Xtreme Recon daily driver?

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Any reason not to pair the 2.0T engine with the Xtreme Recon package?

 

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The wife daily drives our 2019 JLUR with 2.0t. I'm sure she would DD an XR, although it's a little small and too stock for her. 4" of lift, 38's, and 5.38 gears and it gets driven back and forth to work, roadtripped across the country, and wheeled several times a month. There's a great sense of adventure DD a rig so capable. One of our favorite questions to answer is "I wonder where that dirt road goes"
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Any reason not to pair the 2.0T engine with the Xtreme Recon package?
If you don't like having a torque advantage. The 2.0 is a bit more resistant to needing a regear compared to the 3.6 engine.
 

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Just curious, Togo 37s do you also plan additional lift? Regear?
I will be lifting one way or the other. Debating just throwing a spacer lift on or just grab some RK springs. I already have adjustable LCAs, both track bars, and a Fox ATS SS that I will be putting on either way. I will not be regearing, there’s plenty of folks on here running 37s with 4:10s so don’t see an issue with 4:56s.

 

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