What Suspension setups are people running in Australia?

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Do you mind show some detailed photos on the light? Did you mount them by using only one bolt?
Sorry just saw this.

Using two of the three bolts (there was not enough flat surface on the rubicon bar for the rear bolt). I don't do crazy send-it runs so it seems to hold up fine.

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Also here's another shot of the AEV 2.5 at pretty much full articulation with 33s
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Sorry just saw this.

Using two of the three bolts (there was not enough flat surface on the rubicon bar for the rear bolt). I don't do crazy send-it runs so it seems to hold up fine.

20201017_161358(0).jpg
20201017_161415.jpg


Also here's another shot of the AEV 2.5 at pretty much full articulation with 33s
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20201017_160632~2.jpg
Thank you so much. Do you drilled two holes?
I’m thinking will only one bolt can hold it?
 

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What is your opinion on putting 34s on stock Rubicon suspension?

I am sort of waiting until Mopar release 2 inch suspnesion here in austrailia given thatn 3rd party lift kits void the warranty.
 
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What is your opinion on putting 34s on stock Rubicon suspension?

I am sort of waiting until Mopar release 2 inch suspnesion here in austrailia given thatn 3rd party lift kits void the warranty.
The 3rd party components (suspension) will not be under jeep warranty true. But unless the 3rd party components directly affected another part, warranty is unaffected on everything else. There's a section in the owners manual about 3rd party components which covers this question.

An actual example of 3rd party parts affecting warranty would be: if you get 3rd party airbag suspension and load it up to max compression, and your trailer hitch bends or breaks due to rough overland travel, an engineer can find the fault was caused by these 3rd party suspension components, rather than any strength/manufacturer defect in the trailer hitch itself.

Iirc, My understanding is that the jeep-installed Mopar parts have their own separate warranty terms.

This is how 33.3inch tyres look with stock rubicon suspension, which is close to what your looking at. Rides fine but it does bottom out on full flex.
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What is your opinion on putting 34s on stock Rubicon suspension?

I am sort of waiting until Mopar release 2 inch suspnesion here in austrailia given thatn 3rd party lift kits void the warranty.
Many people say stock can fit 285 75 17, which is close to 34.
 

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What Suspension setups are people running in Australia?



What ever they're using, i'm pretty sure it's down under.
 

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