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Default Install lift kit - better start front or rear?

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I have a question to the one of you who installed a lift kit on their Jeep previously:

I mentioned that I am planning to install my reduced lift kit over the weekend. I just wonder if it is better to start at the front axle or better at the rear?
Or does it not matter in the end?

My gut feeling tells me "what ever" but just want to make sure.

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Doesn’t matter in my opinion, do whatever end is closest or easiest.
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Do the front first. Its the hardest. The rear is a piece of piss compared to the front.
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Well, I started off with the rear since i had parked my Jeep already and the brakes are off at the moment to exchange the brake fluid and bleed them.

Rear is indeed quite easy. Will find out soon how much more effort the front will take .

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