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How do I determine the lift under a 2010 JK that I bought? Like to replace the shocks. Thanks in advance,Ted
 

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I moved you to JK Tech. You should receive more responds in this Forum.
 

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Hey @kjeeper10 dp you still have that diagram of the stock suspension measurements? Might help this guy figure out what length shocks he needs.

OP you might be able to find something in the "beginners guide to lifting jk" sticky

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Or search Google for the image. Assume the OP wants to know the actual height to choose the right shocks and not the brand of the lift.
 

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Thanks for all the help. After reviewing the pictures and taking measurements, the lift comes out to be 4".
 

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Thanks for all the help. After reviewing the pictures and taking measurements, the lift comes out to be 4".
Does your jeep have factory bumpers and/or a winch? Most lift heights are advertised as a "loaded" height and take into account the weight of steel bumpers/fenders, winch, armor, etc. It's not uncommon to put a 3" spring lift on a factory jeep and get a net lift of 4".
 
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