well I think I have made my mind up to get the rough country 2.5in BB supreme kit (comes with shocks, rear track bar braket and brake line relocators) Should I get a adj. front track bar? if so how do you adjust it and how do I figure out how much to move it??? Also same questions about the drag link and centering the steering wheel? or should I just install the lift myself and take it and get it aligned? thanks guys!
I would recommend keeping your factory shocks and go with the shock relocation brackets in their standard kit. Save you some dough and it will ride better. Plus, throw the front brake line relocation brackets in the trash, they don't work for sh#t.
ok will do...dumb question when adj the drag link to move the steering wheel back to center do I do this with the front end on the ground or jack it up?
You can do it on the ground. I didn't bother. The steering wheel was off maybe 5-10 degrees. It's kind of on my short list to do, but it's barely noticeable at the moment.
Also, like someone else said, the original rear sway bar links get moved to the front. The brake line relocation brackets are not required on the front either. Those were the only things not so clear in the instructions. Lift took about 2.5 hours.
Sweet that is just the look im going for wheel spacers and all thanks for sharing and thanks for the tip on the sway bar links the instructions didnt say a word about that! That tip should save me from saying a few choice words!
2013 jku. Manual trans, 2.5in teraflex lift with 1in spacers,35in duratracs, soft top, ace rear bumper, poison Spyder front bumper, smittybuilt winch, 4:88s with eaton elockers front and rear. Spod, rigid LEDs, rugged ridge snorkel and the list goes on and on... 0lllllll0