Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Re-Upload | How To Install a Jeep Wrangler JL Lift Kit – Rock Krawler 2.5" X-Factor Complete Install

Main Re-Upload | How To Install a Jeep Wrangler JL Lift Kit – Rock Krawler 2.5" X-Factor Complete Install

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    In this how to video I’ll guide you through a complete install on a Rock Krawler 2.5″ X-Factor lift kit for a 2018 Jeep Wrangler JLU however, the install of any lift kit …

    WimpyDave’s Rubber Room

    So the exhaust pipes are the same length, Performance reasons, Jk, and JL have that loop in the left side exhaust pipe….. even the Gladiator!

    ken halverson

    I would love to have your opinion I'm going to buy a witch for my Jeep I'm looking at the 10000 pound Warren or a 12000 pound Smittybilt what would you recommend 2016 jku

    David Green

    I watched the first video and thought the control arm was in backwards, but then I thought Matt could not possibly be wrong! I'm doing my RK lift next weekend, luckily for me the JK installation looks much easier than the JL.

    Chris Smith

    I'm old school. I miss the CJ's. I know the JL is technically better. More advanced. I miss the days of putting the springs on top of the axels, longer shackles, and done. Maybe adjusting the drive shaft angle depending on how much lift you put on it. I remember my dad and I got a 75 CJ down to the frame in 5 hours. Built own own inline body which means the body is inside or even with the frame. You drive from the center. Passenger behind driver. No lift needed. Just slap some Gumbo Monster Murders, 42's. Cause lift kits don't give your more clearance axle to ground, they let you put bigger tires on. God I miss simplicity.

    Tom Cooper

    Um…….. for some reason this feels awful familiar……. oh ya, I watched this the first time it came out.

    George R

    Mmm I’m in the mood for some fried chicken

    mike young

    Hi Matt, Yous guys make excellent videos. I have a 5 spd. '99 TJ, I've acquired everything I need to swap out the 4cyl. for a 6 cyl. 4.0 L H.O., Only 88k on it, $400! and it started right up in the salvage yard! I felt it was a great deal. Ax-15 and transfer case only cost $350 for both! and he threw in the shafts!!!! So, I figured I should keep looking for some other deals, namely a rear Dana 44. I was recently given exclusive access to a junked car yard. I saw a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo. The rear axle looks like a Dana 44, unable to make out the ratio. I am aware 93-04 Rodeos had a Dana 44. Do you have any experience taking a Rodeo Dana 44 and putting it on a TJ? Have you heard of anyone doing this? Did you know Rodeos have a Dana 44? Let me know your thoughts on this. Crescent Hammer…funny.


    Oh look, YouTube is turning into Regular TV… We’re doing reruns now.

    123Volt123 JmanElec

    Bleeping chicken

    Joel Hatala

    This hands down is the best channel on YouTube

    Oraven 1

    Rock crawler is garbage. Metalcloak is the way to go.

    mortada chevy


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