So, now I have a 2019 JLU Rubicon. It's my daily driver - but I am absolutely determined to make sure it earns it's Rubicon badge. I'm planning a couple of extended trips out west to do the actual Rubicon trail, and to hit as many of the other acclaimed trails as we can along the way. (It's a bucket list thing) I'm looking for advice from those of you who have actually run some of these trails in a JLUR as to what mods you would consider necessary, while keeping my ride a practical grocery-getter. I've seen where some have taken their stock JLUR on these iconic trails - but my experience on some local trails has shown that while the stock JLUR is a really freaking capable vehicle, it still has room for improvement. It seems to me like the western trails require more of an emphasis on clearance and articulation - am I right? To get to the point - will a 2" Mopar lift , 35" tires and full skid plates get it done? Oh, and I really don't want tires to extend outside the fender flairs, so what about using stock wheels and no spacers? I love the YouTube channels about Jeepin' on those western trails but some of these guys make it seem like you're in for a world of hurt if you're not on a 4" lift and 40" tires with bead locks. I feel that putting a huge lift and monstrously large and heavy tires on this vehicle would ruin it's street-ability. I came to own a Jeep after 30 years of driving 4WD trucks and have experienced the loss of ride comfort and handling when you cross that certain threshold. Looking for comments - but please stick to actual trail & street performance and don't bring looks into the conversation. Also know that my interest in running these renown trails is about completing them. I want to get from start to finish but have no interest in putting my jeep at risk of rolling over just to challenge my ability to navigate gnarly obstacles. (although I have a history of being drawn into taking on some nutso challenges).