Jeep Wrangler Lift (S06E07)

Chris Duke shows you how to install a 3.5″ MetalCloak suspension lift on a 2014 Jeep Wrangler, and Alan interviews Barrett-Jackson CEO, Craig Jackson.

Product Mentions

Craftsman Tools
MetalCloak JK Wrangler Game-Changer Suspension 3.5″, ARB Edition
Method Race Wheels Double Standard Machined Street Loc
Atturo Trail Blade M/T

Partz Features

Craftsman C3 ½” Impact Wrench w/4Ah XCP battery
Flex-a-Lite Direct-Fit Flex-a-fit Aluminum Radiator and Electric Fans for ’87-’01 Jeep Cherokee XJ
Flex-a-Lite Direct-fit Translife Transmission Cooler for ’87-’01 Jeep Cherokee
Lebra 2 Piece Front End Cover Jeep Wrangler JK (Amazon Affiliate)

Installation Instructions & Tools Needed

MetalCloak JK Wrangler Game-Changer Suspension, ARB Edition
MetalCloak 24-1/2″ Brake Line Kit
MetalCloak JK Wrangler Rear Adjustable Bump Stops

Episode Notes

In this episode #81 (S06E07), we introduce our new co-host, Alan Taylor! In addition to learning how to install a 3.5″ MetalCloak suspension lift with Method Race Wheels and Atturo Tires on a 2014 Jeep Wrangler, you’ll learn more about how Alan got started with his car obsession. Alan also sits down at a recent Barrett-Jackson event to interview CEO Craig Jackson!

In Letterz, Chris answers viewer mail, and in Partz, Chris talks about Craftsman’s new C3 cordless impact wrench, Flex-a-Lite’s aluminum radiator and electric fan kit (with their transmission cooler) for a Jeep Cherokee XJ, and how to protect the front end of your ride with the Covercraft LeBra!

As always, be sure to stick around to watch our out-takes at the very end during the credits!

Music

This episode features an original Motorz theme song by Jeremy Pritchard.

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11 Comments
  1. Double copper washers when installing the brake line or am i missing something?looks like the old one was still stuck on the back of the calliper.

  2. LeBra is still in business? I thought they went out of business in the 90’s. I guess I just haven’t seen a front end cover like that since the 90’s LOL. Paint Protection Film (PPF) has made LeBra obsolete.

  3. Who uses lebra anyways when you take it off after a long period of use you can see were the paint raised and were it was protected by the bra. BTW the 2nd post

  4. Thanks for the detailed video. I have a 2014 JKUR and will be installing that lift in a couple months in my garage. I was on the fence about doing it myself but you have convinced me I can handle it. Your timing couldn’t have been better !!!!!

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