Dynatrac EnduroSport 2" lift...what to expect?

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I know jeeps are never level, but how level on all four corners is this kit, especially without having corner specific coils and springs like oem? Is there any lean?
I’ve measured mine and the lift is level and only impacted by the winch and other similar items.





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I wholeheartedly agree with your last point, this lift is perfect for the small 2" niche group, but it can't handle any significant weight like an overlander setup. My rig when fully loaded, the lift height is only about 1.25-1.5". My wife can't even tell if my rig is lifted or not, that is how bad it gets.

On the other hand, AEV is really nice for overlanders and they have some great quality product. Dynatrac is a well thought product, but I would not say they use the best materials.
Thank you for posting, this is exactly the info I have been trying to find. This kit sounds great, but my JL is already heavy with tent, front and rear bumpers. I mainly go overlanding and camping with the wife and kids, I tend to keep it loaded on the weekends.
 

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If it’s worth anything...I beat on mine daily and then drive it home. Of course it’s not meant for the double blacks, but it’s a nice drive home.

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looks great. What’s the wheel/tire setup there?
 

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Hey Sam..

Hey Sam.. Those are 315s right? Do u think the same lift would look ok on a 285 70r17? Because I'm seriously thinking of buying the dynatrac 2s but I just bought the 285 ko2s!!

Any thoughts to share about running the same lift on jlu sport 285 70r17 with -12 offset?
My Rubicon with stock 285 KO2’s with Dynatrac EnduroSport lift 👍🏼

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Hey Sam..

Hey Sam.. Those are 315s right? Do u think the same lift would look ok on a 285 70r17? Because I'm seriously thinking of buying the dynatrac 2s but I just bought the 285 ko2s!!

Any thoughts to share about running the same lift on jlu sport 285 70r17 with -12 offset?
I would like to know too. I’m debating between the TeraFlex ST1 spacers lift or the Dynatrac 2” with 285/70 R17.
 

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My Rubicon with stock 285 KO2’s with Dynatrac EnduroSport lift 👍🏼

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It looks good.. I guess with the sport
This makes me think that my Sport S would look good with 285/70 r17 tires. Especially with the Sport fender flairs.
Me too as it has less wheel space which will help close up the gap more than the rubi.

It seems that I'll wait till u decide and fix it 😂😂 so that I have a clear view
 

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I'm gonna need to install adjustable track bars f&r on one of these lifts....does anyone have center to center measurements you used?

I understand I can just play with it but a solid starting point will minimize the adjustments.
 

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I'm gonna need to install adjustable track bars f&r on one of these lifts....does anyone have center to center measurements you used?

I understand I can just play with it but a solid starting point will minimize the adjustments.
34-1/4” front....... 37-5/8” rear. On the rear that’s without relocation bracket. If you’re using a relo bracket, then make it same as stock track bar.
 

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I’m not a hardcore overlander. But say I loaded up the cargo area with some camping gear and a cooler for a 1-2 night camping trip, anyone think the suspension will still hold level? Or would I be squatting?
 

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I’m not a hardcore overlander. But say I loaded up the cargo area with some camping gear and a cooler for a 1-2 night camping trip, anyone think the suspension will still hold level? Or would I be squatting?
The only complaint I had with the Dynatrac lift on my 2020 JLUR was it didn't handle weight very well. On several mountain biking trips, the rear suspension bottomed out pretty hard over some mid sized bumps. I thought the springs were too soft for anything beyond daily driving.
 

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