Fox 2.5 DSC and Rubicon Express 2.5 inch lift installed

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    Hello,
    After installing my Mopar Beadlock wheels(with beauty rings) I decided to lift my JLUR since it has the normal fenders and was rubbing under articulation.

    The ride is almost factory like with much better dampening. I still need to try it off road to see. Next step would be to install the high fenders since our region gets the Rubicon with normal fenders.

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    What lift size shocks did you run? Did you go with the 2"-3" set, or 3.5"-4" set?
     
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    Would love to hear more on the fox 2.5 shocks once you test them off road
     
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    Well,

    Just tested the suspension setup this past weekend.
    FYI,
    The shock part numbers are as follows:
    FOX 883-26-50 Front (Lift 2-3")
    FOX 883-26-54 Rear (Lift 2-3")

    The car did not rub in any situation and I was really pleased.
    I took it to some steep inclines and angles and it performed great with lots of 3 wheel driving.

    Loved the ride and the fact that the wheels no longer rub the fenders (god damn those spacers!)

    I am posting two videos. One with the whole trip and the other zooming in on the articulation of suspension parts. There was an ever steeper hill but my drone's battery was dead by then so couldn't capture that.

    Enjoy



     
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