Public Service Announcement...The answer is yes, you can get 35’s on a 2 door Willys.
I'd be happy to help, I've had the good fortune to help many folks from Hawaii my contact information is below.Any chance of getting a 2024 Rubicon plus with Extreme Recon for 7 percent below Invoice like the good old in 2016 Jeep Wrangler days? Time to trade up as I am located in North Georgia but retired. Last Duty assignment was Hawaii and will ship over after a year in CONUS. I am willing to travel to retrieve if available at 6-7 percent off invoice.
Yes, that was clarified in post #98 a couple months (and more than a couple hundred posts) ago after actual order books opened. That info can get lost in a long thread like this.Public Service Announcement...
Just to clarify... The XR package with 35's is not available on the 2024 2 door Wrangler. The only way to get 35's on your 2 door is the old fashioned way, to buy them aftermarket and have them put on.
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Wrong? Maybe he's not completely informed. He stated that the 2.0 and 3.6 conventional ICE Rubicons all get the full floater and increased towing capacity, not mentioning the much maligned 2-Door with the same drivetrain that'll never really be certified to tow 5,000 pounds.That we know of... So, you think that he's wrong?
Okay, you've had your fun (Poor guy was probably nervous) If he's wrong regarding which builds have the 5K towing capacity I would really like to know. As someone who has a 4xe Rubicon X on order I certainly hope that he's wrongHe also said '24's would hit dealer lots in Q3. You can get your hands on a '24 at any time now Should we ask him when the clutch fiasco will be solved? He probably doesn't even know about it
I'm under the impression based on the order sheets that ALL Rubicon's get the new full float axle in the rear, including the 4xe. I'm guessing there's something else that's playing into the towing capacity limits, not just the axle itself.Wrong? Maybe he's not completely informed. He stated that the 2.0 and 3.6 conventional ICE Rubicons all get the full floater and increased towing capacity, not mentioning the much maligned 2-Door with the same drivetrain that'll never really be certified to tow 5,000 pounds.