I'm a fan of AEV lifts.. 2.5" Dual Sport on my JKU and running Toyo Open Country ATIII in 35x12.50/17s..
Also had Falken Wildpeak AT3s in 285/70s before .. Both were good highway and Snow in Pa.. did Rausch Creek and they worked well in the mud and rocks.
Not so sure about that.. The Jeep / Chrysler Certified Tech at my dealer stated to change the oil filter before draining the pan because the other way will result in Oil from the filter draining down when the filter is removed; and that is the way he does on all 3.6L's.
The Mojave sits level because of the Springs being 1" taller than all other Gladiators.. so a 1" spacer should do the trick. IMO I would be looking for a 1 or 1.5" spacer. Lift if you are planning on going to 35s or 37s on your Willy.. BTW what is your planned off road activities?
Rebates on JEEPs is very limited and designated for specific models.. Check the website: jeep.com for rebates offered in your residence area.
AND.. given the current market conditions with all the shortages of new vehicles IMO not much will be receiving rebates.
Industry analysts predict the pricing premium will be thru 2022.. the CHIP Shortage should be ending by end of this year.. IT will take time to get dealer inventories UP.
BTW... dealers in my area will sell at MSRP IF YOU ORDER .. not buy off the lot..
The Mojave Wheels have additional Back Space to clear the Fox shocks.. I run 4.5" B/S with 17x8.5 if memory is correct about -6mm offset wheels with Toyo ATIII 35x11.50's and have between 1/2 to 1 in (tread block) outside the fenders. Also be aware that the stock lugs might not fit thru the...
I believe that there is clear coat on top of the paint. YES you could use RED scuff pads (body shops use them all the time) and that would knock down the gloss. Go lightly and hope not to break thru the clear coat.
I suggest a visit to a local body shop and discuss with the manager what...