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post #16 of 24 Old 09-27-2013, 02:16 AM Thread Starter
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Tried flexing out today. I was about 4" from the bumpstops, with 2" of the JKS adjustable bumpstops installed. I thinks the front should be flexier, but I believe that I may be limited by the Rubicon sway bar, I was disconnected, but not manually.








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post #17 of 24 Old 09-27-2013, 06:02 AM
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This thread is worth keeping up with for the photography alone. Awesome.
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This thread is worth keeping up with for the photography alone. Awesome.
To be honest, the majority of the pictures are from my iPhone 5, I'm usually too forgetful/lazy to grab my dslr. Although a little retouching in Lightroom 4 never hurt anyone.



Also forget to mention, With the RK 2.5", I got 3.5" in the front and 3" in the rear. I didn't measure before hand but comparison measured center of wheel to bottom of flare against my roommate's JK.

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Got my 37's about a week ago. Had to yank the flares to fit while waiting on my Metalcloak flares. Trimmed about an inch and a half triangle from the pinch seams in the rear wheel wheels.













All of my Metalcloak goodies came in a few days ago. Painted the front fenders today, will put on tomorrow. The rest probably by middle of next week.

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looking pretty mean, did you notice much of a difference with the kicker sub over stock?
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post #21 of 24 Old 03-07-2014, 09:53 AM
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Love to see someone still buying 2 doors...makes me sad to think this "could" be the last generation of them.

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looking pretty mean, did you notice much of a difference with the kicker sub over stock?
Much difference. Of course at 8" and only 300 watts, it by no means shakes the mirrors or rattles your insides. I mostly listen to rock and metal, and this setup is very balanced.

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Could be. The 4 door is a better seller and the redesigns of other models have been laughable. Is it for certain? No, but honestly I wouldn't be surprised at all. Anywhos, nice JK.

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