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    We just bought a JL and my first thought was this Rancho kit for her. However, all documentation I see says it's for a Rubicon only. She bought a Sport. Does anyone know why this kit would only work on a Rubicon? Thanks!

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    Cool

    We have this system for the non-Rubicon too

    With the RS9000XL adjustable shocks
    http://www.gorancho.com/products/sus...s66124br9.html

    With the 5000X shocks
    http://www.gorancho.com/products/sus...s66124br5.html


    Quote Originally Posted by JKJason View Post
    We just bought a JL and my first thought was this Rancho kit for her. However, all documentation I see says it's for a Rubicon only. She bought a Sport. Does anyone know why this kit would only work on a Rubicon? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho View Post
    We have this system for the non-Rubicon too

    With the RS9000XL adjustable shocks
    http://www.gorancho.com/products/sus...s66124br9.html

    With the 5000X shocks
    http://www.gorancho.com/products/sus...s66124br5.html
    GREAT!! Thanks!

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    Hi Eddie. While waiting for my factory build to arrive I’m thinking on going with this lift. While waiting I have had a lot of time to read threads and watch videos. I’ve seen where people have installed 2 inch lifts and the front and rear axles are up to 3/4 inch off center. I’ve also read threads where people put a 2 inch lift on and they have not had this problem. What’s your thoughts on this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbogas View Post
    Hi Eddie. While waiting for my factory build to arrive I’m thinking on going with this lift. While waiting I have had a lot of time to read threads and watch videos. I’ve seen where people have installed 2 inch lifts and the front and rear axles are up to 3/4 inch off center. I’ve also read threads where people put a 2 inch lift on and they have not had this problem. What’s your thoughts on this?
    Your track bar is connect to the frame on one side and the axle on the other. The taller you go, the more your axle will get pulled over to the side that the track bar is mounted to on the frame. A "true" 2 inch lift will have a very small amount of axle shift. A 2 inch lift that yields a lot more lift than just 2 inches will have a lot more axle shift. In other words, for those people who claim to be seeing up to 3/4 of an inch of axle shift, if it's really true, they clearly have a LOT more lift than just 2 inches they thought they would be getting.

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