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Old 07-12-2012, 08:36 AM
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Re: Monroe load levelers

so the 643 should be just fine with the rough country 2 inch lift? I hate how the lift made the back of my jeep look lower than the front.
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Re: Monroe load levelers

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so the 643 should be just fine with the rough country 2 inch lift? I hate how the lift made the back of my jeep look lower than the front.
I know exactly what your saying... mine appears to be higher up front too, but in reality its just larger front wheel wells giving that illusion

Going with those load levelers will most likely give you a bit of a raked stance, but also a little extra lift too.

Please post pics when your done and show us how they turned out!
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Re: Monroe load levelers

People always ask me if I have a budget poly lift on my WK and I'm like no, that's the MLL's!
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Re: Monroe load levelers

Are the MLL's sold in pairs or individually?
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Re: Monroe load levelers

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Are the MLL's sold in pairs or individually?
I've only ever seen them sold in pairs (because you have to have two of the same MLL on an axle...). The only way I could think for them to sell individually would be when replacing due to factory defects...but that's not selling, it's replacing...
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Re: Monroe load levelers

It was the price that threw me off. Seems to be a great deal.

So, I'm researching the forum for lift ideas. I'm leaning towards OME HD springs all around, MLL's in the rear. Not sure what to do for the struts.
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Re: Monroe load levelers

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Not sure what to do for the struts.
I could be wrong, but I think some people are using Blistein?
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Re: Monroe load levelers

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I could be wrong, but I think some people are using Blistein?
Yup.
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Re: Monroe load levelers

Anyone using Bilstein struts up front and MLLs in the rear??
Also, Does anyone know how much extra inches of lift the MLLs provide in the rear?
I'm going to be replacing my shocks and struts in a few months and I'm looking to even my stance and go up in lift an inch...I know I asked a few people about this.. and have decided on two options...
With my Daystar BB, my current measurements are: Front hub to center - 20.75"
Rear hub to center - 21"
I know the bilsteins give you 3/8" more lift and that the MLLs give you a little more but I'm not sure of how much they give and which to use to be level... I am leaning towards the MLLs for the added lift but I do not want any rake at all...
My 2 options I've decided on are A: Bilstein struts and Rustys strut spacer up front with Bilstein shocks in the rear.. OR B: Bilstein struts and Rustys strut spacer up front with MLL shocks in the rear...

I'd prefer to get to 22" both front and rear hub to center which is why I'm leaning towards the MLLs, but I'm not sure if they will be even with the 2 additions in the front or not.. Any measurement help on the MLLs?? Thanks.
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Re: Monroe load levelers

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pics?

I'm at work currently and I will be busy afterwards for a bit, but I'll upload a pic of my stance later on tonight.

dane.p, what are your center hub to fender measurements with the RC lift and MLLs? Would you mind posting a pic of your stance as well? And you have stock struts, right?
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Re: Monroe load levelers

I'll be adding Bilstein HDs and one set of rustys strut spacers up front.
Debating on MLLs or Bilsteins in the rear.
I like the extra lift the MLLs provide, but I hate the rake they give... not sure if it will be too tall for the bilsteins and strut spacer up front. I'd like it to be even up front with the rear.
My current measurements center hub to fender are:
front - 20.75"
rear - 21"
I'd like to be at 22" all around.

Here is a pic of my current stance with a 2" Daystar and stock shocks and struts.
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