I initally went to buy a Mojito or Ocean Blue. Once I saw the Mojito, i decided it was not a long term color for me. I liked the Ocean Blue. Before we even went to the dealer, my wife was saying how much she liked Sting Gray. Once we looked at all the colors on the lot, Sting Gray it was. 2...
Nothing at all and no noticable ride change. Not obvious in looks, but I could tell that "something" changed the first few times getting into it.
I joke that I put on the World's Smallest Lift Kit.
A fellow 4x4 club member and I, both with JLURs, the nain difference being his is a hard top...
Specifically says for Steel spare. Maybe the thickness of the steel wheel vs aluminum and the length of the stud on the carrier? If it snugs the wheel up and doesnt bottom out the locking lug on the stud, I'd run it.
I've used these on srock Rubicon and AEV Borah wheels
Put mine up on the ramp at the Mud4Blood blood drive again this year. Kind of surprised that my JLUR with only a 3/4" spacer lift and different wheels went 69.5" up a 30° ramp vs a bone stock JLUR right behind me getting 65" up.
I liked the look of my OEM Rubicon wheels. I tried running spacers but felt it made my steering feel different. If the Quadratec knockoffs had been avaiable when I was buying I would have considered them. I really wanted a removable rash ring and went with AEV Borahs instead.
I did not use the longer LCAs. Just reused the ones I had.
The spacers went on top of the isolaters per the instructions that came with the kit.
3.6 v6 with Auto transmision. Not the e-Torque.
Mine is a factory soft top with steel bumpers.
With the winch, its slightly lower in the front...
I've been wishy washy about the color on my rash rings. First Onyx, then Rustoleum Plasti-dipped red, then Onyx and now painted Regal Red. I like how it turned out. Close to the red on the Rubicon sticker and Jeep Badges. I also swapped out the original hex bolts for allen button head style...