Just center your axle dude.... then we’ll go from there. Springs are gonna arc some when compressed because the axle is being pushed out as it’s compressing, which then makes the top and bottom of the spring misaligned. That pic is wonky because not only is top and bottom misaligned it’s also to far to one side. Here’s pic of my spring drooped and compressed, there’s an arc in both scenarios.......Driver spring level:
Driver spring articulated some:
This looks like s**t to me. I don’t think centering the axle with fix it.
lower control arms are not needed for anything lower then 3.5 inches. I ran an evo 2.5 kit with nothing but track bars and it ran and rode amazing. Didn’t ever sag from what I could tell either.Well like everyone said you need to center the axle. The Mopar kits are incomplete and you'll see that from every jl owner who has one. Springs, shocks and lower arms are not enough. They should also include atleast a front TB for correction and I second the RK perches. Even had to use them on my MC lift.
RK is one of the few companies to make a quality lift for the diesel. All others use spacers. Evo doesn't but people have come planned the springs sag within 6 months.
Right, but your S-curve is in the opposite direction of mine.Springs are gonna arc some when compressed because the axle is being pushed out as it’s compressing
They are. I have verified this many times.Your springs are not seated properly
Agree, but the kit should still be functional (no parts interfering when fully articulated), right?The Mopar kits are incomplete and you'll see that from every jl owner who has one. Springs, shocks and lower arms are not enough. They should also include atleast a front TB for correction and I second the RK perches.
Good idea. The dealer won’t do it, but I may use this if forced to fix on my own.If you disconnect the front track bar and jack the jeep off the ground the springs will center the axle, then you can check the clearances of the springs and the frame to know if that will fix your problem.
I ran with the 35s and no lift for a few weeks. It’s fine, but the suspension could be better with the larger unsprung mass, and it will rub off road.Sorry for your issues. I also have a 2021 JLUR Ecodiesel. I installed 35s without making any other modifications and everything is good. It seems like the Mopar diesel lift leaves folks with some issues that did not exist prior to the install.
Right. This has been verified.If the isolators are properly installed, you will see/feel the nubs in these holes (will need to push in the inner fender liner about an inch to see/feel the holes).
They are installed correctly. It’s the springs themselves. Mopar acknowledges they have a problem with springs. We’re trying the third driver spring now.looks like in the earlier photos the spring are bowed inwards which would mean the are installed incorrectly?