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    Fresh Catch larsonta's Avatar
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    Mopar 4" lift on 2015' JKU by Jeep dealer uses stock rear drive-shaft and now having


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    Issue is with that OEM rear drive shaft coming into contact with skid plates on BOTH the carbon vapor canister and the Fuel tank... the boot was damaged by the canister skid plate, and dealer said the drive shaft doesn't move. Well, I have pictures and video of the shaft coming into contact when either of the front tires are up as shown in the picture...


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    Why doesn't Mopar replace the rear shaft as part of the kit - like they do with the front shaft? ... or tell you about this problem if you leave the OEM shaft in place ? Any suggestions?


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    I've your evap canister over 2" and problem solved.
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    Ummm, I thought about that but then the fuel tank is still an issue...


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    Quote Originally Posted by larsonta View Post
    Ummm, I thought about that but then the fuel tank is still an issue...


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    Is the problem with the 2012-2017? I did not have a problem with my 2007 and it has 4" of lift. I'm also on stock length arms and the stock DS, along with a large HD canister skid.
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    How is it hitting both the fuel tank and the EVAP skid? Rear track bar set up right? Also, make sure they installed the rear bump stop extensions.

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    Not sure about the extended bump stops ... anyone have a picture of what those look like installed?


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    IMG_6044.jpgThis is what mine look like installed...


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    There is still a few inches left to bottom, the tire is scrubbing the wheel well


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