Minimal Spacer Lift Question

LBK454

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I am going to pull the trigger on a JLUR. I’m planning to use stock wheels with 315 Duratracs with a Mopar steel bumper and winch. Thinking of adding a 1/2” spacer in the rear to give a bit more room for the tires. Also looking at a 1.0” spacer in the front to offset weight of bumper/winch and give a bit more tire room. My understanding is that with a minimal spacer lift not much needs to be done (i.e., LCA, track bars or brackets, etc.). My question is if my understanding is correct or I should I do anything with this set up? How about alignment or steering wheel? Thanks for your help.
 

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With that little of lift, you are correct, nothing will need to be done with the arms or trackbars if you are just going to be weighing it back down with accessories. A winch will probably only squat you down a quarter to half inch, and the Mopar steel bumper doesnt weigh much.

You may need to throw wheel spacer if your tires rub the arms, but otherwise you should be set!
 

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