Thanks much. Mojave suspension comes up for sale all the time.Nice looking truck, I wish they had announced the Mojave before I leased mine. I will need to test one, but it is pretty much exactly how I wanted to set mine up. Will be hoping I have some equity on my lease when it gets turned in lol
I think if I planned to go above and beyond factory Mojave specs that's the way I would go, but all the other Mojave parts would put me well over just trading it in.Thanks much. Mojave suspension comes up for sale all the time.
Ill be selling mine in a couple months. Ive got an opportunity to go fox racing custom one offs.
Id be surprised if you could flip a used truck to a new one for $2-2500, but that would be sweet.I think if I planned to go above and beyond factory Mojave specs that's the way I would go, but all the other Mojave parts would put me well over just trading it in.
You are far more than simply mechanically inclined, Kurt.View attachment 134711
Buddy came up and helped with the install. A quick word: It’s not terribly hard, but it is very involved and its a fair amount of work. If you even question “can I do this myself?” My advice to you would be not to try. There’s drilling, a lot of specific tq specs, measurements, on and on that have to be right or the truck wont drive right. If you’re comfortable WGD (Wrenching, Grinding, Drilling) and you have time on your schedule, then full send.
A quick exec-sum here followed by a couple pics and videos
What we did:
- Fabtech Mojave Specific basic lift. No, the shock mounts do not have to be drilled out with this kid the way they do on others. No, the springs did NOT compromise the ride of the Mojave system. They integrate flawlessly to the stock shocks and the truck rides like stock. MAYBE a touch stiffer, but its perfect. Minimal body roll increase if any from added lift height.
- Synergy Drag Link and Tie Rod w/ Fox 2.0 reinstalled w/ Dana HD ball joints
- @Clayton Off Road Overland+ control arm kit & adjustable track bars front and rear. This is REALLY nice shit.
- Rock Jock carrier bearing drop spacer
- Rock Krawler rear track bar relocation tower
- The front Teraflex track bar relocation bracket did not fit based on the bolt for the steering stabilizer relocation mount. I have a Synergy relocation bracket on back order, and will assess if my wheels will allow for a drag link flip. If I can DLF, I will do the bracket in the front as well.
- AEV Geometry correction brackets. These are a *GAME CHANGER* for your at-speed on-highway vehicle dynamics. The truck dives LESS NOW that it did stock under hard braking. For the “I wheel so hard Id rip those things right off” crowd: Eehhh, you really don’t. As you can see they arent that low relative to other points of the truck. If they dont work for you, that’s fine, build your truck as you see fit for your purposes. I prioritize vehicle dynamics over EVERYTHING else I do with suspension, hence the selection. If you’re a big time rock krawler, then these might not be the best approach. But for overanding, daily driving, moderate trail use, etc these things are imo worth it.
- Total lift height came in between 2-2.5ish inches, and Ill add a 3/4 rear spacer to the rear to get some rake built in. If you want level truck, this lift is level as stock.
Pics of Geo bracket LCA mount vs stock rear frame LCA mount: there is no loss of clearance relative to other points.
Hope that helps!!!
I appreciate that thanks haha. I was never ‘trained’ as a mechanic so I wont claim it. I also left out the fact that we totally fucked up and accidentally disconnected both front upper control arms and the axle rolled forward. We disconnected the driver side having completely forgotten the pass was already disconnected.You are far more than simply mechanically inclined, Kurt.