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  1. 392 Mopar lift “unique suspension geometry”

    I’m about 36” front to rear and 35.25 top-to-bottom on rear right tire at 34-35psi.
  2. 392 Mopar lift “unique suspension geometry”

    Not surprised at how well these 35x11.5x17 Trail Grapplers tuck in there as these were one of the sets of tires that the 392 mules were seen on. What is the overall height of your tires? The 37x12.5x17 K02s are about 35.25”. Also, since they are 12.5 inch wide, you will need wheel spacers...
  3. 392 Mopar lift “unique suspension geometry”

    Installed front and rear Mopar Sway Bar end links. New links are about 1” longer than stock. Tricky, took me 2.5 hours. Probably longer than it should have given I was improvising a little with my tools and working with the Jeep on the ground. Tried to install the Rubicon Express shock...
  4. Crystal Granite 392 Build

    Installed front and rear Mopar Sway Bar end links. New links are about 1” longer than stock. Tricky, took me 2.5 hours. Probably longer than it should have given I was improvising a little with my tools and working with the Jeep on the ground. Tried to install the Rubicon Express shock...
  5. 392 Mopar lift “unique suspension geometry”

    Thanks for the reassurance Willy. My end links come in Friday, so will install shock extensions then as it will be easier to replace the rear end links when the rear shock is out of the way. I found the Mopar 2” lift kit LCAs for $30 each on Moparonlineparts.com part# 68322798AA Couldn’t find...
  6. 392 Mopar lift “unique suspension geometry”

    Exactly. Looking back, for all I’m having to do for 37s, I may have just gone with 35s. Those look great as well and would do all the trails I want to do at Moab. Having said that, I’m not doing anymore than anyone else has to do to articulate on 37s suspension wise and definitely gearing wise...
  7. 392 Mopar lift “unique suspension geometry”

    I installed 1.5” spacers on my 392 and shock extensions. My best guess is with the 1” from factory plus my 1.5” spacer lift, im near the 2-2.5” lift most gain from the Mopar lift kit. Aside from shocks and springs, the Mopar kit is only front/rear sway bar end links and front LCAs, so that’s...
  8. 392 Mopar lift “unique suspension geometry”

    Taking measurements of my sway bar end links and front LCA, they are the same dimensions as the stock Rubicon. These are not the Mopar 2” lift parts. I ordered the Mopar 2” lift front LCA, and front/rear sway bar end links. Will report back after install.
  9. What modifications are you planning for your 392?

    If you’re only looking to correct speedo, try the AEV Speedo correction unit. A bit cheaper than the Tazer with less additional functions though.
  10. Crystal Granite 392 Build

    Did a deep dive. It appears the stock 392 sway bar links are from the standard Rubicon and not the ones from the Mopar 2” lift kit. Neither are the LCAs. Given the Mopar lift kit is just the shocks, springs, front and rear links and just the front LCAs, all I’m missing are the front/rear sway...
  11. I laughed at all the 392 buyers! 😥 what a dummy.

    FWIW... Way more fun than my lifted 20’ G550 on 33s was (MSRP 143k) and 1mpg better on 37s. Happy I made the switch. Worth every Penny.
  12. What modifications are you planning for your 392?

    Beautiful. 35s are all this thing really needs. It’s already doing 6/10 rated trails at Moab on stock 33s. Beautiful 392
  13. Got a 392, ask away.

    Rob, I’d say the edge of my wheel well to the edge of the tire sidewall (not the tread, which doesn’t stick out as much as the sidewall) is about 2”. Given my wheels are 17x8 and have about same I’d guess your sidewalls will sit about 3” from the fenders. If by tight, you mean, “can’t open...
  14. Crystal Granite 392 Build

    This puzzle was almost relaxing. Should add much needed protection from tampering for the engine. Another discovery. The reduced space under rear cargo area is perfectly shaped to fit the Mopar Jack Base. Mopar Stainless pedals installed. Look great. These and the Stainless door sills match...
  15. What modifications are you planning for your 392?

    Interesting. The reduced hidden trey space the 392 has is perfectly shaped to fit the Mopar Jack Base. Glad I went Mopar and not AEV here.
  16. Got a 392, ask away.

    392 Beadlock Backspacing is 6.125”, measured by me, with a tape measurer. Same as stock JLUR. For this reason I went with the original Mopar beadlocks with 4.4” BS to run my 37x12.5x17 wheels.
  17. Got a 392, ask away.

    Haven’t had a chance to take off road yet. Hopefully sometime this month. I do have a 1.5” lift and extended bump stops on mine and the 37” KO2s actually measure ~35.25”. My goal is not to rub.
  18. 392 Dana 44 axles beefed up for 392?

    FWIW, MetalCloak rear diff skid for standard Rubi fit perfectly on the 392. Answers our question about axle diameter differing from standard Rubi.
  19. Crystal Granite 392 Build

    MetalCloak Rear diff skid. Easy install. Love the finish and quality. MetalCloak was unsure it would fit given “thicker axle tubes” and offered free return if it didn’t since I was acting kind of as R&D. Luckily, it fit!
  20. Worked on the 392 diet, gave her some air and made him a little taller this weekend

    Awesome build! Will follow! Two questions. 1) You did a full 2” lift up front while 1.5” in the back. Are you only installing shock extensions only in the front or front and back? Teraflex says shock extensions are only for 2-2.5” lifts. What brand are you going with? 2) Does the 392 need a...



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