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It's hard not to keep building. The goal with this one is to be able to take it on the rubicon and other local trails with the kids. For the tougher stuff I have the TJ.


Credit due where credit deserved. I got all the skids on today but the rear DEF. The fit and finish was amazing. You guys make an amazing product. The only thing I had to do was grind a hair of material off the oil pan skid where it attaches to the cross member. It was incredibly minimal though and took less than 10 seconds with the grinder.

I'm incredibly happy with the skids and can't wait to drop them on some rocks. I'll definitely be placing an order of the diff skids/covers in the future.

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I'll get some better photos later since it started raining as I was finishing up.
Alex,
Would you mind if we used some of your photos? We'll give you credit on social media along with sending you a hat or something similar as a thanks....
-Hunter @ Next Venture Motorsports
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Alex,
Would you mind if we used some of your photos? We'll give you credit on social media along with sending you a hat or something similar as a thanks....
-Hunter @ Next Venture Motorsports
Go for it. I'll get some better photos later in the day as well.
 
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Alex,
Would you mind if we used some of your photos? We'll give you credit on social media along with sending you a hat or something similar as a thanks....
-Hunter @ Next Venture Motorsports
I took some better photos for you.
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First oil change today. While the jeep is actually covered for 3 free oil changes with the new oil pan skid I figured I should take the opportunity to install a stahlbus value for future oil changes.

Here's a link if anyone else is interested.

Stahlbus Oil Drain Valve Plug M14x1.5x12mm Steel - CLEAN, EASY, NO TOOL Oil Change - Includes Oil Drain Plug, Washer, Cap, Connector, Silicone Hose https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AMXAVX...abc_1AVN7C3K4E9CRJ1ZA0DT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

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Do you rub at all with the MC 2.5” lift and 37s when fully flexed out?

I can’t decide between 2.5” or 3.5” for 37s on a diesel JLUR
 
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Do you rub at all with the MC 2.5” lift and 37s when fully flexed out?

I can’t decide between 2.5” or 3.5” for 37s on a diesel JLUR
No rubbing at all. 2 pucks up front and 3 in the back. I need to pull the rear springs and cycle the suspension. My guess is 2 will work in the rear as well. If you go with MC get the spring correction pads for the front as well. Ours had quite a bow to the springs before adding the correction pads.

I would go with the 2.5 again if given the chance. It nets closer to 3.5" and I feel like you'd need 40s to benefit from the 3.5" or prehaps nittos which are true 37s vs the ko2s which measure closer to 35.5.
 
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