Just installed the Mopar 6" lift kit

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First thing I noticed. I was reading through to see if anyone else had.
Lol
Add bumpers and a winch. The jeep will be sitting at 2 inches. Even if you don't add weight, it isn't a monster truck due to an additional inch lol.
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Skids, bumpers and a winch.... Throw on some wheels and Patagonia's and be done with it.
 

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Dude this Mopar 2" kit is completely bullshit. Did a measure before the lift at 6' even and just got it installed and its measuring 6'4". This sucks because I live in LA and we have low garages so I dont think I can upgrade to 35's and definitely not 37's.

Other than that rides smooooothe as hell and looks like a fucking beast. Now I can call it a Jeep.

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Math aside, I gotta believe you are kidding, right?
 

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Some sort of 35's. I really want the nitto ridge grapplers. Gotta see if im going to fit in some garages first
I am rocking that same lift, with 35" Nitto Ridge Grapplers. For a very streetable Jeep, I am shocked how well my JLUR is doing on the trails. I am keeping up with really built up Jeeps. And I fit underneath my fairly low garage door opening, so you might be ok. And your Jeep will settle a little bit when the springs get some use and/or you put some recovery and other gear into it. Overall, I am really happy with the lift, but I think the supplied LCAs are a little short - I think I need a bit more castor - my steering went from great to a bit sloppy.
 

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I know one thing! You need some tires and wheels. That looks hideous the way it is. :)
 

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2” Mopar lift, 35” Nitto Ridge Grapplers.... I park in parking garages all of the time with no problem... it is close though.

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Dude this Mopar 2" kit is completely bullshit. Did a measure before the lift at 6' even and just got it installed and its measuring 6'4". This sucks because I live in LA and we have low garages so I dont think I can upgrade to 35's and definitely not 37's.

Other than that rides smooooothe as hell and looks like a fucking beast. Now I can call it a Jeep.

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Almost looks like a Rubicon now
 
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I know one thing! You need some tires and wheels. That looks hideous the way it is. :)
2” Mopar lift, 35” Nitto Ridge Grapplers.... I park in parking garages all of the time with no problem... it is close though.

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Got these guys on there the other day. Iron Man 35 X 12.5 X 17

They're reallllllly loud and made the ride a lot more harsh. My firat option was the nitto ridge grapplers. How are those noise wise?

I might actually go back to stock. It was such a smooth ride.

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Got these guys on there the other day. Iron Man 35 X 12.5 X 17

They're reallllllly loud and made the ride a lot more harsh. My firat option was the nitto ridge grapplers. How are those noise wise?

I might actually go back to stock. It was such a smooth ride.

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Looks awesome.
 

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Just had my Mopar lift installed along with Rock Krawler adjustable track bars and Rock Krawler spring correction pads. I did some quick measurements between each wheel and it looks like both axles are over about 1/4 inch toward the drivers side. They are both even. The shop that installed everything is a well known off-road shop so I don't question the quality of their work, I am just confused why the axles are not exactly even. Should they be? It drives perfectly straight down the road and feels amazing. Should I bring this up to them and have them correct it, or just drive it and not worry. The springs look straight up and down and like I said it handles great. They did a full alignment too as part of the install.
 

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Just had my Mopar lift installed along with Rock Krawler adjustable track bars and Rock Krawler spring correction pads. I did some quick measurements between each wheel and it looks like both axles are over about 1/4 inch toward the drivers side. They are both even. The shop that installed everything is a well known off-road shop so I don't question the quality of their work, I am just confused why the axles are not exactly even. Should they be? It drives perfectly straight down the road and feels amazing. Should I bring this up to them and have them correct it, or just drive it and not worry. The springs look straight up and down and like I said it handles great. They did a full alignment too as part of the install.
If the axles are not centered under the Jeep, the track bars are not adjusted correctly. If they are both off towards the driver side, the front needs to be adjusted longer and the rear needs to be shorter.
 

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If the axles are not centered under the Jeep, the track bars are not adjusted correctly. If they are both off towards the driver side, the front needs to be adjusted longer and the rear needs to be shorter.
Thank you so much! I will ask the shop to correct the issue.
 

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