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Old 10-07-2007, 09:00 PM   #1
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4inch suspension plus 2inch coil spacers. Good or bad?

Howdy everybody! I need some help! I have an 07 JK with a 2 inch daystar coil spring lift and im about to add a 4 inch suspension lift to it. Would it be ok if i left the 2 inch spacers on there with the 4 inch suspension lift? Im looking to run 37's. The company says i can fit 37's with just the 4 inch lift but i really want to make it a 6 inch lift. Well let me know what yall think! Thanks!

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Old 10-07-2007, 09:01 PM   #2
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hmmmm...not sure about the new JK but 6" of lift on short arms is generally a bad idea...just do 4". you'll probably clear the 37's good anyway.

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Old 10-08-2007, 08:44 AM   #3
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Scrap (sell) the pucks.. if you buy a good suspension lift, it will have everything you will need. You will be able to clear the 37s on most 4" lifts. You could do a 1" body lift.
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Ok, Thanks everyone! I think ill just order the suspension lift. And ill check into that one inch body!
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with 37s Id be thinkin about gears and axles they will fit with a 4 inch suspension lift just fine......gonna be hard on the 30 front unless ya got a Rubi.......may wanna put tagether a Super 30 kit for the front and some quality axles for the rear.......my 2 cents......g
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