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Lowering / Levelling QL

Wow those look really nice! I bit the bullet and cut my existing sensor links. I used a dremel tool and took 3/8" out. Slid the plastic connecting piece down and crimped the pipe again. It took all of 30 min and saved me 300 bucks. I love the look and my GC had more rack than most for whatever reason.


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Re: Lowering / Levelling QL

I got the links installed today and I am pleased overall with the look and the ride post install. I've finally gotten rid of that annoying factory rear rake! The Fenders are just about dead even now if not just a tad bit higher in the front.
Here is pics of the oem vs AAR links, Every Ride Height: Park, Sport/Aero, Normal, OFF Road 1 & 2
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I did the lowering through the Chrysler computer but the rear still looks high so taking the next step and doing the those links here a picture of how it looks so far trying to get the rear lower
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I did the lowering through the Chrysler computer but the rear still looks high so taking the next step and doing the those links here a picture of how it looks so far trying to get the rear lower

Awesome that sounds convenient! Looks clean, did you have to get it realigned yet? I'm not sure, if or when I will do mine since I've only dropped the rear.


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Re: Lowering / Levelling QL

Will it change the angle of the headlight beam or will they self adjust correctly.
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It self adjusts. The headlights are constantly doing that which is quite amazing really. When I Iower the vehicle in the garage you can see them adjusting as it lowers.


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I got them !
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Hey bro...been meaning to ask u, is your jeep a 14 altitude with the old 13 srt rims? Looks dope anyway, I was just curious


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Re: Lowering / Levelling QL

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I got the links installed today and I am pleased overall with the look and the ride post install. I've finally gotten rid of that annoying factory rear rake! The Fenders are just about dead even now if not just a tad bit higher in the front.
Here is pics of the oem vs AAR links, Every Ride Height: Park, Sport/Aero, Normal, OFF Road 1 & 2

This drop looks very nice, however the price seems not to match the product any welding shop can hook it up for 50 bucks! just saying. Your ride looks clean thanks for the pictures
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Re: Lowering / Levelling QL

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So here are my pics, I didn't do anything to the front, no need IMO.


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