Pictures Please ! JLUR with Mopar 2" Lift & 35s

dannko

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I am the local car wash. I also don't like that kind of slinging, thus why I wish I could have afforded the Jeep wheels which should have kept the rubber under the fender.
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Mopar 2" and Nitto Ridge Grappler 35's. Do your research. I'm finding that the Mopar lift is incomplete and I just spent an additional $800 I'm parts to try and get it corrected.

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That looks awesome. What wheels are those?
 

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2018 JLUR 2 liter 4 Cylinder Turbo with 17” KMC XD Bully Wheels and 35” KM2 tires. Moved from a 2016 JKUR with same wheels and tires with a 3.5” Rubicon Express Lift among other upgrades and couldn’t be happier. Ride and performance us so much better. I felt like the JKUR steering was horrible compared to my new rig. With the Rubicon Stock high clearance fenders there is no need to lift it higher IMO.

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Around 16.8 mpg combined highway and city.
I don't know, it has been sitting in the garage. I bought it to pull on trips behind a motorhome. Didn't want to start daily driving until the lift was on so the underside is all nice and clean to install parts. Sand and grit on bolts makes for a tougher install.
 

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Here’s mine 2” Mopar with 35” tires and fuel beast. Drives like a sail boat on the freeway ha.

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Bro same.
 

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2 inch bds lift with fox shocks and ats steering stabilizer. I'm running 35x12.5r18 with a +1 offset rim. I couldn'tbe happier with how it turned out.

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My 2019 JLUR with Mopar 2" lift, 35in KO2s, Installed by dealer at delivery, full vehicle warranty including lift. Only getting about 13.5mpg, but all roads here are mountain roads. Someday I will get chance to drive it on somewhat level highway. It has been to a nearby (5 minutes) off road park and did well, used lockers and FSD, made it seem easy with the park owner riding with me (he was impressed with JLUR). I realize I am an OCD perfectionist type and dread scratches, will work on that, hard to change at 65yo (retired multiple franchise dealer - not Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Ford, VW, Subaru). The lift seems a bit more than 2", my Choc Lab has hard time getting up in back seat. I am completely comfort in driver seat position and like the reach available to dash controls (best for me at 5'8" tall, through many vehicles). I'm loving it. So many toys for it - the rack, ARB fridge/freezer, CB radio, lights, winch, bracket and holster for carry at right knee.

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2 inch bds lift with fox shocks and ats steering stabilizer. I'm running 35x12.5r18 with a +1 offset rim. I couldn'tbe happier with how it turned out.

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Hi. I was looking at the same lift. Looks great. Was it a true 2 in lift? More? Less? How do you like the drive compared to stock? Did you need the steering stabilizer? Sorry for all the questions. Doing my research. Thanks.
 
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