Need JLUR Stock height measurement

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Just put in the 2.5" Clayton overland kit and 35" km3 on my JLU Rubicon and forgot to take the measurement of the base height prior to doing the work to have as a reference for the MA state safely inspection.


For the inspection they measure from the bottom door line of the front driver door. So if someone could help me out and just measure from the door line to the ground.

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Just put in the 2.5" Clayton overland kit and 35" km3 on my JLU Rubicon and forgot to take the measurement of the base height prior to doing the work to have as a reference for the MA state safely inspection.


For the inspection they measure from the bottom door line of the front driver door. So if someone could help me out and just measure from the door line to the ground.

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You will want to measure yours , so buy 2 yard sticks and measure .
 
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You will want to measure yours , so buy 2 yard sticks and measure .
Sorry if I was not clear on my initial post, I am asking someone to measure their stock unlimited Rubicon because I forgot to do so before starting to put on my lift.
 

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Sorry if I was not clear on my initial post, I am asking someone to measure their stock unlimited Rubicon because I forgot to do so before starting to put on my lift.
So locate a same one on a dealer lot by building one on Jeep.com , and bring your 2 yard sticks to the dealer lot .
 

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According to this, it is 73.6" https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...ons-measurements-cargo-trunk-rear-seats.2258/

I measured my stock JLUR (factory tires, no lift) just now, but I currently have the soft top on it, not my hard top. It is 71.5" front (top of the front by the windshield), 72.5" back edge height.

Here are some other crazy measurements - https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...dy-opening-frame-and-gap-flush-2-4-door.8988/
Thanks for the info and thanks for the measurement, i measured 74" front and 75 rear with a soft top so I'm right on the 3.5" mark as expected


In MA there is a formal to figure out max lift based on vehicle dimensions in the tallest package. Depending on the source state agency, for the JLU max lift is between 3.5"-5" over the Rubicon.
 
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Just put in the 2.5" Clayton overland kit and 35" km3 on my JLU Rubicon and forgot to take the measurement of the base height prior to doing the work to have as a reference for the MA state safely inspection.


For the inspection they measure from the bottom door line of the front driver door. So if someone could help me out and just measure from the door line to the ground.

Thanks
Just measured mine for you which is still stock for now with hardtop on- 23 7/8" from ground to bottom of driver door
 
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Just measured mine for you which is still stock for now with hardtop on- 23 7/8" from ground to bottom of driver door
great thank you
 
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