Dragging this old thread up because I'm about ready to do the SOA and thought now would be a good time to get rid of the body lift, if I'm going to.
Is there any real advantage to dumping the body lift? The SOA will give me more than enough height for what I need. I know that the body lift adds some extra probability to tipping over or coming off your wheels by raising the center of gravity, but are there any other advantages?
If I did do this, I would likely trade the 3 inch system for a 1 inch daystar system to drop the extra height but still have bushings in place.
Daystar 1" Body Lift - 1987-1996 YJ Wrangler KJ04505
Any reason not to do this? or should I just keep the body lift and the SOA and deal with the height?
Denis A. Baldwin
1991 YJ 99 Vortec 5.7L, SM465, NP205, 14 Bolt Rear, Dana 60 Front, 5.13 Gears, Detroit Lockers, 395/85R20 46" Michelin XML tires on 20" XD Wheels, Cherokee Offset Springs (10" front to back stretch total), Bilstein 5150s, 1in. BL, custom cage, Warn M8000, Double D Dash/OHC, 4Low Front Stinger Bumper, DirtWorx Rear Bumper WTC, Tube Fenders, Comp Cut, 1 Ton HD Kingpin High Steering and PAID FOR.