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Old 02-10-2012, 09:56 PM   #1
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Does anyone know why the 3" lift with shocks doesn't come with front brake line extensions? Or is this just a misprint on their web site? Anyone purchased this? Did it come with the extensions, or did you have to buy them separate? 2012 JKU Sport

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might be a misprint mine came with everything

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Does anyone know why the 3" lift with shocks doesn't come with front brake line extensions? Or is this just a misprint on their web site? Anyone purchased this? Did it come with the extensions, or did you have to buy them separate? 2012 JKU Sport
2.5 does I'm sure the 3" does also.
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Talking Also take......

.......... a look at the Full Traction Premium Plus Lift. Excellent quality and Outstanding Customer Service

Talked to Chris at "FT" twice yesterday and was given a good price on the lift, Blis-shocks and a J Reel front DS

Still waiting on a call from my 4x4-shop on a labor cost! I "personally" want a shop install
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.......... a look at the Full Traction Premium Plus Lift. Excellent quality and Outstanding Customer Service

Talked to Chris at "FT" twice yesterday and was given a good price on the lift, Blis-shocks and a J Reel front DS

Still waiting on a call from my 4x4-shop on a labor cost! I "personally" want a shop install
thanks, it was nice talking with you
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2.5 does I'm sure the 3" does also.
You sure? Mine only came with rear brake line extensions, nothing for the front.
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.......... a look at the Full Traction Premium Plus Lift. Excellent quality and Outstanding Customer Service

Talked to Chris at "FT" twice yesterday and was given a good price on the lift, Blis-shocks and a J Reel front DS

Still waiting on a call from my 4x4-shop on a labor cost! I "personally" want a shop install
I am sooooooo happy with my Full Traction Premium Plus lift... and those guys are the best Did a few sections of trails in Moab that gave me grief in my last jeep a few days ago.... it's simply DaKine (insert shaka)
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.......... a look at the Full Traction Premium Plus Lift. Excellent quality and Outstanding Customer Service

Talked to Chris at "FT" twice yesterday and was given a good price on the lift, Blis-shocks and a J Reel front DS

Still waiting on a call from my 4x4-shop on a labor cost! I "personally" want a shop install
You're gonna go FT, W?

Can't go wrong there.

So, when's the divorce.
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Does anyone know why the 3" lift with shocks doesn't come with front brake line extensions? Or is this just a misprint on their web site? Anyone purchased this? Did it come with the extensions, or did you have to buy them separate? 2012 JKU Sport
The 3" kit comes with new front brake lines and rear drop brackets. The 2.5" kits only come with rear drop brackets.
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You're gonna go FT, W?

Can't go wrong there.

So, when's the divorce.
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Gotta say though, the Full Traction lift is about as good as it gets. JMHO. Almost no body roll in turns. Very stable at speed. Fantastic off-road. Bomb-proof parts that require minimum maintenance.

I'm gonna go out on a limb and say Carolyn's happy with hers, too.

If you've got the $$, I really don't think you could do better.
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Sweet!! I just got my TF 2.5 on order today!! Good luck and happy Jeeping. :-)
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My apologies for the hijack, but is there a significant difference in terms of required mods (new driveshafts, etc.) with the TF 3" as opposed to the 2.5"? I was thinking 2.5", but was considering 3" unless it opens up a can of worms re: future mods/requisite upgrades...
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....... shhhhhhhhhhhh, she may hear U
May have to go out of town for the "Full Traction" install, as my 4x4 shop in town is dicking around with giving me a price, been 3-days so far When I call, it's well call back later

Probably not thier profit maker, or whom they do daily business

I'll start looking for a shop out of town, somewhere here in Virginia!

Gotta be a FULL TRACTION
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My apologies for the hijack, but is there a significant difference in terms of required mods (new driveshafts, etc.) with the TF 3" as opposed to the 2.5"? I was thinking 2.5", but was considering 3" unless it opens up a can of worms re: future mods/requisite upgrades...
Looked in your profile, and didn't see what YM your Jeep is...

A 3" lift is pushing the boundary of expensive additions. If you're rocking a '12, you should strongly consider buying a new front driveshaft. If the shocks in your lift are 27.5" or more (such as Bilstein 5100's), your stock ds will hit your exhaust pipe if you disco your swaybars and go offroad.

There are cheaper alternatives, such as the TeraFlex exhaust spacer and the AFE Y-pipe. I always recommend the ds, though. Up to the individual.

If you've got a '12 2-door, you should probably buy both front AND rear. Again, up to you. If you look under your Jeep one day and see a grease stripe running horizontally along your undercarriage, you'll know you've got about 100 miles before the offending ds seizes and you go home on foot.

To sum up: If you're not mechanically inclined, and don't wanna incur possible extra costs, go with the 2.5" lift.
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May have to go out of town for the "Full Traction" install, as my 4x4 shop in town is dicking around with giving me a price, been 3-days so far When I call, it's well call back later

Probably not thier profit maker, or whom they do daily business

I'll start looking for a shop out of town, somewhere here in Virginia!

