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Thread: JLU 3-4" Lift EVO/Currie Recommendations

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    Would installing MOPAR 2" lift on JLU 4dr Rubicon leave enough fender clearance to run 37x13.5xR17? And I don't mean for looks.
    I off road with mine and rock crawl.
    I currently have stock Rubicon and off road I use 12.5x33xR17 with no rub at all while rock crawling.
    Would I need spacers? I am trying to avoid them

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRubicon View Post
    Would installing MOPAR 2" lift on JLU 4dr Rubicon leave enough fender clearance to run 37x13.5xR17? And I don't mean for looks.
    I off road with mine and rock crawl.
    I currently have stock Rubicon and off road I use 12.5x33xR17 with no rub at all while rock crawling.
    Would I need spacers? I am trying to avoid them
    My buddy has 3.5 EVO and 35 BFG KM3 with 4.5 BS and has kissed his fender a few times to the point you can hear the tire lugs rolling on the fender.

    To add his is a Sport and I think the JL Rubi has more fender clearance.

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