FAQ

What is the “Pinch Weld Mod” and do I need to do it?

The "Pinch Weld Mod" is a simple, and common modification for the Jeep KL in order to run larger tires. When you upgrade to a larger tire, the pinch weld from the factory can start to rub on the tires espescialy during suspension compression. This modification simply grinds down the pinch weld so it is less obtrusive and will allow for your tires to have a little extra clearance. Doing this will allow you to run up to a 32" tire.

You can follow this guide, found on jeepcherokeeclub.com, to learn more on how to do this modification.

How do I know what drive-line I have?

There are 4 drive-lines for the 2014+ Jeep Cherokee. FWD (Front Wheel Drive), ADI (Active Drive I), ADII (Active Drive II) & Trailhawk. If you are unsure in which drive-line you have on your Cherokee, you can use the image below as a quick way to figure it out.

What is MFC Offroad’s Return Policy?

In stock Items: A 15% restocking fee will be applied for returns.

Custom Products: No returns are accepted on custom order products.

How can I fit a 32” tire on my platform?

In order to fit 32" tires, you will have to do the "Pinch Weld Mod" and have at least a 2" lift.

Will MFC work with Dobinsons?

Our MFC 2" lift will work in combination with the Dobinsons spring & strut lift, this is often called the MFC + lift.

My rear wheel doesn’t look centered. How do I fix this?

From the factory, FWD and ADI drive lines have the rear wheels slightly off center. As a result to this when you are lifting your Jeep the rear wheels will become even more off center, and can cause rubbing issues. To correct this, on both stock and lifted vehicles, the purchase of our wheel centering kit will line everything back up correctly. 

How do I get more travel out of my front and rear suspension?

Jeep made it incredibly hard for us to figure it out a way to achieve longer travel on the 2014+ Cherokee platform. The unfortunate thing is long travel suspension cannot be done in the front due to the deflection and limiting aspects of the lower control arm mating with the sub-frame. When the tire is off the ground, that's the absolute lowest it will go. 


 But with our engineering and hard work, we were able to squeeze an additional 4 inches of travel out of the rear suspension. Our "Longer Travel" kit will get you the most possible out of the rear suspension utilizing Fox Shocks.