Mopar 2" Lift Instructions (Pdf)

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Sweet! Thanks man I was hoping someone would post this. Will be reading this later.
 

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Interesting by omission is anything like the JK Mopar 2", speaking to the need for a wheel with a 4.5" backspacing. I wonder if the wider axle and rear swaybar design now eliminate the need to go to a shallower back spacing. As I already have my wheels with 4.5" BS, I'm not going to change, but if I had the option to bring things a little more under the fenders, I probably would. A 17 x 9 with 4.5 backspacing pushes things out quite a bit.
 

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I ordered my lift from quadratec a couple of days ago makes me want to do it myself, but I probably wont
 

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looks decent. i have no idea what that 2nd tool is you need? anyone?
 

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It’s a torque wrench, you can use the other click types if you want. You just need to make sure any torque wrench is properly calibrated
 

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It’s a torque wrench, you can use the other click types if you want. You just need to make sure any torque wrench is properly calibrated
lol thanks. i have the click torque and I was looking at that pic like wth is that!
 

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If I'm good with my hands but have never installed something like this before, should I just take it to a shop? Nothing in the instructions looks hard/difficult but it's difficult to judge that
 
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do it with a friends help and you should be fine. im doing mine tomorrow morning.
 

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thank you! I lost mine and your post helped me!
 
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