Neil lemme share you a secret. Of course her Rubicon is higher than yours! Even IF (that is hypothetical) it is not taller, you are wise to said that her Rubicon is taller! For the sake of a peaceful relationship! There you go bro - kudos!wife's rubicon is higher than mine. She has Steel bumper group, I have steel bumpers, 2 batteries that are full size, winch, etc, etc. I also put 1/2" up front.
I didn't catch that, but you're absolutely right. The fenders do make it look taller even though the other stuff matches up. I drew a line across the image and sure enough everything seems about even except the fenders. Funny how they influence the look so much.I think the Rubicon’s “high fenders” make it look taller at first glance. However, if you look at the headlights and hood, the Sahara does look higher.
Ooo, good catch. If one has a full tank and the other is closer to empty may make a slight difference too. Especially if the full tank is the one you're measuring on the passenger side.You're measuring passenger side on one and driver's side on the other. Jeeps are tilted a little. Measure from the drivers side on both and the rubi should be higher.