the only thing I’ll pay to have installed are ring and pinions and tires.
I went with all Synergy components:
Front and rear springs
Front track bar
Front steering brace
Front lower arms
Icon rear trackbar
Teraflex bumpstops front and rear
5-37”Cooper STT Pros...
not sure if you’re new to buying new or used vehicles but if you offer them that, they won’t even bother to respond to you. My guess is they won’t take less than $47k for it. There isn’t a huge mark up on used vehicles. Not sure what he got for it but I’d guess it’s in the $46k range. I’ll ask...
My buddy Lincoln owned and traded it for a Raptor. It has a Warn Evo 10s, Mopar 2” lift (not a body lift), front and rear adjustable track bars, Fox stabilizer, 4.88’s installed by RubiTrux in Boone, new Yokahama 37s, etc.
He took a beating on it I’m sure. I’d guess he had over $9k in it...
Best way is to put it on an alignment machine.
I’d start with the 1/4” longer and adjust as needed. Also to help with steering I wouldn’t stay within the stock spec.
I bumped my caster up to 6* and it’s much better. I also added a little toe.