Got my frankenlift installed by West Coast Off-Roaders in Vancouver.
: Clayton Off-Road - 1.5" springs
: Fox 2.0 IFP 2-3" (177/178)
: Mopar 2" lift LCAs
Swaybar End Links
: Mopar 2" lift Swaybar links
: Teraflex 1.5" jounce bump stops
: Metalcloak (I didn't plan this and was a last min decision to add trackbars and had to go with what was in stock)
I got cold feet that I might not have enough lift, and added 0.5" teraflex load leveling pucks all around. In hindsight, I should have skipped this
- may be the lift will settle a bit after 500ish km , lets see at that time. If it still has a huge gap in fender I might remove the pucks or expedite my move to 35x11.5x17s
It's tricky to put a pin on what changed but here are my observations
- Steering is tighter, and I don't have that mild tracking to right side that i had on stock
- The squishy-ness and floaty feel in corners is gone!!! I don't feel like I will topple over with the RTT on
- It's a firm-er ride but not harsh, in fact when going over bumps it doesn't transfer that feeling to the steering at all - likely down to better shocks?
Should I remove the 0.5" pucks or wait for it to settle?
It looks a bit odd on 33s - it's subjective and it's in the eyes of the beholder.