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After lift how to adjust speedometer & odometer?

I just put the 2 inch spacer lift on my 06 WK over the weekend and put 245/75-17 Goodyear tires on. Love the look but now I want to try to get the Speedometer and odometer right. Is there any way of doing this? I was told about a chip that could reprogram the computer but it was a cost of $500 and I don't know if its worth it. Like to know what some of you guys did if any thing at all. Also this is the first week of me driving it with the lift what should I be getting with fuel mileage? I was getting about 17 around town before. Is it going to drop alot?
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Old 03-06-2012, 10:59 AM
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Re: After lift how to adjust speedometer & odometer?

I "think" the dealer can adjust up to 31.5 or 31.7. A lot of us have "tuners", like Diablosport Predators or Flashpaq SuperChips - both of these allow for the compensation for bigger tires. - You can find these from (used) ~250 to (New) ~$300. I bought mine off this forum and love it. Id look on here first.
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