Rick Snowden: Word of caution, when you remove the front and rear track bar, my suspension shifted over and was a real bitch to pull back in place. I had to use come along attached to my HD 2500 to realign...
Rick Snowden: Music sounds like a bad Russian movie, many more videos out here that are more informative.
spartict: worst video in america
darkshade6636: get new 2" springs and use the 2 " spacer blocks on the front to level out the jeep. buy 2" extended bump stops daystar/rubicon express ect..using just the spacer cup on the rear is really a crappy setup.the spring just looks like it wants to fall off the spacer .If all you do is drive the street it might survive but offroading , don't do it.when you take the bump stops off you will need to pry out the rubber stop to get to the bolt that holds the cup on you CANNOT twist the cups off as the instructions say.that is on XJ's only and the bump stop looks entirely different. The spacer will not fit over the cup without removing it.pretty easy install when you have bought all the correct parts.Longer track bars and control arms would be nice but not necessary on a 2" lift.I wish someone had actually posted this info before i dug into my TJ as it was a very learning experience to install a supposedly 50$ 2" lift on my jeep..real cost is closer to 350$....
Robert Hoffman: so that's 70 inch's to the top of the roof not the top of the rack?
postmann1000: do i need New sway bar link if i lift my tj 2" from stock ?
j tr: i like the part where you can't read the words. i also like the dramatic version of "nothing else matters" for a 2" lift
ukfan4sure1: I agree, I started reading and it text would be off the screen on one side or the other. Thanks for documenting your install.
Chevagado: Did you notice that a lot of your text got cut off while doing the dramatic wipes and fades? Good pics though.