Does anyone know if the shock mounts will be the same on the JLU as the JKU?

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I want to by some Teraflex Falcon 3.3 shocks to use on my 2016 JKU. I am hoping to be able to transfer them over to a 2018 JLU when I pick one up next year.





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I want to by some Teraflex Falcon 3.3 shocks to use on my 2016 JKU. I am hoping to be able to transfer them over to a 2018 JLU when I pick one up next year.
Nobody knows for sure, but with the new axles on the Rubicon, it is unlikely they will directly transfer. You would have a better chance I suppose if you are planning on buying a Sport or Sahara.
 

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I saw a video where they mentioned the shocks are much easier to mount because of the redesign of the bolts so I am fairly sure they are different from the JK.
 

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They are definitely different. The front ones are eye too eye. No more stem
 

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Also the rear shocks are mounted outside of the frame now.
 

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