with moving blankets and strapped down the wood. Makes a decent arm rest! Taking a chance in the event of an accident though.