This is the skinny on the Mids and this is what I have heard and seen NOT my opinion.
About 700 sets of Mids sold
About 12-14 people can not come back into OEM Specs with the Mids.
#1. I have seen old Jeeps 05-10 loaded into the machines trying to align the 2012+
#2. I have gotten calls from shops saying their is no adjustments for the rear LOL.
(This ^ one is the best I typically tell these shops to put the owner of the jeep on the phone right away and tell them "Do not let them touch your truck")
#3. Both sides are different from the OEM spec and one side in and one side out .001-.003 very minor.
#4. Sensors broken and codes going off
#5. installed wrong (BackwardsNot the case here just mentioning it)
I always tell people to go someplace else if they can't come back into spec since 99% of the time the Mids do end up coming back into factory spec.
It's the shops that have been doing alignments for 30 years that can not get these trucks aligned.
With these stats less than 1% not coming back into alignment I do not recommend the Arms for the Mids.
You should drop the truck drive for 2 week min and 4 weeks better so they can settle in before getting an alignment.
The Extremes Need Arms and Links to bring the Swey bar back to OEM position.
The front Upper control arms are coming right after the strut tower bar.
lillyjas What are you out?
Email me your alignment sheet I'm sure I can help