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    Fresh Catch Mike_Tampa's Avatar
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    Lift and control arms for a 2014 JKU Rubicon

    I recently won a 3.5" JKS Jspec lift, I would like to install it but it did not include the control arms. I eventually will replace the stock arms with adjustable, but if I install the lift now, what issues will I run into using the stock arms? Also, is it worth buying the drop down kit for the front arms, or just buy adjustable arms a set at a time? Any insight would be appreciated, thanks!

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    My theory is do it right the first time. Its pointless to buy drop downs for your Control arm mounts if you plan on getting adjustable arms in the long run.

    Just my 2 cents

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    I concur. Do it once and do it right or you'll end up doing it over and over and over. Wait until you have the CA's then install the kit. Don't forget a front driveshaft or at a minimum, exhaust spacers.

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    I would agree with the above comments, save your money and do it right. Less time and money spent on the long run on broken parts etc.

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