Originally Posted by libertyordeath8
Great! I didn't plan on going any higher but now i got the itch to lift lol
On a side note! I been seeing a looot of lifted kjs in my area these days...... poke poke
So just to confirm, what is the best way to do the clevis if you dont mind? Anything else i need on my order from JBA?
Most just use 3 inch conduit nuts - three of them at 1/8" thick equals 3/8" total, which will lift your KJ 3/4" of an inch. The conduit nuts go on the bottom of the shock between the bottom of the shock mount and the clevis. They are really just on there for spacing purposes; you can just lower the clevis 3/8", tighten the bolt down and leave it. Personally I like having the conduit nuts in there just in case the clevis bolt isn't tight enough - prevents it from sliding up. It's up to you.
If I were you - and you have the funds - I'd buy a set of JBA's upper control arms. Your alignment will be in factory spec and you'll HATE the banging from the stock upper control arm hitting the spring. It happens over even mild bumps - happened on mine and I quickly ordered the JBA arms and got them installed. Quiet as a church mouse now
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