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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

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sorry to ressurect old thread but what front bumper bar you using here?

I'm pretty sure it's Westin. I couldn't find the order info and there's no name on it. The finish is looking pretty worn. I probably need to sand, prime and spray some bedliner on it.


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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

After lifting my son's Liberty with an old man emu full lift and seeing the ride difference it made for his, I'm really wishing I did that for mine, instead of this RRO leveling kit. The difference is nothing short of amazing. The RRO leveling kit didn't hurt the ride on mine much. The OM Emu lift made his ride better than my wife's Cadillac and certainly better than mine. In fact, it puts them to shame. Its ride sucked before the lift. If his Liberty would pull my boat and camper, I would steal it!


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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

Some Pics - I recently had the RRO 1.75 Leveling kit installed to my 2015 WK2, running 275/65/18 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on 18x9 Moto Metal 962 wheels with a 0 offset (no spacers) and 5 inch backspacing. I did the pinch/seem weld mod in the front wheel well and pinned back the felt and get no rubbing so far with normal driving.
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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

I had mine installed 3 days ago and my front is sitting almost a full inch higher than the rear measuring from ground to bottom of fender. I hope it settles a little more as it seems a tad too high right now although my installer said based on the way it goes in there is no settling at all that will happen.
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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

Rest assured, it will definitely settle! More than you would expect. Your front-end will be lower than the back before you know it.


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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

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I had mine installed 3 days ago and my front is sitting almost a full inch higher than the rear measuring from ground to bottom of fender. I hope it settles a little more as it seems a tad too high right now although my installer said based on the way it goes in there is no settling at all that will happen.
It should settle. Mine was a little higher in the front after installation, so I drove it around for a week on the stocks before I put on the new wheels and tires, and its now level front and back.
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Before and after shots. RRO 1.75 leveling kit up front, 1.25 BORA spacers all around, and 275/55/20 BFG KO2s.
oh my goodness this is beautiful, are your tires rubbing at all?
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Before and after shots. RRO 1.75 leveling kit up front, 1.25 BORA spacers all around, and 275/55/20 BFG KO2s.
Do you get any rubbing with this??
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Before and after shots. RRO 1.75 leveling kit up front, 1.25 BORA spacers all around, and 275/55/20 BFG KO2s.

Looks great!! Think you could go to 285/55 or 295/55 with no issues?


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