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Thanks for doing this, will be interesting.
 

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2006 Jeep Wrangler LJ on 35's and other stuff
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I've the Warn hubs on a 2006 LJ Rubi. Put then on primarily because of towing 4 down behind our motorhome. Was super pleased with how much smoother and easier it drives on the street. If I forget to unlock them after a trail ride, soonest I hit the street I know.

As for fuel mileage increase, I've noted checked. But surely has to be something meaningful with the obvious easier rolling.
 
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Low range burnouts in 2wd.
My LJ is more prone to wheelies than burnouts with a 2-Lo clutch dump. Atlas, not hubs. And not that I've really pushed the issue. But an accidental clutch dump did lift the front wheels.

Having 2-Lo is real nice though. I use it more than 4-Lo.

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Did you get this tracked? I didn't before I put on the Yukon Big Hub kit (5 on 5.5). At the same time I did RCVs. I will never really see a cost return on these, even at wholesale cost, but who bought a Jeep and wanted a return on their installed parts investment? Heck I have been at this for 25+ years and learned that there's just another upgrade coming down the road.
 
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