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Happy June Jeep Gladiator Forum Members!

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I am pleased to announce that, thanks to a special partnership with the ReadyLift team, we are able to extend an exclusive group buy on their new SST Kit!

With no minimum to participate, just send us a PM or email with your vehicle information, and we will send over a quote! These are exclusive Forum discounts that are only offered here at Jeep Gladiator Forum!

ReadyLIFT was founded back in 2006, producing quality suspension leveling products allowing vehicle owners to install bigger wheels and tires. ReadyLIFT is the most widely known and consequently the most successful manufacturer of leveling, mild, and complete ‘big’ lift kit systems in the market today. By providing quality products designed and manufactured to give the customer exactly what they want without compromising ride or handling quality, the message has been well received. Not only do they provide a quality product, but they stand firmly behind their product with a “No Hassle” product warranty. Simply put, if it breaks, they will give you a new part.

Now, let’s get into the exciting part… The kit! The 2.5” SST Kit for a Gladiator is a 2.5” heavy duty front & 2” Rear coil spring top mount spring spacers, bump stop extensions, front shock extensions, extended front sway bar end links and brake line drop brackets. With factory bumper and flares, this kit will allow you to clear a 37 (Rubicon) or 35 (Overland/Sport). Flat fenders or a stubby will allow a larger tire size.

NOTE: Kit not compatible with Mojave Edition

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Retail: $469.95
Due to MAP policy, I will not be publically posting the group buy price.

If you have any questions email or PM and we are happy to help!
You can PM us here at or email [email protected] with JGF ReadyLift in the subject line!​

 
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I am quite interested in this. Certainly, if there's one thing my wife wants, it's a big box of parts to go with the huge tires in the garage while my Jeep isn't even built yet.

Is there a geo correction bracket you recommend for this 2.5in lift, or should it not be necessary? How about an adjustable from track bar? Do you find that either or both of those make for a better configuration with this kit?
 

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@22_Sarge_Sport excellent question right out the gate. I am reaching out to my contact at ReadyLift with this exact question to see what they have to say regarding this!
Thank you!

From the limited research I've done, it seems like to run bigger tires a spacer kit sort of:

MUST HAVE: Spacers (obv), shock extenders or longer shocks, bump stop extenders, some way to situate the sway bar in front (end links)

IT DEPENDS: A way to address caster (geo brackets or LCAs), a way to center the axle (adjustable track bar), a way to center the steering wheel

I get that there's a difference between a spacer lift vs new springs and shocks, but the malls aren't going to crawl themselves, so I'd like to get the spacer kit right.
 
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The response I received
This kit has been tested in the harshest off-road and rock crawling environments of the famed Rubicon Trail, and have deemed it is not necessary, however, we do offer a front heavy duty adjustable track bar bracket (77-6004) that will work for this kit.
 


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This kit has been tested in the harshest off-road and rock crawling environments of the famed Rubicon Trail, and have deemed it is not necessary, however, we do offer a front heavy duty adjustable track bar bracket (77-6004) that will work for this kit.
That is quite the blurb. Thank you! I will PM you for pricing/availability on the kit.
 

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Not to be rude but so tired of the Mojave edition being excluded from lift kits and deals like this.
 

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Thank you!

From the limited research I've done, it seems like to run bigger tires a spacer kit sort of:

MUST HAVE: Spacers (obv), shock extenders or longer shocks, bump stop extenders, some way to situate the sway bar in front (end links)

IT DEPENDS: A way to address caster (geo brackets or LCAs), a way to center the axle (adjustable track bar), a way to center the steering wheel

I get that there's a difference between a spacer lift vs new springs and shocks, but the malls aren't going to crawl themselves, so I'd like to get the spacer kit right.

You are 100% correct.

It is not possible to raise the jeep (by the suspension) 2.5" and not make it off-center on the axles and have less than optimal caster geometry.

I'd get the Clayton rear trackbar so you have clearance for that new big spare underneath and possibly a rear trackbar bracket to correct the positioning. An adjustable front as well. https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/...-rear-track-bar-axle-bracket-kit-0-6-5in-lift

The caster is already borderline on stock Jeeps, so I would really recommend a set of front geometry correction brackets as well. https://www.gorancho.com/products/a...rm-geometry-correction-brackets-rs62118b.html

Steering is just a quick adjustment of the drag link.

**Edit: just noticed that front sway bar links are not included. You are asking for a flipped sway bar without these. Recommend Longer adjustable links and if you are going off-road at all defiantly quick release unless you have a Rubi.
 
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You are 100% correct.

It is not possible to raise the jeep (by the suspension) 2.5" and not make it off-center on the axles and have less than optimal caster geometry.

I'd get the Clayton rear trackbar so you have clearance for that new big spare underneath and possibly a rear trackbar bracket to correct the positioning. An adjustable front as well. https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/...-rear-track-bar-axle-bracket-kit-0-6-5in-lift

The caster is already borderline on stock Jeeps, so I would really recommend a set of front geometry correction brackets as well. https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/...MI4eWw9MGM-AIVKmpvBB38IAX8EAQYBCABEgJ9YPD_BwE

Steering is just a quick adjustment of the drag link.
The link for the geometry correction brackets you list above goes to JK brackets. Do the JK brackets fit the JT as well?
 

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The link for the geometry correction brackets you list above goes to JK brackets. Do the JK brackets fit the JT as well?
No you'll need JL/JT correction brackets. corrected link
 


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Can I get sent a price for the group buy? How long before they are expected to ship and how many orders have to be placed in order for it to be a go?
 
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Can I get sent a price for the group buy? How long before they are expected to ship and how many orders have to be placed in order for it to be a go?
We are requiring no order minimum at the moment, parts are currently in stock, and emailing you a quote!
 

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I'll take a quote as well please.
 

 
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