While the rear bumpstops keep the tires from eating the fender flares, we also found ourselves bouncing off of them with alarming regularity. We contacted the Mopar guys about it and they were surprised we had any issues. They wondered if we'd overloaded it. Shown here is our normal load-out for a wheeling trip, including a Hi-lift Jack, hand tools, a first-aid kit, a flashlight, straps, shackles, and an Actron scan tool. If you plan on camping with two people, or load your Jeep similar to this for wheeling, you might want to opt for the four-door lift kit (P5155207) with its heavier rear springs.