I just got my 2.25" BB and Rubicon X shocks and im going to try it this weekend. I have no clue how to install it or what tools i will need. But thats the fun part!
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i have the daystar lift that they advertise as a 2 3/4 front, 1 3/4 rear. it's just two spacers on each side in the front and you remove the factory coil isolater, and one spacer per side in the rear. it takes away the rake, the jeep sits nice and level. i'm at work so i can't get you a pic. like everyone else said, installation is the same as any other except you do get actual new bumpstops not just extensions. some folks say not to stack spacers but mine has been fine. i ran it with the stock shocks for a while and then got some skyjacker hydros. for the money a RE BB is probably a better deal but I like the extra inch of lift i got up front.