Actual Height of JLUR?

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Has anyone actually measured their JLUR? Parking at my company works based on seniority, and the best garage is also the shortest. The entrance signs say 6'4". I just got my upgrade offer to park in the good garage. My JK fit but didn't leave me feeling great in terms of clearance. Would a JLUR fit, and how much buffer would I have just in case those measurements aren't 100% accurate?
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Stock height of the Rubicon is 6'2" I believe, depending on hard top v soft top. I have a Sport S with a 2.5in lift and 35in tires and I barely fit inside my 6'6" parking garage with less than an inch to spare
 

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Has anyone actually measured their JLUR? Parking at my company works based on seniority, and the best garage is also the shortest. The entrance signs say 6'4". I just got my upgrade offer to park in the good garage. My JK fit but didn't leave me feeling great in terms of clearance. Would a JLUR fit, and how much buffer would I have just in case those measurements aren't 100% accurate?
You *should* be fine if you're stock height/tires. Best way to be sure is to go in on a weekend with the soft top up (the tallest configuration) and see if you hit anything. Obviously driving slowly under any low points. In my wife's work garage that has a 6'2" clearance, there is only one place I found where the JLUR will very gently brush.

On a related note, am I the only idiot who ducks their head driving in a low garage? As if that will help.
 

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Hard top or soft top will more than likely be the determining factor. My garage at home only has 75" of clearance, thanks to a old one piece shin kicker door, and my JLR with a hard top just clears with probably less then an inch. It's almost the exact same height as my previous JKU which had a leveling kit and 33s. Mine is only a two door and I don't have any steel bumpers so depending on options the height will vary slightly. But to answer your question with 76" of clearance I would guess you buffer is going to between 1-2"

Looking at jeeps of similar setups sitting right next to each other in dealer lots you can see how much higher the soft tops are.
 

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Sounds like an obvious excuse for an air up/down system.
 
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Thanks everyone. Went out and measured last night and with the hard top on it looks like closer to 73". Tough to get exact with just a tape measure and me being less than 6' tall. But I think I'm good! At least with the hard top - I assume the soft top will bump it up a bit but not enough that I should hit. Hopefully. Good parking here I come!
 
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