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post #1516 of 5128 Old 02-21-2009, 04:37 AM
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Wow, after seeing those rims & tires, I'm rethinking the ones I was gunna order after my lift goes on....always more darn choices than money! Looks great BT

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i got my km2's put on yesterday and it looks sick!!!!!! by the time i got home it was dark so i couldn't take pictures. i think i'll be going out tomorrow so i'll put some pictures up. thanks again RC!!!!

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I assume the headlights have to be adjusted after the lift is installed, any tips on how to do this?
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I'm jealous. My lift is to be delivered on Feb. 25th, but I know I won't be getting meats like that for at least 6 mths. That is almost too pretty to get dirty... Yeah right.
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I assume the headlights have to be adjusted after the lift is installed, any tips on how to do this?
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i noticed that i need to do mine last night. take the bezels off and the torque bolt on the top of the headlight adjusts up and down, the one on the bottom adjusts left to right.

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i noticed that i need to do mine last night. take the bezels off and the torque bolt on the top of the headlight adjusts up and down, the one on the bottom adjusts left to right.
did you take some kind of reference height before you lifted?
Also, did you order boots for the shocks they don't come with the kit, I never thought about asking when I ordered.
Thanks..

Just called RC, they don't recommend boots with the 2.2 shocks.
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did you take some kind of reference height before you lifted?
Also, did you order boots for the shocks they don't come with the kit, I never thought about asking when I ordered.
Thanks..

Just called RC, they don't recommend boots with the 2.2 shocks.
i don't have boots. i didn't think about the headlight at all until last night. i searched for headlight adjustment and someone said to use a garge door to help with the adjustment. still searching or waiting for someone to chime in with more detail.

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http://www.automedia.com/Aiming_Head...cr20010801ha/1

i know its not a tj, but it shows you how to measure hight.
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i put my BL on last night and will be getting my 285/75/16 km2's on this afternoon. stand-by for pics
How much did you end up paying for five? Thanks
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So who ended up putting the sticker on their Jeep? Thinking windshield maybe.
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How much did you end up paying for five? Thanks
235.00 each total was around 1,300ish.

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So who ended up putting the sticker on their Jeep? Thinking windshield maybe.
i put the big one under the hood.

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I am going to put the smaller sticker under my hood. Left the other ones off except on the steering stab.

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Man, all these jeeps are looking great.

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For the guys running the DC-1 wheels we also offer a bolt on ring for those wheels too.

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