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I have been posting up threads and questions for the past couple of months, making sure I was checking all my boxes... Phase 1 of the build has begun. Quick shout out to Corona, with out you cancelling the big wedding plans, this never would have happened this soon lol

2020 JLUR, Bright White

Phase 1
Metalcloak 3.5" Gamechanger w/ 6 Pak Shocks
Metalclaok Front Drive Shaft
Yukon 5.13 Gears
Motobilt Diff Covers
Tazer Lite
Method MR305s Red/Black
Milestar Patagonia's 37 or 38s...still haven't fully decided on that.





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I have been posting up threads and questions for the past couple of months, making sure I was checking all my boxes... Phase 1 of the build has begun. Quick shout out to Corona, with out you cancelling the big wedding plans, this never would have happened this soon lol

2020 JLUR, Bright White

Phase 1
Metalcloak 3.5" Gamechanger w/ 6 Pak Shocks
Metalclaok Front Drive Shaft
Yukon 5.13 Gears
Motobilt Diff Covers
Tazer Lite
Method MR305s Red/Black
Milestar Patagonia's 37 or 38s...still haven't fully decided on that.
You will NOT be anything other than pleased with your lift and choice of shocks! I went from 33's to 35's w/ mt and stock 410's. Going to 37's with next set and probably only going with 488's. It is perfectly geared now as it is for me so I don't want to gear it way low. Still driving the country to where I go out.

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Cleoncini

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You will NOT be anything other than pleased with your lift and choice of shocks! I went from 33's to 35's w/ mt and stock 410's. Going to 37's with next set and probably only going with 488's. It is perfectly geared now as it is for me so I don't want to gear it way low. Still driving the country to where I go out.
Looking good! I live in elevation to begin with, and this is still going to be a daily driver for me, so 5.13s might be a little too much at the beginning, but once I load up with skids, and bumpers, then I think it will make it more appropriate.
 

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Looking good! I live in elevation to begin with, and this is still going to be a daily driver for me, so 5.13s might be a little too much at the beginning, but once I load up with skids, and bumpers, then I think it will make it more appropriate.
We are leaving CA for CO or ID within 6 mths. That may change the game. More will be revealed...
 
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First shot of the new look. Waiting for alignment to fix the steering wheel they didn’t center. Then 500 miles of gear break in.

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