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Jeep Wrangler JK on 37's DIY Spring Spacers Bump Stops and 4 Wheeling PLUS Daily Life with Big Tires

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Howdy! Lots going on in this episode detailing the Saga of the 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon here in the Autoedit garage...
We start out on the side yard where I install a set of 1 ¾” front coil spring spacers that I got as a hand-me-down from my buddy Ron at the local shop called Blackstone Jeep. The spacers were necessary to lift the front end of the Jeep a little since the Warn winch and Rock Crawler Bumper had really weighed it down. While I had the Wrangler on jack stands, I thought to install the Metalcloak Adjustable Bump Stop Extenders front and rear. This is a quick do it yourself job that helps tune your JK to the almost infinite amount of variables like tire size and suspension components.
Then, it’s time to head out to Hungry Valley Off Road Park for some location scouting for the web show I work on called Dirt Every Day … and a little four wheeling practice!
On the way I give a very detailed account of living with a Jeep JKU on stock suspension and 37” BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires mounted to the original OEM Rubicon style wheels. Gas mileage, driving characteristics, etc. I tell it all.
Once at the park, I get my job done and take a few minutes to do a little four wheeling and discover some changes that need to be made to the Jeep for the next time out… but I do conquer an obstacle that had beat me in years past with my Grand Cherokee WJ!
I then go home and make those changes and take the Jeep out one more time for a quick test.
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