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Old 06-20-2013, 11:02 AM   #1
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Body lift combined with suspension lifts

Good morning, I had a question regarding lifts. I added a 2" body lift in order to fit 35s on my JK but recently I added a 2.5" terraflex lift with fox racing shox so now my jeep is lifted 4.5" with 35s on it. I live in a place where I take a highway everyday to get home and usually travel on speeds like 150 km/h and my jk is my daily driver. Is stability an issue now? Should I remove the body lift as I see no practical benefit from it except for looks. Or should I not be worried about stability/handling and keep both lifts on together?

Thanks everyone this is my first modified jeep and I dont want to ruin it.

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