Can you measure your shock eye-to-eye lengths? Same goes for any willing 392/diesel/Mojave owner.Intruder alert!
4xe guy here, love the video and setup. Thank you for sharing. Would you all happen to know if the 392 Rubi also sits higher than 4xe Rubi?
I know the 4xe Rubi sits 1” higher than a no-4xe Rubi, but not sure how it compares to a 392.
Long story short, I’m trying to determine if this video and thread will be relevant for me trying to run 37s on a stock suspension 4xe Rubi.
Stock 392 at ride height - eye-to-eye, my fronts are 21”, rear are 24” (hardtop on)Can you measure your shock eye-to-eye lengths? Same goes for any willing 392/diesel/Mojave owner.
At ride height my JLR's shocks are at 20" font, 22.5" rear. It would be interesting to see how others compare.
Interesting on the control arms - wonder if it comes with the Mopar ones?Longer sway bar links. Longer shocks. Control arms are longer. So basically it is a lift. I don’t know who told him that. We had a 21 2.0 right next to my 392 and did the measurements. Maybe mine is different. Lol
Believe existing studs require you to use 1.75” minimum.
Depending on the wheels, I've seen as low as 1"That would make sense why the smallest spacer I can find "off the shelf" is 1.75".
Do you notice any tire flexing (sidewall) on the Hwy ?I finally got around to uploading my video showing off how the Nitto Ridge Grappler 37's fit on the Wrangler 392 stock wheels with no lift. They look amazing, ride great and didn't really hurt the acceleration of the 392, but I do have some rubbing on the lower control arms at full turn, and it does rub the rear inner fender liners when I flexed it out. Let me know if you all have any questions.
I went with the Teraflex 1.75" spacers and I was also concerned that they would make the wheels sit too far out. I ended up being very happy with the stance:Would 1" wheel spacers be enough room for the 37"x12.5" Ridge Grapplers to clear on the stock wheels? I want to go out only as far as necessary to keep as much tire under the fender.