Lighting after lift

Pthorpe84

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#1
Any good practices on getting your headlights re aligned after a lift? Mine look like high beams all the time now and high beams....are higher lol


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#2
There are adjustments on the mounting ring. You simply turns the screws to adjust the angle. Find you spot that is level and get about 30 from a wall so you can get a good measurement of where you want the beam to be.
 

Pthorpe84

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#3
Was hopping it was that easy. Lots of pissed off vehicles between Moab and Knoxville. I guess it’s time to fix it.


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#4
Yeah, I know that feeln! After getn new lights I was getn cussed, flipped off and called everything under the sun. There’s a horizontal adj torx screw you can get to without removing everything, I have Inspired Engineering Evo II’s so I didn’t have to remove everything that is. May be different with other lights. If you remove the ring, there’s a vertical adj torx screw. Really easy on my 2016. I’m guessing the JK’s are pretty much the same on that aspect. Good luck!!


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Pthorpe84

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#7
Yeah, I know that feeln! After getn new lights I was getn cussed, flipped off and called everything under the sun. There’s a horizontal adj torx screw you can get to without removing everything, I have Inspired Engineering Evo II’s so I didn’t have to remove everything that is. May be different with other lights. If you remove the ring, there’s a vertical adj torx screw. Really easy on my 2016. I’m guessing the JK’s are pretty much the same on that aspect. Good luck!!


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Every time someone flashed there brights at me, I would just kick on the light bar and it solved the problem..[emoji23][emoji23][emoji23]


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