Redskinfan72

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I would think keeping the spare lower would help visibility out the back? Is it rubbing the bumper too much? Shaking? The stock Rubicon tires will work well with your Jeep. IMHO

More: If you should run across another 2 door Rubicon giving away their suspension, that will give you a bit of clearance but still a nice ride.
I am selling my stock Rubicon Suspension! $300 for everything you see pictured!

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Bsek23

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Update: still no tires can’t decide what brand and model to get

Well this is my JL two door still deciding what tires to put on, I want to keep stock rims maybe get the OEM black rims don’t know yet, It has a rubicon express 2.5” lift.
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Creeker

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Bought a CJ about two years ago.
As things have progressed with that build, it is more of a Frankin Jeep now and not all that great for the street.
Liked the CJ so much, thought a two door JL would great for light trails and street use.
JL's are one of the few 4x4 vehicles available with a manual gear box; however finding the 'right one' on a dealer's lot was not going to happen.
Therefore, one was ordered from a local dealership.
In little less than a month, the JL arrived at the dealership.
Great to have the Jeep home.

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