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Old 02-24-2013, 10:21 PM   #1
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receiving a free lift from a friend .

I have a friend willing to give me his lift from his jk two door rough country 3.25" lift without shocks. I would like to have some input and things I would need to do this lift the correct way . Also I would like some recommendations on shocks and other things that would be needed . Also I am adding heavy bumpers and a winch to keep in mind. I really appreciate all input .. no bashing please I'm a newbie !

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I've read the rancho 9000 adjustable shocks are good. Bilsteins tend to be rough. That 3.25 is a 2.5" spring lift and a .75" budget boost on top. You can add both or only the springs. Your choice

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I am probably going with just the springs and also with the rancho 9000xl adjustable shocks just because I am not paying for a lift so I mite as well buy better components and jks adjustable track bar and jks quick connects . Thanks for your input !
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