people say pro comp is bad and this took one hell of a beating and still ran fine.
and I was told mines been on for 4-5 years
99 TJ 4.0l 5speed, Bushwacker flares, JKS endlinks, Procomp stabalizer, Procomp 4 inch lift, 3 inch body lift, edge intake, Edge throttle body, Edge control module, flowmaster exhaust, Maxxis bighorn 35x12.5x15 tires on allied progressive beadlock wheels, sony cdx-fw700 cd player, xplod front speakers, eclipse rear speakers,Olympic 4X4 Products Xtreme Duty Tire Carrier in Rubicon Black
I got a TJ 99 with 4 wheel drive sittin out back of the jail
I was actually looking for what physically differed from the other skyjacker 4in lift. and after i posted this, the magazine stated that the only difference is that it includes shocks and doesnt have quick discos. IMO if want 4 inches, for cheap but with same benefits, here ya go.. purchasing mine for chrimmas.
If in FIRST you dont succeed, hit SECOND and gas it!
Skyjacker has really 'upped' their game in the last 3 years.
Their control arms are good, their springs are nice and their hydro shocks ride very nice. Their odd lift they have out that has a front adn rear girdle to raise axle side mounting locations and such was a night mare to keep torque’d. So a lot of people heard a lot of bad things around that time. I don’t think they offer it any more though?
I would run skyjacker before ProComp, rough country, super lift etc. RE is Questionably better and I like Rock Krawler, but Currie is the best I believe, when taking Everything in to consideration.
Try to stay under 4” or you will need a 1”-1.25” body lift and motor mount lift, or a SYE kit to fix your drive line angles and such.