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Why angled down vs angled up?
I like the look better than the angled up. Even though they are angled down they still aren’t lower than the frame rails. My girlfriend appreciates the lower step in as well
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Took off the wrangler unlimited stickers and added some proper ecodiesel emblems. These are the OEM Mopar emblems from the newer ram trucks. Two different emblems were made a gloss for the older rams. And a newer matte black. With all the matte plastic bits on the Jeep decided on the matte black ones which are about 60 each. The gloss are cheaper around 35

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Also found out that after the fact the artec brackets will accommodate the D-SS (side shooter) Pro lights so I bit the bullet and upgraded the standard d series to the D-SS. The D-SS not only look better but put out a good amount of light to the sides.

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Almost there! As it sits today. Few changes. Took off the red side vent surrounds. Swapped the a-pillar lights to D-SS pros. Added the rockhard sliders. Swapped the fogs to Rigid 360’s. Waiting on my rotopax mounts to get here. Roof rack and skid plates are yet to be ordered but once that happens I should be all done!!

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Looks awesome.....really clean and tasteful.....plus capable. You got it all going on!
 

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Swapped out the Maximus bracket and morimoto xb fog combo for the rigid 360 4” fogs. I purchased the rigid d series pro for the artec a pillar mounts only to later confirm that the D-SS Pro(side shooter) for the artec brackets as well. They should be here Friday so I’ll get those swapped out this weekend. In the past I have always used Baja designs but with the artec brackets using a rigid mounting dimension decided to go all rigid and am really happy.
I love the build. For the fog light; is that the Rigid p/n #36110? I want to replace my factory fogs and noticed that Rigid offers the one you have and also an OE kit. I prefer what you’ve done, but not sure if there is additional hardware required.
 
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I love the build. For the fog light; is that the Rigid p/n #36110? I want to replace my factory fogs and noticed that Rigid offers the one you have and also an OE kit. I prefer what you’ve done, but not sure if there is additional hardware required.
i have the 37110. the 36110 does not include the mounting brackets needed. rigid makes a few different mouting options depending on your bumper. i have the OE steel bumpers and the 37110 is the correct mounting bracket. the 36110 are the lights only and will not bolt up without a bracket
 

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i have the 37110. the 36110 does not include the mounting brackets needed. rigid makes a few different mouting options depending on your bumper. i have the OE steel bumpers and the 37110 is the correct mounting bracket. the 36110 are the lights only and will not bolt up without a bracket
What I don't understand is the 37110 has fog lights without the little bolts around the lens. Yours does which I really like the look. The only lights I can find like that are the stand alone lights 36110. Maybe you can shed some light on this. Thank you.
 
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What I don't understand is the 37110 has fog lights without the little bolts around the lens. Yours does which I really like the look. The only lights I can find like that are the stand alone lights 36110. Maybe you can shed some light on this. Thank you.
i ordered the 37110, from what i know all the fog light kits use the 4" 360 series lights and the lights are no different between the 37110 and 36110 only the mounting bracket.
 

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Yes still running the stock 3.73. Honestly haven’t had any issues nor even felt the need to regear. Prior to the build I had every intention of doing 4.56 now I’m really questioning that.
I just ordered a diesel and I’m curious about the fuel mileage. How much was your fuel mileage affected when you added 37” tires?
 
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I just ordered a diesel and I’m curious about the fuel mileage. How much was your fuel mileage affected when you added 37” tires?
I got my Jeep lifted at 1500 miles so not even close to being broken in but I was getting about 27 highway. 24 city and that’s driving really easy on throttle. Post lift I’m seeing about 25-26 highway and 22-24 city. I have a short commute and I find that it definitely consumes more fuel when the engine is cold and is also sluggish. Runs a million times better once it’s at temp. I’d say the 37”s cost me 3-4 mpg’s
 

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Without lift or other mods, I'd also agree that the 37s cost me 3-4 mpg.
 

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Finally, after waiting what felt like forever after ordering(really was only 12.5 weeks) I took delivery on my 2021 Diesel rubicon 10/7. The order was a fully loaded rubicon msrp just under 65k. Just got the build more or less completed. Got the lift and suspension bits all done by the guys at Bull Run 4x4. Can't recommend them highly enough. Honest, professional, and really good at what they do.

The ATS stabilizer isn't a straight bolt in given the 2" Aluminum tie rod. on a stock car the ATS stabilizer bolts in just like factory, problem is that it still hangs low. the Doetsch tie rod and drag link kit you can add the stabilizer flip kit which includes a 2" clamp for the tie rod. problem is the through shaft stabilizer mounts with a different bracket but to the same OEM locations. so the guys over at Bull run fabbed and welded up a bracket so it is flipped higher above the tie rod. I'm leaving out all the little things like powder coating, tpms, and all the smaller details. but it rides fantastic could not be happier with how it turned out. And I know the jam nut on the drag link isn't torqued these were mid install pictures. haven't had a chance to take new ones, as I've been too busy driving the jeep.

I was averaging about 27.2 highway miles, with the 37's I'm getting 25-27 highway, 23-24city. next up are skids and diff covers. Huge thank you goes out to @BullRun4x4 and [email protected]

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-Brawlee LED Tailgate light
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Nice rig Doc........ I too am running the fox 2.5 resi dsc ‘s ....... best shocks I’ve owned for sure........ nice work here......:like:.
 

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Do you think regearing would restore the fuel mileage?
Maybe regain some at 4.56, but I probably wouldn't go lower than that with 37-38" tires I plan to keep running. I can also blame some recent drop in mileage on the added load bars and now ski box, too.
 
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