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Old 03-30-2011, 07:58 PM   #1
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I have a 1990 2.5l and about to get a lift but I don't know of a good 2.5"-3.5" lift I was thinking maybe a superlift 3.5" but don't know if it's good please any info would help !

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Had a superlift 4" on my tj. Ride was so so and was not thrilled with it. Looking at rubicon express or black diamond on my yj. Cost more so price point might be a factor. A lot of things on wf about rough country which I know is cheaper. Some like it some don't.

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rite i was looking into the rough country at first, than i asked the guys i go with and quite a few told me superlift most own a jk but one has a tj and loves it he said rides great, i was looking into fabtech also
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rite i was looking into the rough country at first, than i asked the guys i go with and quite a few told me superlift most own a jk but one has a tj and loves it he said rides great, i was looking into fabtech also
Have no experience with fab tech but hear it is great
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Old 04-11-2011, 12:19 PM   #5
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ive got a superlift 4" lift, rides pretty well, i do have 2 steering stabilizers tho, and street tires (33X12.50) as this is my DD, but ive had it on the trails a few times and it will do just about anything (except mud lol, street tires tend to loose traction pretty quick)
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I have a 4" Rough Country lift and haven't had any problems. Most of the jeeps I run around with are running the same thing and they havent had any problems either. They are pretty good about backing up their products if something does happen. For the price, it was well worth it for me.
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Old 04-12-2011, 08:34 AM   #7
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Thanks, nice looking jeep btw and I ended up 4" procomp lift for 550$ new from 4wd so I ended up with that now time for some 33"s I got 31"s so I'll be fine cause 32"s I need gears I got a 4 cylinder daily driver in a year or two plan on dropping in a 350 or a straight 6 haven't decided yet
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Thanks, nice looking jeep btw and I ended up 4" procomp lift for 550$ new from 4wd so I ended up with that now time for some 33"s I got 31"s so I'll be fine cause 32"s I need gears I got a 4 cylinder daily driver in a year or two plan on dropping in a 350 or a straight 6 haven't decided yet
I am running 33's on my 4 cylinder with 4.10 gears.
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Old 04-12-2011, 09:25 AM   #9
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I only got stock yj axles and gears so I'd have to upgrade cause aren't they stock like 3.56 ?
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I only got stock yj axles and gears so I'd have to upgrade cause aren't they stock like 3.56 ?
The 4 cylinders came out with 4.10 gears. There is a plate on your axle that will tell you what gears you have unless they have been changed.

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