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You're aligning it "before" you put on the new wheels/tires??

I'm not an expert, so I'm not sure if it'll make a difference. I would just think the alignment would be done after the new wheels/tires were put on.
 

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That's what I thought too, but the alignment shop recommended doing it before. I will probably get it checked again after a few hundred miles
 

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Make sure they have a free alignment check or whatever they call it so after you put your new wheels/tires on you can bring it back and they will check it and realign if necessary.
 

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If your lift is installed and the alignment is done you are good to go. Only reason to adjust alignment is if suspension geometry has changed.
 

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I can't wait to wear my tires out so I can justify bigger tires and a lift
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Good looking truck man. I like those wheels, they were one of my top choices when I leveled my truck.
 

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Nice stance. I had the T/A KO's on my previous jeep and they performed well on and off the road. Quiet, smooth and strong sidewall.
 

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No idea the shop called it a 2.5" leveling kit but I assumed it was the 2.4 kit. I didn't see the box so I really can't confirm anything
 
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