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Old 09-21-2013, 06:08 PM   #1
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2001, tj lift build

Okay so i have recently bought a 2001, 60th anniversary jeep wrangler and it already has a 4" trail master suspension lift. but i am not sure what was exactly put on it. It does not has a transfer drop case and i dont think it has a different pitman arm. There is some play in the steering wheel about 3 inches from on side to another and at highway speeds the jeep turns on way or another by itself and is a little nerve wrecking driving on packed highways lol. I know its not safe but im considering buying a 3" body lift and Im not sure what i else i would need extending wise from getting the 3" body lift. Mainly doing body lift because i am on a small budget and i think it would be the cheapest way to lift it to fit the tires I am getting. If theres any cheaper way to make it so my 35's arent hitting my fendors i'd appreciate it. Thanks for the help!!!
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