JT Suggestions

Hilop

Caught the Bug
Hello, I just passed my JKU down to my 18YO. Now I have my eye on a 2020 Rubicon, 3.6 with an EVO 4.5” lift. Are there any years that I should stay away from? What about the Eco Diesel? Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks
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WJCO

Meme King
Hello, I just passed my JKU down to my 18YO. Now I have my eye on a 2020 Rubicon, 3.6 with an EVO 4.5” lift. Are there any years that I should stay away from? What about the Eco Diesel? Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks
I've had a Sport for just over 3 years now with the 3.6. No major issues or concerns.
 

jorgelrod

Active Member
No major issues with the JT, my 2021 has been pretty good, had a cam issue but was replaced and has been problem free since.
 

ScoobyCarolanNC

Active Member
I got mine TSB'd on the 2018 JL. The easy way to tell if it had been replaced was that the old bolts were silver and the new ones were black-ish. I wouldn't buy anything in the 2018-2020 range unless I was 100% sure it had this box.

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Here's what you're looking for in the driver's side front wheel well:
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jwolfejt

Member
Whatever JT you get - get a Rubicon - I am in the process of replacing a bunch of stuff that I wouldn't have had to if I just would have started with a Rubicon (they didn't have any on the lot when i got mine last year).
 

Hilop

Caught the Bug
Whatever JT you get - get a Rubicon - I am in the process of replacing a bunch of stuff that I wouldn't have had to if I just would have started with a Rubicon (they didn't have any on the lot when i got mine last year).
I’m on my way to get my Rubicon. I “built” up a sport which taught me a lot about Jeeps but I’m just buying the rubicon from the start.
 
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