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Old 07-24-2012, 04:24 PM
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

After installing the leveling kit, does that 1.75" of front-end lift throw off the leveling of HID headlights for anyone who has them?
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:26 PM
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

Yes you'll want to adjust them as they are quite bright and although the change is minimal it tends to make oncoming drivers rather irate...lol.
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Old 08-16-2012, 05:57 PM
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

I'm considering buying the leveling kit, anybody from the SF Bay Area know a shop in the East Bay that they could recommend? I live in Walnut Creek. thanks
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Old 08-29-2012, 06:29 PM
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Now that it's been a while how's the kit holding up? Are you guys still happy?
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

Looking to get this kit and plan on doing it myself. Can any one PM me the actual instructions on this kit. Just want to see whats involved during insulation. it seems easy i just wanted to see whats involved before i place my order thanks in advanced!
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Old 09-28-2012, 06:33 PM
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

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Now that it's been a while how's the kit holding up? Are you guys still happy?
I'm still very happy with the rro leveling kit
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Old 09-28-2012, 10:21 PM
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I'm still very happy with the rro leveling kit
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Looking to get this kit and plan on doing it myself. Can any one PM me the actual instructions on this kit. Just want to see whats involved during insulation. it seems easy i just wanted to see whats involved before i place my order thanks in advanced!
I emailed them requesting directions and they sent me a PDF. You can try that or PM me your email and I'll forward it to you.

FYI I spoke to RRO today and they said price on the kit will be going up soon. I plan on ordering mine next week.
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

Thanks for the info HYTEK! I will email them for a request to veiw the instructions... Thanks for the heads up that they will be increasing the price.
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:41 AM
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

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because these spacers arent made for the WK2, they are for a TJ. they fit in great and do what they are supposed to but the way I wheel my jeeps, theres no way they would last. I also had poly spacers on my HEMI WK1 and they were fine, but the spacers were made for that model.
Hey nasmith, love the jeep! A couple questions:

1. Where did you get the rims and what are they called?
2. I want to get 17's too but was thinking 255/75's; I should be able to get away with that size without cutting the pinch weld, don't you think?

thanks!
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Old 10-02-2012, 01:01 PM
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

I am interested in the leveling kit.

Can someone take picture of where the spacers are installed?
For those that have done this, any problems with ride quality, bump steer, noises, etcetc or does it still feel like stock?
How many miles do people have on this and do you like it?
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

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Hey nasmith, love the jeep! A couple questions:

1. Where did you get the rims and what are they called?
2. I want to get 17's too but was thinking 255/75's; I should be able to get away with that size without cutting the pinch weld, don't you think?

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thanks!

1. unique 297 steel wheel with a 4.5" of backspace. they are cheap "steelies" from discount tire.
2. those measure out at 32 and mine are 33 so you should be fine.
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:52 PM
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Re: New RRO leveling kit, Done the right way!!!

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thanks!

1. unique 297 steel wheel with a 4.5" of backspace. they are cheap "steelies" from discount tire.
2. those measure out at 32 and mine are 33 so you should be fine.

Thanks again!

And did you have any problems with the TPMS sensors or anything?
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