Took the jeep over to Kyle's house yesterday to flex it out and figure out what hits and what's good.

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Front touches the bolt on that bracket.... that's it. So I'm going to extend the bump probably an inch.
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Everything in the back along the frame rail clears just fine
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Best we could tell, the sway bar bracket is what finally keeps the axle from dropping more. The shock at this point was hitting the frame, so i'm going to get some relocation brackets that move the bottom of the shock outward to clear and full drop.

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Clearance between frame and truss at full stuff
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Bottom of the jeep has seen some use
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The rear tire's at full stuff hit the pinch weld pretty good... normally I'd take a hammer to that, but being that it's a brand new jeep I will bolt on some extensions for the bump stops to solve that. Overall super happy with it, bump stops will solve all my rubbing issues and a couple brackets will solve the shock / frame issue. Jeep still sits low to the ground like I wanted and still flexes out pretty dang good.