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TSB for Mopar 2” lift

Clyde

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New here posting to the forum, but have gathered much info from it in the past month or two - it’s been a great resource for info.

On to my question, for those who have or might know about the updated 2” Mopar lift (77072424AB)... can you physically see the spacers the diagram in the TSB is showing.

Reason I ask is because I had the dealer install one on my truck last month (Jan 2020), my truck still has a significant amount of rake, and the front does not look as high as I anticipated. The invoice I got for the parts/service give the part # 77072424AB, however the box that I got my old parts back in only have the part # 77072424, with a manufactured date of 7/07/2018.

I’m thinking may they passed the old lift (pre TSB) off on me.

I’m pretty disappointed in this dealership, they have already tried pull some shady things off on me, so I’m pretty sure if I call and ask they will just tell me I have the right one. I’m going to have to verify myself that I do in fact have the updated version.

Any info you guys can help me out with would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Here are the labels on the box that I got my original parts back in.
 

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I'm away on vacation. If you dont get answer by the time I get home. I'll take a picture of the box my kit came in. Haven't installed yet.
 

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So after several hours of research on this forum, I think I found my answer... below is a pic of my front shock, I’ve highlighted the spacer that the TSB calls for. Somewhere on this forum is a great thread explaining this and showing pics with and without the spacer... I was going to post a direct link to that thread but already lost it in the abyss of threads.
 

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Anyone have any advice/experience on adding the ORP/ORG springs to the Mopar lift. I saw a few people on here who did it but they did not have that many miles on it yet at the time they were posting. Also saw a few saying it was a bad idea...
 

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