285/70/17 on 2 Door Sport

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Post pics if you have 285/70/17s on your 2 door JL! I have 33” Wrangler Duratrac with a 1.5” teraflex performance kit and 1.5” wheel spacers. No rubbing so far, haven’t taken offroad yet.

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Base sport with take off rubicon shocks and springs, and teraflex 1.5 inch spacer lift, teraflex bump stops, 285/70/17 duratracs on rubicon take off wheels. Stock and present photos

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Is this a 2019? If so what tool did you use to remove the bumper-fender filler things
 

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Is this a 2019? If so what tool did you use to remove the bumper-fender filler things
I ended up using a good knife, I started with a dremel and ugly chewed up plastic.

My benchmade cut through it like butter and I felt silly trying hard way.
 
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I ended up using a good knife, I started with a dremel and ugly chewed up plastic.

My benchmade cut through it like butter and I felt silly trying hard way.

I don’t wanna cut up the plastic though I’d like to take it off the right way in case I decide to put them back on for whatever reason.
 

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Here is my 2 door Sport S with Rubicon Takeoffs. No lift yet.

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Here is my 2 door Sport S with Rubicon Takeoffs. No lift yet.

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The teraflex 1.5” performance lift is cheap and makes a good difference. You have no rubbing with stock suspension and no wheel spacers?
 

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The teraflex 1.5” performance lift is cheap and makes a good difference. You have no rubbing with stock suspension and no wheel spacers?
I just picked up a JLU Rubicon (with steel bumper and trailering package options) takeoff suspension. I am hoping to get a 1.5" to 2" lift.
 

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I don't wanna cut the plastic haha, just take them off and store them that's all. lol
That's all you need to do. Those are weather-proof connectors in there. Pretty much zero chance of water or mud impacting them. Same as a lot of the JK aftermarket bumpers that left the fog light wiring exposed.

I've had mine uncovered for 7k miles with mud, water, and rain and no issues.
 
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That's all you need to do. Those are weather-proof connectors in there. Pretty much zero chance of water or mud impacting them. Same as a lot of the JK aftermarket bumpers that left the fog light wiring exposed.

I've had mine uncovered for 7k miles with mud, water, and rain and no issues.


What tool do i use to remove them ???
 
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