Also check on Facebook marketplace. I see Rubi takeoffs on there all the time for $200 or less. You can also find Rubi takeoff wheels and tires, usually with 1000 miles or under for $1200 or so. I have a JLU sport with both installed.Hey man. Nice looking jeep. Question for you as you may have the answer I'm looking for.
I also have a JLU Sahara with the BFG K02 tires -"Rubi Takeoffs".
I'm looking to lift my Sahara some (mostly for appearance) but don't really want to change the ride quality dramatically nor do I want a crazy lift to go off-roading.
How did you go about finding the rubi suspension and did you have a local guy install it? I'm no auto mechanic so will definitely have to have someone do it for me. Not looking to break the bank but want the more aggressive look for my Sahara.
Look at the caster range for a sport and for a rubicon. It's in the 6 degree range for a sport and 4 degree range for a Rubicon. Mopar took the same arms from a sport, threw them on a rubicon with a 2 inch lift, and instead of changing the arms to bing the caster back up to the sport recommendation, they just revised the range for the Rubicon.(Caster is at 5.5 degrees which is in the upper Mopar recommended range).