Very cool product. Any plans to build a mount for a shovel and axle in the same location? I have seen a product where a hi-lift was mount there and thought it would make sense if an axle and shovel was mounted on the opposite side.
Well I don't know what I can add but
I saw no reason to ditch the stock Rubicon tires for 33s for such a small difference. I have added skid plates, winch, and a front bumper. To help with the added weight and to gain some height I added the Rock krawler 1.5 springs.
I am also confused by the 20+ numbers. I average about 19 on the highway with stock tires on my JKUR with some armor, winch, and bumper.
We have to travel several hours to any trail or park around here and when I fallow a jeep with 35s I always ask and they say they got 15 when I got 19.
I am going to respectively disagree with this statement. One should get some experience first. If a stock or close to stock vehicle is on the same trail as a Jeep with 3.5" and 35's then either the stock vehicle is on to hard of a trail or the lifted jeep is on to easy of a trail.
I say this...