Leveling kit?

  1. IWantAJeepGladiator

    IWantAJeepGladiator Well-Known Member

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    Looking at the photos, or for people that have seen it in person, do we think it will need a small bunch in the front?
     
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  2. DMoney

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    Depends on your intentions. If you don't plan on towing then it would benefit but if you do plan on towing then I would leave the rake to compensate for the squatting the trailer causes.
     
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  3. jeepguy225

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    After watching JLU videos of before and after a leveling kit, I would say Yes, especially if you install a heavy bumper, winch, lights, etc in the front.
     
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  4. Big-Foot

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    IMHO - I think leveled trucks carrying any sort of load look dumb and handle worse. My trucks may get lifted, but they’ll always be used as trucks (by me) so they will keep the rake.
     
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