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    EVO Enforcer JL Rubicon 2.5 or 3.5?

    So here is the question I been having for a long time. 2.5 vs 3.5 with 37’s on JLUR. My major concern is fenders rubbing. Just don’t want to deal with it so what do you think? Which one should I go with? I wanted to go straight to coilovers but the idea of servicing them and being left without a Jeep for some time troubles me. With Enforcer lift I can send king shocks for service and use Rancho until it comes back. So once again main question is do I go with 2.5 or 3.5.I am leaning towards 3.5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    So here is the question I been having for a long time. 2.5 vs 3.5 with 37’s on JLUR. My major concern is fenders rubbing. Just don’t want to deal with it so what do you think? Which one should I go with? I wanted to go straight to coilovers but the idea of servicing them and being left without a Jeep for some time troubles me. With Enforcer lift I can send king shocks for service and use Rancho until it comes back. So once again main question is do I go with 2.5 or 3.5.I am leaning towards 3.5.
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    Definitely 3.5. Check out Eddie's pics, review, and install of the 3.5 inch Rancho kit he had a while back. Looks perfect proportionally in my opinion and seems to provide ample room for flex of 37s on the Rubis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtHeadDavis View Post
    Definitely 3.5. Check out Eddie's pics, review, and install of the 3.5 inch Rancho kit he had a while back. Looks perfect proportionally in my opinion and seems to provide ample room for flex of 37s on the Rubis.

    https://www.wayalife.com/photos/index.php?/category/64520181227121300-c5f02cec-me.jpg
    Ty I looked at this video many times and this is one of the reasons I am leaning towards 3.5


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    Anyone else ????


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Anyone else ????


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    Go 3.5. On TheMistress last sport that was crushed (RIP) he had the Evo 3.5 on 35s and it did rub from time to time if he really tucked it hard. He ended up getting his hands on the Rubicon fenders and gave him a lot more room and never rubbed the 35's after that. I feel 37s would clear but might rub even with modded rubi fenders. For the next build he is going 4.5 and 37's.

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    IDK, my daughter killed it this past year in the JL with a 2" Dynatrac lift and 37's. Moab, Colorado, Rausch, AOAA, trip to middle of the state, etc. The only trail I wouldn't let her run was Pritchett. With my old Coopers that were 13.50's it would rub from time to time but nothing serious. With the new set of Nitto12.50's it's not really an issue. But hey, if you feel the need to have to one-up a little girl by all means, go 3.5" ��

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    Is that Weebz spotting her?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Is that Weebz spotting her?
    Yep! This is at Rausch Creek
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Yep! This is at Rausch Creek
    Oh, that's really nice of her to let him borrow her sweater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Oh, that's really nice of her to let him borrow her sweater.
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