It was also a option on the sport as well, at least here in Canada. I think the option was listed as Heavy Duty Off-Road Suspension Package or something along those lines.Red shocks? Only Rubicon and Willy's have them if I'm not mistaken. Perhaps someone slapped Rubi suspension on it?
That would lift it over a regular Sport.
Your rear track bar moves in an arch. Since it's attached at the frame on the passenger side and at the drivers side on the axle, the rear axle will always shift towards the passenger side whenever the vehicle is raised. If you describe it as being lifted and it is still using the factory rear track bar, chances are your axle is shifted towards the passenger side even at ride height.I have a 2007 wrangler 2 door. It wanders all over the road. it IS lifted. I just ordered all new bushings for every suspension piece front and back. so here's the question: on the two post lift hanging from the frame the rear sway bar is pushing against the tire on the drivers side, 2-or 3 inches away from the tire on the passenger side..is this normal or should I drive it off the nearest cliff???
George in Montana, old fart like to do stuff myself..
I bet you're going to find that the springs and shocks are donated from a heavier Unlimited and that accounts for your mild lift. I did that to my 2-door when I had one and it worked for 33" tires until I added bumpers, winch, sliders, etc. Then you need 2.5".Currently have 255/75R17 tires.