Stock Rubicon vs 2" Mopar lift

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Can anyone clarify if the 2" Mopar lift actually adds any extra height to the stock Rubicon? Is it worth installing it? I can't find anywhere any before and after pictures for Rubicon. I know the lift actually changes the Sport models, but a stock Rubicon already comes with stiffer springs that add some height to the car. Is there a visible difference after adding the Mopar lift?
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Can anyone clarify if the 2" Mopar lift actually adds any extra height to the stock Rubicon? Is it worth installing it? I can't find anywhere any before and after pictures for Rubicon. I know the lift actually changes the Sport models, but a stock Rubicon already comes with stiffer springs that add some height to the car. Is there a visible difference after adding the Mopar lift?
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Yes, most report 2.5 to even 3" of lift with that lift on a Rubicon.
 
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I got 2.5 inches with the Mopar lift on my Rubicon. Very happy with it.
So, you were able to raise it 2.5" above what you had before, correct? That is really cool!
 

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My 19 rubicon got 3.75” lift and now settled to 3.5” lift as measured from fenders befit and after. I’m happy with lift.

Ps. In Houston I had my mopar lift installed by mikes auto truck toys in Pasadena. I had to go back and tighten the hand tight bolts on the entire passenger side, including all the relocation brackets, control arms and shocks— yikes
 

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I only got 2-1/4” and it’s settled to 2” on my 19 JLUR.

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Definitely taller after 2” lift. Top pic is OEM lift with OEM tires. Bottom is 2” Mopar lift with BF KO2s 315 (34.5ish inch) tires. It makes the larger tires look small. No measurements though.
 

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Is the Mopar lift enough on a Rubicon to allow for 37s?
Yes, but you have to have enough backspacing on your wheels. Also, the back plastic fender well liner has a hump from the factory that might have to be removed or pushed in using a heat gun.
 

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Did you have to add anything to the mopar lift for a rubicon?
 
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