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Old 11-21-2010, 03:12 PM   #1
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ReadyLift Adjustable Leveling Kit

Folks,

Will a ReadyLift Adjustable Leveling Kit (Ready Lift Suspension 66-6095 - ReadyLift Adjustable Leveling Kit for 07-11 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec) get rid of my factory rake? That slope--while subtle--is driving me crazy.

Assuming so, is there a reason (besides a ding in my gas mileage) not to do this? Surely these are out of the "you need new driveshafts" category?

I'm debating them for my Christmas list . . . .

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Old 11-21-2010, 03:48 PM   #2
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The mere fact that it's adjustable bothers me, so!


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Folks,

Will a ReadyLift Adjustable Leveling Kit (Ready Lift Suspension 66-6095 - ReadyLift Adjustable Leveling Kit for 07-11 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec) get rid of my factory rake? That slope--while subtle--is driving me crazy.

Assuming so, is there a reason (besides a ding in my gas mileage) not to do this? Surely these are out of the "you need new driveshafts" category?

I'm debating them for my Christmas list . . . .

Thanks all,
Mike
I can't honestly recommend this leveling kit, but

I can recommend the AEV Procal Module--priceless-

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Old 11-21-2010, 03:58 PM   #3
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Thanks Jimbo. For the time being, I've got stock wheels/tires and a manual trans, so the Procal's not going to do much for me yet.

Is there a leveling kit you'd recommend? Not adjustable, of course . . . .
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Old 11-21-2010, 04:21 PM   #4
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Well, I don't think much of a leveling kit anyway-I kinda like the rake, but


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Thanks Jimbo. For the time being, I've got stock wheels/tires and a manual trans, so the Procal's not going to do much for me yet.

Is there a leveling kit you'd recommend? Not adjustable, of course . . . .
If you're going to the trouble of working under the jeep ANYWAY--just get a 2/2.5" lift from one of the MANY mfg's. ie: Rubicon Ex/Tuff cty/Skyjacker/Rough cty/Teraflex-You won't have any trouble with your drive shafts with a 2.5" lift !!

They are all similar, but each one provides varying parts of accessories, so you gotta decide HOW MUCH YOU WANT -LCAs/UCAs/adj control arms/Trackbars/shocks-it just ain't simple, I didn't know you had a stick, so the AEV Procal Module wouldn't be that valuable to you-it is to me with an auto !!

Good luck, you should get different recommendations from different guys with different lift kits !!

If you don't-Google "Jeep JK Lift Kits", many pages of recommendations-

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