02 Sport with 2.5” front & 2” rear lift W 245/75/16 Duractracs

Bob Clayton

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Thanks. That picture was in Western NC over the 4th of July weekend. I had just installed the Iron Rock Off Road rear upper adjustable control arm and the adjustable lower rear arms too. Huge difference ! I even towed my old 6X4 JD Gator back to my house. I put the Liberty through its paces on tight, hilly trails with lots of big ruts so I could “twist” the rear suspension and see the difference. It articulated much better than the stock setup. Wished I’d gone this route years ago instead of wasting time, effort and money replacing the upper arm every 6 months to a year. Attached are pics of the new rear components. Very beefy and seem well built, not like something cobbled up in someone’s garage. The box it all came in weighed 71 pounds according to UPS.
 

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duderz7

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Cool, did you paint them yourself? I didn't think they had color options.
 

Bob Clayton

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yes. They came black. I wanted to liven it up a little down under. In that picture I had not gone back and removed the greasy kid marks from the install !
 
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