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Jeep® Brand Announces Unprecedented Overlanding Trailer Co-launch With ADDAX Overland
Jeep® brand and ADDAX Overland are proud to co-launch the Jeep-branded Edition by ADDAX Overland...
Correct that up to 2015 it was 2,000 pounds.
But OP has a 2016, and the 2016, 2017 and 2018 JK owner's manuals all state 3500 pounds for 2 doors with 3.73+ gears. It was not a 3 year misprint.
Here's a LINK to the relevant pages taken from the owner's manual, or download the manuals direct from...
Like @jadmt said above, your tow rating is 3,500 pounds. I'm sure your trailer weight will be well below that. 2016 Tow Specs
We run 4.88s and 37s on our 2 door and IMO it's the perfect gearing without a trailer, so 4.88 would be a good set up for 35s and a trailer. We used the Teraflex Alpine...
https://www.wranglerforum.com/ is great for all models of Wrangler and even some JT stuff
https://www.jkowners.com/ is great if you have a JK
But I might be a little biased :)
We're adding an ARB 2500 and room to our '14 JKUR and would like to see how others have mounted their awnings. We also have a 2 door and may swap it back and forth.
I'm hoping there are some creative mounts that don't involve a rack.
Thanks in advance!
I run without a top/doors for more than half the year, last year it was March thru October.
I'm not set on a Wrangler as much as I'm set on a vehicle giving me that top/doors off experience.
So I'll continue to build and modify my Wrangler for many, many years.
We used the kit from ACE on our 2014, it has a 3rd brake light and license light.
The kit came with everything including plug-n-play wiring for easy install, and it's held up great for years.
We always disco the front off road, not only for traction but ride quality. In the Rubi we manually disco as well, even though it has a fancy button.
I'm not a fan of removing it, in emergency maneuvers at speed it's crucial.
2016-2018 2 door JKs had the same tow weight rating as a 4 door, depending on gears it was between 2000 and 3500 pounds. Although the 2 door frontal area rating was a bit less. Since the introduction of the JL the 2 door is back down to 2000 and the 4 door remains at 3500. So from a "legal"...