ZJ Grand Cherokee Installation Instruction Guides by KevinsOffroad | Jan 1, 2006 | Installation Guides | 14 comments (If you have questions or a comment… post it below, and we’ll answer you ASAP!) 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Any insight would be helpful. Log in to Reply Rob - KOR Customer Service on July 22, 2013 at 11:04 am Brian, Thanks so much. Sorry for the shipping mishap with customs keeping some samples. Please let us know if you we can be of further assistance. Rob KOR Log in to Reply Brian Mills on July 9, 2013 at 9:44 pm Put the kit in today. I had to use a Moog bushing at the axle, Kevin’s are way better, I could tell even as I pressed them all in. I am very happy with the results, quality piece, very well put together, and more than restores all the drivability. Thank you Kevin and all of your staff! Brian Log in to Reply Brian on July 1, 2013 at 10:30 am Yes Rob, it appears that the box was opened at the post office. Log in to Reply Rob - KOR Customer Service on July 1, 2013 at 1:17 am Brian, I have notified the warehouse of your issue, and have asked them to get the missing part out to you ASAP. YOu should receive an email as soon as it has shipped out. We sincerely apologize for the problem with your shipment. If you can email us at email@example.com to let us know if your package was open or damaged when you received it, that would be much appreciated. Sincerely, Rob KOR Staff Log in to Reply Brian Mills on June 26, 2013 at 5:14 pm I received my death wobble kit for a v8 zj, and got only 3 of the big black bushings, each one being one half of a complete bushing. I am wondering about the approximate time I can expect the remaining piece. Thank you Log in to Reply Rob - KOR Customer Service on May 21, 2013 at 5:30 pm CJ, We’ve already replied to you on this via email, but for anyone stumbling upon this post, the instructions for the individual parts can be found here: http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/zj-grand-cherokee-installation-instruction-guides/ Rob KOR Staff Log in to Reply CJ on May 12, 2013 at 1:12 pm Kevin, I bought the KOR-9901-ZJ-6 Death Wobble Kit back in November 2012 and I am getting ready to install it – but I don’t see the instructions anywhere. Thanks, CJ Log in to Reply kevin on August 17, 2011 at 11:09 am Here’s a link, Boris…I had to re-upload it for some reason: http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Hard-KOR-ZJ-Front-bumper-install.pdf Log in to Reply Boris on August 16, 2011 at 1:12 am I have bought a stealth bumper and don’t have any instructions and help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Log in to Reply kevin on April 5, 2011 at 8:46 am Shelly: It sounds like you already read through the instructions located here: http://kevinsoffroad.com/category/installation-guides/ The part number you’re mentioning (4d09jmt) doesn’t sound like a KOR part number…I’m not exactly sure what that is. Would you please take a photo (or photos) of what you rec’d, and e-mail it to sales at kevinsoffroaddotcom and I’ll verify that you got everything you SHOULD have gotten, and will identify any strange parts that may have happened into your box accidentally. Thank you very much for the kind words, Shelly! -Kevin Log in to Reply Shelly Fradenburg on April 3, 2011 at 7:32 pm I have a 97 laredo zj and I purchased a light bar and a tire carrier and I have parts I am not exactly sure what to do with and the instructions didnt clear it up. I have an envelope with two black plates # 4d09jmt and I dont know what part they go to! If you could please expnad on where these go I can not figure it out. Thank you so much and btw my lights that came with my light bar by far surpassed my expectations!! Your products kick tail! Shelly Log in to Reply kevin on January 15, 2011 at 8:22 am Phil: All of our rear bumpers come with a 2″x2″ square receiver which will accept Reese or any other manufacturer’s tow bar and ball. On the long arm kit, here’s a list of things factory-spec items that will need to be modified and/or swapped out: Front Driveshaft lengthened (typically) Rear Driveshaft lengthened (or replaced with Slip Yoke Eliminator setup from Tom Wood) Steering – not absolutely necessary if you don’t do heavy offroading with disconnected sway bars, but you’ll notice the upper tie rod end on the Pitman arm beginning to bind during heavy droop offroad with 7″ of lift. It can be swapped out for the U-Turn steering upgrade (my preference) or the Currie Currectlinc to remedy the situation. I prefer the U-turn because it’s more of a complete solution. Longer front and rear sway bar endlinks (or longer sway bar disconnect links in the front). The Clayton kit comes with JKS front discos included, but you’ll need longer rear endlinks, available from many different vendors, including BDS, Teraflex, etc. ZJ: Longer brake lines, included in the Clayton kit WJ: Factory-length brake lines are fine, due to the way that Jeep routed them on the WJ Adjustable length front track bar (included in the Clayton Kit) Skid Plate: WJ skid plate available here , ZJ available from Clayton Let me know what other questions you may have! Kevin Log in to Reply phil brown on January 15, 2011 at 3:22 am I have a 98 laredo that i am going to build. i am ready to order your front and rear stealth bumpers. Does the rear bumper have the reese reciever in it, or is that extra? If I order the 6.5 long arm suspension kit, what other components do I need for the steering, drive shafts etc? Thank you. 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