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  1. Wife’s Jealous of My Jeep

    What I would do: Option 1: Upgrade your stock suspension, then install the takeoff coils, shocks, etc. on her Jeep. Upgrade your stock wheels/tires and give them to her, or purchase a used set of Rubicon takeoff wheels/tires (285/70R17's)for her. Upgrade your stock rock rails and give her the...
  2. Misaligned my stock Front Steel Bumper :(

    I believe the spacers just make the mating surface between the winch plate and frame rails even.
  3. Misaligned my stock Front Steel Bumper :(

    Did you install the fairlead on the bumper before mounting the bumper to the frame? If so, the nuts holding the fairlead to the bumper might be sandwiched between the bumper and winch plate! It would push your bumper forward the thickness of the nut.
  4. California Los Angeles WTB - Mopar 82215351 Grille & Winch Guard

    Looking for someone in LA area selling a used Mopar 82215351 Grille & Winch Guard.
  5. Jeepeto III - JLUR XR Build Thread

    Looks like those stops are cut from the factory to fit the 315/70 K02's thats why they wont work with your tires. Last time I looked the Mopar branded stops that come in the kit are like > $100.... Let us know how the Energy Suspension one work!
  6. Warn Zeon vs VR evo

    Use the lower amp switches (#3 or #4) with the Warn Power Interrupt Solenoid as it only requires 5 amps.
  7. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    They should fit, VERY VERY likely they will fit if you go with K02's.... As the XR includes both the reinforcement bracket and the tire relocation bracket which moves the tire up and away from the tailgate.
  8. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    If its lifted, its only one of two ways; 1. Coil Springs - Need to verify part # on the XR against the known Rubicon part #'s 2. Spacer - I don't see one up there (but its hard to tell from the pic) and I doubt they would add a spacer. Someone posted a few pages back that they thought the part...
  9. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    I have never had any issue as long as I had enough room to let the axle droop. They paint the threads on those front bump stop extensions from the factory so you have the chase the threads before installing. Its one of those gotcha's!
  10. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    I wonder why they didn't just bolt a bump stop extension to the lower coil spring pad like the one that comes in the Mopar kit and call it a day? Why did they have to engineer that huge monstrosity...
  11. First Extreme Recon Edition Package Jeep JL Rubicon I’ve seen! - Added suspension + more pics

    Well this is indeed disappointing to me if the XR comes as pictured - speaking about the suspension specifically - I was expecting: Longer Coil Springs Longer LCA's (From the Mopar Lift) Longer Sway Bar Links (From the Mopar Lift) Extended Bump stops (Which it has in the front... Need rear...
  12. Installed Switched power Set up

    Yes split loom is good, but I heard reports of it melting in certain cases (I assume due to the heat in our engine compartments - perhaps due to the loom touching hot metal).
  13. Installed Switched power Set up

    Today I decided to see how much room was in that plastic wire rail. My findings: Its a royal pain in the @ss to open that plastic rail! There are tabs on the top and bottom that may need to be depressed depending on the wire you are trying to run. At minimum you need to open all the top tabs...
  14. Installed Switched power Set up

    Bumping this thread because I would like to use the plastic "rail" on the back of the firewall to run some wires from the drivers side of the engine compartment to the battery. How much room is in there for extra wiring? For example, would there be enough room for a ARB twin compressor power...
  15. Rear Locker Engaged at 70 mph

    There are some cases of this happening. Check out this thread; https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/“service-axle-locker-system”-light-on.13241/ FYI: If it's the sensor issue, there is no permanent "FIX" and the current solution is to replace the entire axle.
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