The long arm brackets hang no lower than the factory gas tank does, so if I'm tearing up the new brackets I'm likely doing more damage than just to the new brackets. I don't think there will be a problem.
I chose the products I wanted on the Jeep, and then had Impulse Off Road in St. George, UT do the work for me. They gave me a great price on everything, including parts and labor. The quality of the workmanship is also better than other shops I've used in the past. Total cost for everything was $42K. That includes a brand new 2010 Rubicon with every option including leather seats, the suspension, Pro Rock 44 axle, chromolly shafts, 5.38 gears, driveshafts, tires, bumpers, winch, labor charges for installation, sales tax, and even a spare power steering pump and spare steering box.
2014 Grand Cherokee Laredo: 2" Eibach lift, 265/70R-17 BFG KO2's, 17x9 KMC Addicts
Last edited by MoparToYou; 07-31-2010 at 07:03 PM.