May 17

Old Man Emu BP-51 Premium 4 inch lift Install on my JK

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I am tackling the install this weekend but I can not find an installation guide on the ARB site nor the interweb. The closest I found was a YouTube video of the Teraflex 4 inch lift install. Any ideas of where I might find the PDF or a video?

The part number for the lift package is OMEJK4BP51P

I appreciate you looking. We were able to figure it out without an installation guide. Most of the items came with there own instructions. The only issue we ran into was where to mount the sway bar mounts to hold them after disconnecting. It took a while to figure that out.

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