Probably just the wheels and tires for now, although your flex looks pretty good! That suspension probably adds an extra inch to inch and a half, doesn't it? But realistically I don't think the suspension is entirely needed for my setup. I only plan on light offroading, no rock climbing or anything too crazy. Unless you know a good deal...Are you trying to get just wheels/tires or also rubi suspension?
I have rubi suspension + wheels and tires. Awesome setup for a 2 door, I just need a front locker:
Check the member marketplace in this forum (Wheels / Tires / Brakes | 2018+ Jeep Wrangler Forums (JL / JLU) - Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, 4xe, 392 - JLwranglerforums.com) or just look around on Facebook marketplace. I got mine on FB, but lots and lots of folks sell their takeoffs here. Lots of stuff gets sold from OH.
IMO this is the sweet spot for a daily driver that will see some moderate to moderate+ forays half a dozen to dozen times a year,but spends most of its time on pavement in reality. Not too big to be taxing on the pavement,and not too small to struggle overcoming some obstacles. It's still a very capable wheeling rig. You can still do a LOT with 33s.If you're happy with 33's, then by all means, get a set of Rubicon takeoffs and you're good to go. Here's my '18 base 2-door Sport with JLUR springs/shocks/wheels/tires. For the type of trails I go on, it's a great setup. The closest legal wheeling is 3 hours away so I won't do difficult trails (not that experienced yet offroading) and can't risk breaking something on my daily driver either.
You can certainly take the ones you have now out and use those. Now one thing I've recently heard is that the newest Jeeps coming out of Toledo may have an even newer sensor. I'm not 100% sure those works with EVERY JL or just the most recent ones. So be cognizant of that if you get totally new takeoffs and I'll see if I can find anything on that, too.@The Fixer @roaniecowpony @Jank4AU Awesome! Thank you!
One quick question regarding take off's or new wheels, I've noticed a lot of them do not include the TPMS. Can I use the one in the stock Sport S rims? Or are they unique in some way? Basically I'm asking if I am limited to a seller who still has a TPMS or is it okay to get a set without and use the Sport S ones?