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Old 01-23-2020, 04:26 PM
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Question Leveling kit or Rubi takeoff suspension?

I have a 2018 Sahara and I only want to go to 275/70's so they're slightly bigger than 33" but I'd like a bit of a bump in height. All aesthetic. Which makes more sense to get? I'm hearing a Rubi takeoff will get me 1-2" of increased height. I think that's enough and I can typically find one for pretty cheap. Anyone have thoughts?

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You can get a Rubi next to new takeoff suspension for less than a leveling kit. I paid $100 for it. I had it for 8 years and it served me well. I gained almost 2" over stock. I have a 2 door with a soft top but went with the JKU Rubi w/hard top suspension kit. I wanted the stiffer springs because we had a fully loaded hitch rack and a lot of camping gear inside.
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