IIRC, when there is a donut that is a smaller diameter it should only be on 2WD vehicles, and the owner's manual will point out that if you get a flat on the drive axle, you move a regular sized wheel from the non-drive and put the donut on the now-empty spot
I just did a new bumper on my Mojave this weekend. After doing the take off on mine, and looking at that bumper, I can give you a solid... "maybe?"
It will really depend how far down and how deep that new bumper goes. You can remove the whole mojave bumper without touching the skid plate. So I...
Installed the Reaper Gravestone F2 yesterday. Took probably 3 ours all told.
This thing is rock solid, great bumper. Looks awesome too.
Couple issues: Kyle at Reaper and I spoke, and they weren't sure about fitment on the Mojave, specifically the stock skid plate. It had to come off entirely...
Hands down the most convenient for me has been a cordless 3/8 ratchet wrench. I have this one:
I use it to take the hard top off in half the time, also good for lug nuts and a lot of other nuts and bolts on the Jeep.
No joke, my wife woke up this morning and described she had a dream where "we were on the road and stopped for gas and there was a truck with extra wheels and it was super long and you just had to have it and I was so angry cause we just got this Jeep."
And now I see this today... and I have...
Mud mats, and had to take the plug out a few times. Caught in some real rain, but never for very long. First time it feels real weird and scary, but the Jeep was ok. Once, the radio just didnt work right during the rain, but was fine the next day.