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09-18-2008 09:48 AM
Darton Dave you guys did a great job with this video. I wish there were more "DIY" videos out there for Jeeps. Videos are always a great help over the paper installation instructions. Now send me a Mercenary bumper for my TJ. I'll even pay for shipping.
09-18-2008 08:23 AM
98TJSahara That is a great link, thanks! It still doesn't tell me how the hell im gonna those stripped bolts out out of mine though.
09-18-2008 12:36 AM
nicolas-eric
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Originally Posted by JeepCommandoja View Post
lets talk about if this would be something beneficial for me if all i wanna run is 31s with my rubicon springs
Rubicon springs? They´re only a very little but higher than stock TJ springs. They have the same height, only a bigger spring rate.
I tried to fix my front sag with Rubicon springs about 2 yeras ago. the front was only 0.1-0.2" higher, but the ride was horrible stiff.

Better go with real lift springs or cheap spacers if you want a bit more height.
09-18-2008 12:33 AM
nicolas-eric How long did you need for that?
Just want to know if i was fast with 2.5 hours for the 2" BL and 1.5 hours for the 1" MML.

09-17-2008 11:39 PM
JeepCommandoja lets talk about if this would be something beneficial for me if all i wanna run is 31s with my rubicon springs
09-17-2008 12:43 PM
dave@rokmen
ROKMEN - JKS BL, BMML Installation Video!

We took some time to put together a video showing the installation of a JKS Body Lift, and Budget Motor Mount Lift.

Hopefully this will help make things a little easier for a few people heading down this modifiaction path.

We had to break it into 2 videos due to YouTube size restrictions.

YouTube - ROKMEN - Body Lift, Motor Mount Lift Installation -Part 1

YouTube - ROKMEN - Body Lift, Motor Mount Lift Installation -Part 2

Enjoy.....

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