How much rake did you have after installing 2” mopar lift kit?

amantel12

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Getting my mopar lift kit installed at the dealer to be covered under warranty and at a decent price, but worried if any leveling would be needed. For reference, keeping the stock bumper on ‘21 JLU Sahara with onetouch & tow kit.
how much rake did you end up with after install? Include details (steel bumper, winch, hardtop, etc).
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I put the 3.6 Mopar lift on my 2.0 without Etorque (only one of the springs is different between the two), since the 2.0 no etorque version was not out yet at the time.

The jeep is completely - and I mean to a fraction of a degree - level L to R and F to B. That is with factory steel bumpers X20 winch/synthetic, 37" KO2s (weight of most 35s) spare and ~150 lbs of recovery gear and tools in the back.

I had bought extra spacer pucks in case I needed to level it out, but did not need them.
 

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So the Mopar 2” lift is the same front and rear. I measured spring perch to axle on all 4 corners before and after Mopar 2” kit was installed. I got exactly 2.5” lift in all 4 corners. That was in a 2021 JLUR with steal bumpers and hardtop.
 
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