I have a quick question...would I need to replace tom he driveshaft on my 2015 2 door auto transmission JK with a 2.5" lift. I've heard through people that I need to install longer control arms in order to keep my driveshaft from bowing. Any answers would be helpful. Thanks!
I had a 2012 JKU with a RK 2.5" Max Travel Pro lift and I had to replace my stock front driveshaft with an Adams but my brother has a 2010 JKU with a Rustys 3.25" advanced lift and he is still running his stock driveshafts.
As some people have said before, it depends on the Jeep. Just funny that way.
I haven't worked on 2 doors much but on my 4 doors I have added exhaust extensions and when the front axle is drooped down all the way your shocks limit the down travel if you don't have limiting straps. A taller lift usually has longer shock travel that will allow your ds to hit your exhaust, even with spacers. Normal road driving it will be fine, if you wheel it you are going to tear the boot on the driveshaft then it is a matter of time for it to fail...