Thanks Eric, sounds like good advice. Now all I gotta do is get some tires here. Thinking about going with ITP Blackwater Evolutions, they get a good name around my area, good for most all terrain and long wearing. But not many with my type bike, so it will be a topic for discussion after the rides.You're likely better off with wide tires if you ride in the marsh trails a lot. It's hard bottom stuff most everywhere else and skinnies are better for that.
See what the locals are running. If you can get them 28 inch mud bugs are really good in that stuff, they paddle without digging in better than most of the newer tires.
You can fit wide 30 inch 12 wide tires without rubbing on a rubicon, it wont turn them worth a dam but they fit.
There's no clutch kits for a dct rubicon, stick with 27's or 28's and it'll be fine stock.