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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-23-2013, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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HELP!!!! 2 inch lift alignment specs

I recently installed a RC 2 inch spacer lift, I went to firestone to get an alignment done, did some more front end work (ball joints) had another alignment done at firestone, then put on Rocky road UCA's and had another alignment done all within the course of the past month. during the last alignment they broke a camber bolt because it was "rusted in place". made me think they didn't adjust any camber or caster during the first 2 alignments? caster and camber are still out of spec, so tomorrow I am taking it to jeep dealership to get a "proper" alignment done. they said they don't have the specs for a lifted jeep but they can align it to factory specs. they also said if I bring in the "lifted" specs they can match that. does anyone have or know where I can find them? please help

BTW firestone refunded me all my money.
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It should be aligned to factory specs. There is no such thing as lifted specs and with RRO control arms they should have no problem getting it aligned properly




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awesome, thanks for the info. that's what I was reading in some other research.
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