Here's a reference list another forum member put together that should be helpful
Only springs and shocks are different on the Rubicon. Other components are the same unless you choose to upgrade. For example on my installation I added mopar lift LCAs for improved caster.
Your suspicions are correct. Those look like Sahara spring numbers. Afraid they won't add much lift to your Sport (maybe 0.25" - 0.5" rear)
I would also verify your shock and mopar lift LCA part numbers. If those are correct, then all you need are Rubicon springs.
Use this list for reference...
Appreciate your post. However, this video does not address the reported problem. The issue in this thread is "not retaining" the volume level adjustment after setting the new volume level.
The frustration is the Uconnect always defaults back to 15 even if you've set it to 10 (for example)...
There are some issues with tire mount bike racks on our JLs. One is compatibility with the 3rd brake light (doesn't block it) and weight capacity unless you're running a reinforced spare tire mount.
For these reasons, most of us run hitch mount.
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This is a good thread and a valid question. I don't have Metalcloak Gamechanger lift installed, but I'm assuming the passenger side lean is because the Gamechanger lift spring lengths are the same for driver/passenger side.
I learned when I installed a Rubicon lift on my JLU, the passenger side...
No, I had some steering wander issues early on before a series of TSBs/updates and reduces psi at that time. Too high psi can also cause part of the problem. Working well overall and steering is solid now. No urgent reason for changing/increasing.