What you've just said is contradictory.Thank you for this informative response. I’m also considering this lift but heard it’s very firm and when trail riding feels like you are bottoming out on holes because it hits so hard. How does it feel on the bumps?
The problem with people expecting Jeep suspension to ride like luxury cars-I had the Mopar lift on my Sport and I wasn't impressed. It rode stiffer than many other lifts, and as some people have mentioned, the lift actually yields more than 2" on a Sport (lifts are generally rated on how much it will add to a Rubicon, so add another 1-1.5" for Sport/Sahara models).
When I bought my Rubicon, going from the Mopar lifted Sport to the stock Rubi it felt like I was in a luxury car. if/when the Rubicon gets lifted, I'll be doing my homework for sure this time. I've seen good reviews on the Dynatrac 2", but again I'll be studious before pulling the trigger.
As for warranty, I've heard it mentioned out of fear of voiding the warranty that people should consider the Mopar lift. This is what I've been told from my cousin that works at a Jeep dealer, and it has been blindly verified on another forum by a Jeep service manager: Your drivetrain warranty is safe if you stay with 2.5" max and no larger than 33" diameter tires. If your transmission gives, for example, under those conditions your warranty stays intact. It's also worth mentioning that 315/70/17 KM3's on 8.5 inch wide wheels, even new the tires measure 33".
Thanks.Wow that's a very clean Jeep for where's it's been.