That's expected. The rear is actually higher, you just can't compare the front to rear because the Rubicon has raised front fenders by about 1".Went to my dealership today and while I was there, measured at least 4 JLUR 4xe w/ stock bumpers and tires (ko2). Noticed an interesting trend; all the fronts measured 1/2 inch taller than the rears. They were consistently 24.5" (front) and 24" (rear) - measured to the same spot on the fender. This makes sense due to the placement of the battery on the 4xe. So this begs the question of whether it makes sense to swap the spacers of the spacer lift kits and put the taller spacer in the rear....especially for overlanders and car campers who will mostly be adding weight to the rear of the Jeep. Where might I be going wrong with this line of thought?