Thanks again for the response. That really helped settle my nerves after the install. I got the truck back from the alignment, where they also put on the Rubicon wheels and tires. When I got home the front fender was still about a half inch higher (then I remembered I still had the old wheels and tires loaded in the back). Unloaded those, then drove to/from work the next day. And now I'm about 1/4 higher in the front... So with that i'm satisfied, that will probably settle or change as I drive.
I also got a response back from Rocky Road saying that it is common for the front suspension to take a couple of days to "settle".
With all that said, I think the truck looks great now. Very happy with the outcome. Snapped a couple pictures on the way to work this morning.
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