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Looking for a good tutorial for cycling the suspension on my TJ. Added a BL and MML recently and need to make sure everything is happy down there.
 

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Neither of those should affect the suspension
 

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I had some issues prior to the BL from my SL. Front driveshaft knuckle slapping exhaust during extreme flex. MML may have relieved this. I'd like to know. Otherwise I can make necessary adjustments.
 

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pull the springs and lift the axle up level until it makes contact with something.
then 1 side at a time. might as well leave shocks on as they are also possible limiting factors. you could then do it shocks off to see if you have room to increase the travel, if no other contact is made.
 

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It's as simple as that. Move the axle and steering around and see what hits what. If you don't like what is hitting, change it, cut it or add bump stop extension.
 

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Thanks gang... found a great write-up on JF, I'll let ya know how it goes.
 
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