Diesel JL Club Thread

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What are these? Hydraulic lines?

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Three weeks old, cain't believe the power and ride difference from out 2014 Sahara. We went with the 2 inch Mopar lift and 35 Nitto tires. No road noise from tires and Wife loves the sky one touch.

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Looks GREAT, Mopar lift and 35's is a awesome setup :like:
 

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Looks GREAT, Mopar lift and 35's is a awesome setup :like:
Thanks rocky4by, we waited a year to get this thing and are enjoying every minute. At first my bride was intimated by the size and now I cain't get behind the driver's wheel 😁.
 

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Once its tuned then i will lift it and get 37"s! Cant wait :D
What tune or tuner are you planning on using? No tune or even tazer on mine yet. I'm a bit of a stickler trying to stay in warranty. Even used the mopar calibration. So far, I have not noticed any need for a tune after the lift and 37's other than a bit lower fuel mpg.
 

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What tune or tuner are you planning on using? No tune or even tazer on mine yet. I'm a bit of a stickler trying to stay in warranty. Even used the mopar calibration. So far, I have not noticed any need for a tune after the lift and 37's other than a bit lower fuel mpg.
I am waiting for the tunes to come out and honestly i was like you, thinking to keep it stock because of the warranty but.. I keep venturing further and further and i dont want to worry about adding DEF or that the Jeep wont start because i damaged the DEF system on the trail.. Plus the tunes should make it 100 times more reliable anyway!

But yes power wise and mpg wise with 37"s is no issue with the amount of torque it has
 

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