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How to Install Rough Country 3/4 In. Leveling Kit on your 2007-2013 Wrangler

Tools Required
  • 10mm Wrench
  • 14mm Socket
  • 16mm Wrench
  • 16mm Socket
  • 18mm Wrench
  • 18mm Socket
  • 19mm Deep Well Socket
  • Jack
  • Jack Stands
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1. Jack up the front of the vehicle and support the vehicle with jack stands, so that the front wheels are off the ground. Chock rear wheels.

2. Remove the front tires/wheels, using a 19mm deep well socket

3. Using a 18mm socket and wrench remove the bottom sway bar bolts. Retain hardware for later use. See PHOTO 1

4. Remove the lower shock bolt using a 18mm socket and wrench. Using a 14mm wrench unbolt the top of the shock and remove. See PHOTO 2.

5. Push down on the axle to allow room for the coils to be removed. Remove coil springs, and factory spring isolator.

6. Install the spacer over the factory bump stop with the lip of the spacer pointing down. See PHOTO 3.

7. Reinstall the factory coil spring, and the factory spring isolator. Be sure to rotate the spring until the pigtail hits the stop. See PHOTO 4.


1. Check all fasteners for proper torque. Check to ensure there is adequate clearance between all rotating, mobile, fixed and heated members. Check steering for interference and proper working order. Test brake system.

2. Perform steering sweep. The distance between the tire sidewall and the brake hose must be checked closely. Cycle the steering from full turn to full turn to check for clearance. Failure to perform inspections may result in component failure.

3. Re torque all fasteners after 500 miles. Visually inspect components and re torque fasteners during routine vehicle service.

4. Readjust headlights to proper settings.

Maintenance Information

It is the ultimate buyers responsibility to have all bolts/nuts checked for tightness after the first 500 miles and then every 1000 miles. Wheel alignment steering system, suspension and driveline systems must be inspected by a qualified professional mechanic at least every 3000 miles