Let's see those Mojave's and Mods

TheRealGinjaNinja

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so the AEV kit + geo brackets (AEV makes some too) are likely the best bet ?
For me it was. You could do longer control arms with or without the geometry brackets as well. I felt like there are more benefits with geometry brackets vs longer arms so went with that. Paid $489 for the lift and $182 for the brackets after tax+shipping. Sold the ProCal for $75.

Another thing to consider is I have heard AEV stopped shipping ProCal with the kit but I don't think they lowered the price, so the economics may be a bit different. Also, the AEV geometry brackets are literally double the cost of what I got the Rancho brackets for, and they are both fully welded one piece units.

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For me it was. You could do longer control arms with or without the geometry brackets as well. I felt like there are more benefits with geometry brackets vs longer arms so went with that. Paid $489 for the lift and $182 for the brackets after tax+shipping. Sold the ProCal for $75.

Another thing to consider is I have heard AEV stopped shipping ProCal with the kit but I don't think they lowered the price, so the economics may be a bit different. Also, the AEV geometry brackets are literally double the cost of what I got the Rancho brackets for, and they are both fully welded one piece units.

Cheers
Thanks for the info.

the only rancho brackets i see, dont mention Mojave.
https://www.gorancho.com/products/a...rm-geometry-correction-brackets-rs62118b.html

shipping is crazy, so im just trying to sort out what i need
 

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Did some light PA mountain trails with a buddy over New Years. Stock Mojave suspension, only the Method 704s and 37x12.5 General ATX, swaybar still connected. I was surprised when I flexed it out on the rock, the front wheels actually looked like they would have had more room. The rear tires were more of the limiting factor. AEV 2” lift and geo correction brackets waiting to go on to help fix this.

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Is anybody running the JKS Flex connect link on their Mojave? I wanted to go with an antirock setup but am not down with relocating the reservoirs. I realize the Flex connect setup will not be the same as fully disconnected and am ok with that in effort to preserve the front shocks from being the limiting factor to droop. I figure I will run the medium or soft springs in the link.
 

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Did some light PA mountain trails with a buddy over New Years. Stock Mojave suspension, only the Method 704s and 37x12.5 General ATX, swaybar still connected. I was surprised when I flexed it out on the rock, the front wheels actually looked like they would have had more room. The rear tires were more of the limiting factor. AEV 2” lift and geo correction brackets waiting to go on to help fix this.

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Where in PA?
 

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Has anyone noticed a leaking shock in their Mojave? My driver rear is leaking at 11,800 miles. Noticed in another post that a guy with another 21 Mojave has the same issue.
 
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