Hi! I'm the owner of a 04 tj and I have some questions and need some advice. I know there are probably plenty of threads with these same questions but from everything I've seen I haven't been able to find somebody with quite the same questions as me. So ill get started.
As of right now I have a completely stock jeep, besides a 2" knock off spacer block lift. I ordered a new trackbar from summit (ordered to hopefully fix my death wobble) and will be installing it tomorrow.
I'm looking to lift my jeep more. I want to go 4" so I can throw on some 33"s.
Im considering the Rough country N2 series lift kit.
When I went to Firestone the other day to look at tires, one of the employees/a fellow Jeeper told me that I would need to purchase a new pitman arm and a new trackbar (adjustable or just a relocator, can't remember), as well as a SYE. Pitman arm and track bar isn't a big deal to me. However they said that a SYE along with installation would be about 1k. This is the first I've ever heard of a SYE so I'm just wondering if its absolutely necessary or if its just something ill need if my jeep isn't driving properly.
So basically my question is, is this true? Will I need a new pitman arm and a new trackbar? What about the SYE? I was told by somebody else that all they needed for their 4" was a rear trackbar adapter, however he has skyjacker.
I don't know a whole lot about lift kits, if you can't tell.
I just want to be able to get 4" of lift without a ton of complications and additional purchases. I probably sound like a total newb who doesn't have any idea what they're doing and I pretty much don't, so can anybody lead me down the right path?