Heh Heh, thanx, yea I've done it a few times and the lift kit is fairly easy, if you have spring compressors and an impact gun and lots of metric tools
Originally Posted by Sonorasun
Really looking good!!
I take it you've done this before? Anything an old guy with fair skills could do?
Like the bumpers, tires and wheels too! Do you mind saying what they are?
The bumpers are OLYMPIOC rock crusher series, The front has the 2"
hitch and the rear is just clean and uses the existing JK towing PKG hitch
I don't have the Pt# here in NV, but the Oly No. 530-174 rings a bell
The tires are Hankook Dynapros LT295/75x16 (33.6") and the wheels are ProComp 8089's 16x8"
Using a 2' 3/8" extension/16 mm socket/ impact gun, for the rear shock Mt. uppers and the shocks are RC9000XL (9 adj), I have them set at #5, right now and it's OK. but I'm going a little stiffer
I am an old guy (67), but you have to be very careful and gentle/ handling these springs, when you have a pair of spring compressor, thats a lot of Kinetic energy--waiting
I extended (down)the rear brake lines, with a couple of brackets I had
About 3 Inch's and you have to take them loose to drop the front/rear 3rd members (10 mm bolts)
I won't say it was fun, but safe (12 ton) jack stands and 3 ton hydraulic jack
The hardest one was the passenger rear (gas tank), but slow and easy !!