285/70/17 on 2 Door Sport

  1. DaKushyMonster

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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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    DaKushyMonster

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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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    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 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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    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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    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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    that is the right way, you take it off and cutt off extra so end cap is sealed
     
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    I don't wanna cut the plastic haha, just take them off and store them that's all. lol
     
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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.
     
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    What tool do i use to remove them ???
     
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    Lol you beat me to it :like:
     
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    285/70R17 KO2 on sport with Rubi take off suspension

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