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Hey gang, need a quick answer on this one. I found an ad on Facebook Market Place; this is for a 2022 Gladiator, the seller pulled off the OEM suspension and put a lift kit on his vehicle. I have the Gladiator Sport and wanted to level it out, I think these parts are the best way to do. He sold the Fox Shocks, but that's not a big issue as I really like the Bilsteins better. He is asking $100.00!!!
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If it's low miles, that's a great deal.
 

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Hey gang, need a quick answer on this one. I found an ad on Facebook Market Place; this is for a 2022 Gladiator, the seller pulled off the OEM suspension and put a lift kit on his vehicle. I have the Gladiator Sport and wanted to level it out, I think these parts are the best way to do. He sold the Fox Shocks, but that's not a big issue as I really like the Bilsteins better. He is asking $100.00!!!
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The only thing different about the Rubicon stuff vs yours (minus shocks) is the springs. They will provide a little lift, but I wouldn't bother swapping anything else over.
 

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Fwiw I sold my stock rubi suspension for 200.00 local. Everything minus the rear track bar because I used it for a brace on another project
 

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If you put a leveling kit on while swapping springs it will be more worth the work. IMO it’s not worth it just to put the springs in by themselves. You may get .5-1” of lift. All those other parts besides the springs are same as your sport.
 

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If you are wanting to go for level I'd just pick up a set of Teraflex 1.5" spacers for around the same price sooner than having a pile of scrap metal in the way. Only thing good to you is the springs.
 

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Like others have said, the only things that are different are the shocks and springs. All control arms, sway bar links, and track bars are the same.

I paid $200 for Rubicon shocks and springs. Gained 3/4" or so of ride height.
 

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The Rubicon suspension will level out a sport if you leave the rear springs on the sport and just swap the front springs, about all you need to do. I did it this way with mine and added a 2.5 inch Readylift set lift kit to it.
 

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The only thing different about the Rubicon stuff vs yours (minus shocks) is the springs. They will provide a little lift, but I wouldn't bother swapping anything else over.
If you put a leveling kit on while swapping springs it will be more worth the work. IMO it’s not worth it just to put the springs in by themselves. You may get .5-1” of lift. All those other parts besides the springs are same as your sport.
The front Rubicon shocks were a welcome addition to my Max Tow. Really freed up the steering and softened the ride up front. I also have a winch and Sony l Mopar stubby bumper.

https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/those-who-swapped-to-rubicon-shocks-springs.46444/

https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/...ock-max-tow-shocks-with-rubicons.34555/page-2
 

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