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Old 04-18-2014, 06:24 PM   #1
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Hey forum members, Im not sure where to post this question exactly so i apologize if its in the wrong section but i am new so hopefully that makes up for some of my ignorance. My girlfriend just bought a 2007 Wrangler Sahara with about 40,000 miles and it has a lift kit installed (we think a 3-4" lift). Well after driving it a few days shes having a hard time getting use to driving a lifted jeep, shes coming from a jeep liberty. We were wondering what would be involved to return it back to stock? We do not have the original stock parts so if anyone can give us an idea of what we would need to buy, I can research the prices after i know what to look for, unless someone has a rough idea of the cost off the top of their head. Shes in Connecticut but will be coming back to michigan at the begining of may, im stating that because if anyone is looking to raise their stock jeep and would be interested in trading their stock parts for our lifted parts that would probably be the best situation for us and i would assume a good deal for someone else. I dont have any info on the lift kit but I can come up with the info if someone can let me know what i need to look at to get the relevant info if anyones interested in trading.

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Old 04-19-2014, 06:47 AM   #5
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Hey forum members, Im not sure where to post this question exactly so i apologize if its in the wrong section but i am new so hopefully that makes up for some of my ignorance. My girlfriend just bought a 2007 Wrangler Sahara with about 40,000 miles and it has a lift kit installed (we think a 3-4" lift). Well after driving it a few days shes having a hard time getting use to driving a lifted jeep, shes coming from a jeep liberty. We were wondering what would be involved to return it back to stock? We do not have the original stock parts so if anyone can give us an idea of what we would need to buy, I can research the prices after i know what to look for, unless someone has a rough idea of the cost off the top of their head. Shes in Connecticut but will be coming back to michigan at the begining of may, im stating that because if anyone is looking to raise their stock jeep and would be interested in trading their stock parts for our lifted parts that would probably be the best situation for us and i would assume a good deal for someone else. I dont have any info on the lift kit but I can come up with the info if someone can let me know what i need to look at to get the relevant info if anyones interested in trading. Thanks for reading and any info will be greatly appreciated!
I'm not sure about your area, but I see stock suspensions on Craigslist ALL THE TIME. Basically, buy someone take-off Rubicon parts (look for the red shocks) with low miles. Download the installation instructions for whatever lift is on it, and do it in reverse.

Also, of you post locally on the forum, maybe someone with a stock height jeep will come over to assist, and you guys could just swap!!
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