I did this some time ago before I added the 1.5" lift and 35" tires. If I recall correctly the height before the lift was 76", but not totally sure. I limited myself to the current lift and tires and it fits in my garage by about an inch. I do have issues if I need to park in underground...
I will check the gas cap. As for the second, I did get the fender lights kit from American Adventure Labs, perhaps that has to do with this error code. The jeep drives correctly and has no other issues. It is strange that after clearing it, it doesn't come back for a month or more. It also...
You do understand there are parts shortages due to the supply chain issues. With all the container ships waiting to be offloaded, everyone is affected. While it sucks not having your tire right now, you won’t get much relief from any other auto manufacturer.
Get the one that bolts down on the floor, not the side. I was bent in half trying to get the side mount dead pedal installed. Decided to throw it out for the floor mounted version. Took more time looking for the wrench than it did to install.
American Adventure Labs has these
I assume you were asking me, but I have the Skyjacker 1.5 lift kit, Falcon 3.3 shocks, Falcon Steering Stabilizer, TeraFlex LCA, Steersmart yeti front and rear track bar, drag link, tie rod. I also have the American Adventure Labs fender lights.
On my JLUR with 35” tires, I installed the Skyjacker 1.5 springs, Falcon 3.3 shocks, and TeraFlex LCA’s. I also installed Steersmart components. It rides like stock and has a proportionate lift for the tires. I am pleased how it turned out.
Some height will also be added if you get a roof rack. I decided to get just the 35” tires and a small 1.5 lift on my Rubicon with a rhino rack. I have about an 1” of space between the garage door and the roof rack.
I wanted the same thing as you for my Rubicon. I didn’t want the full 2.5 lift with 35‘s, but still wanted a spring lift. I ended up going with the Skyjacker 1.5 springs with Falcon 3.3 shocks. I also got Teraflex fixed LCA‘s to bring the caster out and reduce steering wander. I couldn’t be...