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post #16 of 77 Old 03-08-2012, 09:29 PM
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Looking good siltsurfer, thanks for all the info. What lights are you guys talking about on the dash after the RR lift? I'm planning to order one but I haven't found a shop around me that will install their products. I'm interested to know what is triggering warning lights, what lights they are, and if RR is any help fixing the problem. Thanks

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Looking good siltsurfer, thanks for all the info. What lights are you guys talking about on the dash after the RR lift? I'm planning to order one but I haven't found a shop around me that will install their products. I'm interested to know what is triggering warning lights, what lights they are, and if RR is any help fixing the problem. Thanks
Read my thread http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f309/...58/index2.html

Faulty ABS sensor due to installers. Nothing to do with the lift kit itself. I would still read the thread regarding it, though. More, detailed info.

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Read my thread http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f309/...58/index2.html

Faulty ABS sensor due to installers. Nothing to do with the lift kit itself. I would still read the thread regarding it, though. More, detailed info.
Thanks Jackal01, very helpful sorry for the thread hijack SiltSurfer, didn't mean to do that. Your Jeep looks great and the build thread is great for others.
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Where did you get the spacer and how thick they are??? SiltSurfer???? Also the Intake what brand and where to get it? Was it easy to install or you need to take a lot out?
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Where did you get the spacer and how thick they are??? SiltSurfer???? Also the Intake what brand and where to get it? Was it easy to install or you need to take a lot out?
Lift spacers are rocky road,2.5" lift, also have thinner ones Id like to install from Tuffcountry .25" I have the Volant intake which wasn't very difficult to install, just requires removal of stock air box. Scariest part is pulling out the sensor from the stock tube its in there tight & it's plastic! Lol I cracked a piece of mine hah but it still fits perfectly in Volant counting my blessings on that one

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Where did you get the spacer and how thick they are??? SiltSurfer???? Also the Intake what brand and where to get it? Was it easy to install or you need to take a lot out?
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Silt...we are on the same track with the build! I had tint done Thursday. 30% front, 5% sides and rear. Haha

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Lift spacers are rocky road,2.5" lift, also have thinner ones Id like to install from Tuffcountry .25" I have the Volant intake which wasn't very difficult to install, just requires removal of stock air box. Scariest part is pulling out the sensor from the stock tube its in there tight & it's plastic! Lol I cracked a piece of mine hah but it still fits perfectly in Volant counting my blessings on that one
2.5 inches the wheel spacers??
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2.5 inches the wheel spacers??

Very first post in this thread says they are Spidertrax 1.5" spacers.

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I most be overloaded by information right now, becasue I never saw that in the first post.
Sorry......
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Haha yea there is a lot of info on his thread. He's building it up fast!!

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Great pictures thanks for sharing

89 lifted wrangler to 95 lifted cherokee to 01 GC now 07 JK 4 DOOR X WITH HIGH ROCK FRONT WINCH BUMPER APPROACH ROLLERS/WARN 9.5TI WINCH WITH UNDER THE HOOD CUT-OFF SWITCH/2.5" SS lift/1"M.O.R.E BL/33" BFG KM2 ON STOCK 17"/RIVER RAIDER ROCKER GUARDS-SLIDERS/OFF ROAD HEROS FASTBACK SOFT TOP/GIBSON DUEL EXHAUST/CUSTOM MADE TRUNK/HELLA FF300/HELLA500 W-WINDSHIELD MOUNTS/DELTA SKYBAR/CARBON FIBER DASH KIT/DUEL AND SINGLE GUAGE PODS WITH VOLT-OIL PRESSURE-OIL TEMP GUAGES/COBRA 75 CB/AND A LOT OF RECOVERY GEAR
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Nice!! Makes me wish I was more patient got at least some 32s!! Oh well. Next time. What did you do with your stockers?

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