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Saw this in my email today.
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Interesting. Thanks. I'm researching lifts right now; I'm very uneducated regarding the JK suspensions, or any suspensions for that matter.Saw this in my email today.
It would be warrantied by the dealer not Jeep. Mopar anything is rebadged from another manufacturer.Interesting. Would this be warrantied from Jeep now if a dealer does the install? I wouldn't mind a 2" kit but don't want new tires. Can I run a 2" lift with stockers and not look ridiculous? I'm thinking my charcoal moabs with 32" GY Silent Armors.
I have the same question. In my opinion, my stock JKU ALREADY looks ridiculous, as low as it sits, and I feel that it NEEDS a lift to look better, even with the stock tires/wheels.Can I run a 2" lift with stockers and not look ridiculous?
Indeed. It looks great.
Exactly. The install is warrantied by your dealer, not by Chrysler.and yes it is warranted by my dealer.
I like the lawyers' Note addition: "Lift kits are intended to be used for off-road driving only."Saw this in my email today.
That's what you've been saying. It just bears repeating sometimes.Is that not what I've been saying?
They put that in there to make them 50 state legal since different states have different lift laws.I like the lawyers' Note addition: "Lift kits are intended to be used for off-road driving only."
Lift kits are intended to be used for off-road driving only.
Looks great, IMO. :thumb:
Look up.Anyone have picture of a JKU with 2" lift on stock 32 wheels?
The info in the PDF states the lift kits are warrantied by the manufacturer and specifically states not by Chrysler or the dealer. The dealer might warranty the installation of the kit like they warranty any work, (typically 90 days). Any other warranty the dealer implies-I would get in writing.Exactly. The install is warrantied by your dealer, not by Chrysler.
Nice. I have been on the fence about the 2" lift kit, but after seeing this photo with the stock 32's and the new kit that Pat posted I just might get off the fence and go with it. Thanks.