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  1. 392 takeoff suspension on a regular rubicon

    I think I posted the measurements here in this thread. I can’t recall right now but they are longer than the stock ones.
  2. Initial impressions of my Mickey Thomson Baja Boss AT’s

    I also lost MPGs with these tires and I don’t drive that spirited.
  3. Initial impressions of my Mickey Thomson Baja Boss AT’s

    Yes, plenty of space with the plastic bumper but now rubs a little after swapping to a OEM steel bumper. If this was a true 35” tire I would not fit with the OEM steel bumper, this tires just measures 34”.
  4. how much did you pay for your Jeep?

    2020 JLUR 45k. Bought it in July 9 2020.
  5. Squirrelly JL Rubicon

    No, only springs, shocks and links are different. The rest is the same. That’s why I ordered the longer MOPAR LCAs.
  6. Squirrelly JL Rubicon

    I used those arms with a 392 takeoff suspension and with 35s drives like stock. When I measured the angle at the pumpkin I go 0° which is 6° caster.
  7. Squirrelly JL Rubicon

    I would go lower psi. Do the chalk test. I switched to 35s and they are load D and went down to 30 psi. The Jeep drove normally like before but the tire installer put 37 psi and going over bumps was to harsh. I don’t really understand why some people get all these bad driving characteristics...
  8. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    Only shocks, springs and links are different. Control arms and track bars are the same. I installed the MOPAR 1/4” longer lower control arms and the angle at the pumpkin hole for measurements and I got 0° so that should be 6° of caster.
  9. 392 takeoff suspension on a regular rubicon

    It looks like it has a rake because of the way I took the photo but it doesn’t.
  10. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    My guess is that you will gain around 1” lift and it will look like the 392 since both have similar weights. I think I gain 2” juts because mine is around 430 pounds lighter than the 392. In the end, if you want more height, you can get taller 2.5” lift springs and use the shocks. In regards of...
  11. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    2.75” total but before the lift, I lost 3/4” with the bumper and winch. So 2” net.
  12. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    Here is my 4cyl Rubi on 35s with a 392 suspension takeoff (bottom) for comparison. I call it The cheap XR package.
  13. Fair price for a used OEM rear steel bumper?

    I paid $350 for mine.
  14. Jeep fail

    No I meant the "unlimited" badge on the Jeep is dumb... cars dont badge "4 door" so why does jeep think I want to remove "unlimited" from every jlu jeep? They prob thought it was all cute and a play on words "unlimited" but it just means 4 door and it just is a 2 minute hassle to trash...
  15. 392 takeoff suspension on a regular rubicon

    Thanks. I guess with lifts and tire sizes there is no “true” anything. Lifts depend on your added weight to the vehicle and tires are not true 33”, 35” or 37”. My “35s” are just 34s.
  16. 392 takeoff suspension on a regular rubicon

    The suspension works great. Drove over 150 miles with no problems on the road. Off-roading feel great. Full flex at bump stops no problem. Wanted to mention that the front overall lift gain was 2.75” however, it is really just 2” since I lost 3/4” with the bumper and winch.
  17. 392 takeoff suspension on a regular rubicon

    No changes to bump stops. I might get the ones from the MOPAR lift kit later.
  18. 392 takeoff suspension on a regular rubicon

    I measured the front from the top spring cup border to the hole pointed by the arrow to have a more accurate reading with the tape measure, instead of going that all the way down to the axle tube.
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