Gotta be a FULL TRACTION
W...is there no one in your area who can help you wrench?

When I installed my lift, I knew almost nothing about the procedure. Ended up using a mechanic friend's shop for the cost of one drunken night at the local bars, and a gift certificate for him and his wife at their favorite restaurant (to make it up to her for the drunken night).

Awesome learning experience.

You're gonna get hosed paying somebody for the install, and will be no better off if something breaks down in the future.

I'm telling you, the knowledge you'll accumulate by doing it yourself is invaluable.

Lemme put it this way: Last August, I didn't know a Jeep from a Yugo. But I've managed to amass a little knowledge since then. No reason you can't do the same thing.

For god's sake man...you're about to retire! Great way to fill your time, learning.
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Looked in your profile, and didn't see what YM your Jeep is...

A 3" lift is pushing the boundary of expensive additions. If you're rocking a '12, you should strongly consider buying a new front driveshaft. If the shocks in your lift are 27.5" or more (such as Bilstein 5100's), your stock ds will hit your exhaust pipe if you disco your swaybars and go offroad.

There are cheaper alternatives, such as the TeraFlex exhaust spacer and the AFE Y-pipe. I always recommend the ds, though. Up to the individual.

If you've got a '12 2-door, you should probably buy both front AND rear. Again, up to you. If you look under your Jeep one day and see a grease stripe running horizontally along your undercarriage, you'll know you've got about 100 miles before the offending ds seizes and you go home on foot.

To sum up: If you're not mechanically inclined, and don't wanna incur possible extra costs, go with the 2.5" lift.
It's a '12 JKU. I'll stick with the 2.5" then! Very much appreciate the response!
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W...is there no one in your area who can help you wrench?

When I installed my lift, I knew almost nothing about the procedure. Ended up using a mechanic friend's shop for the cost of one drunken night at the local bars, and a gift certificate for him and his wife at their favorite restaurant (to make it up to her for the drunken night).

Awesome learning experience.

You're gonna get hosed paying somebody for the install, and will be no better off if something breaks down in the future.

I'm telling you, the knowledge you'll accumulate by doing it yourself is
invaluable.

Lemme put it this way: Last August, I didn't know a Jeep from a Yugo. But I've managed to amass a little knowledge since then. No reason you can't do the same thing.

For god's sake man...you're about to retire! Great way to fill your time, learning.
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Does this mean we/I need a floor lift or jack-stands! I do have a garage, but live ina Condo!
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Does this mean we/I need a floor lift or jack-stands! I do have a garage, but live ina Condo!
If you find someone who can help you, maybe they have a jack and jack stands. I bought my own, but that's simply because they're a necessity for working on my rig.

I have a 2-car garage, but it's pretty small, what with a motorcycle, smoker, Bowflex and rowing machine in it. If I wanna open my tailgate to the detent, I've gotta pull forward so that the hoop on my Rampage is literally about 1 foot from the back wall. Nevertheless, I've installed everything...EVERYTHING...that's on my Jeep, other than the lift and tires, in that garage.

My advice...post in the VA section, see who's out there, in your area, who might be willing to help install your lift for some beer and food. And if they need help, return the favor.

That's pretty much how Jeepers roll.

Now, don't get me wrong, here. Installing all your own stuff is not for everyone. If you don't wanna go that way, then don't. I don't think any less of anyone if they wanna have everything installed by a shop. Who am I to judge?

But you'll end up spending a lot of $$ having a shop do it for you. And, more importantly, you'll know far less about your Jeep than if you learn how to do it yourself.

Kind've a risk/reward thing.

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If you find someone who can help you, maybe they have a jack and jack stands. I bought my own, but that's simply because they're a necessity for working on my rig.

I have a 2-car garage, but it's pretty small, what with a motorcycle, smoker, Bowflex and rowing machine in it. If I wanna open my tailgate to the detent, I've gotta pull forward so that the hoop on my Rampage is literally about 1 foot from the back wall. Nevertheless, I've installed everything...EVERYTHING...that's on my Jeep, other than the lift and tires, in that garage.

My advice...post in the VA section, see who's out there, in your area, who might be willing to help install your lift for some beer and food. And if they need help, return the favor.

That's pretty much how Jeepers roll.

Now, don't get me wrong, here. Installing all your own stuff is not for everyone. If you don't wanna go that way, then don't. I don't think any less of anyone if they wanna have everything installed by a shop. Who am I to judge?

But you'll end up spending a lot of $$ having a shop do it for you. And, more importantly, you'll know far less about your Jeep than if you learn how to do it yourself.

Kind've a risk/reward thing.

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If you find someone who can help you, maybe they have a jack and jack stands. I bought my own, but that's simply because they're a necessity for working on my rig.

I have a 2-car garage, but it's pretty small, what with a motorcycle, smoker, Bowflex and rowing machine in it. If I wanna open my tailgate to the detent, I've gotta pull forward so that the hoop on my Rampage is literally about 1 foot from the back wall. Nevertheless, I've installed everything...EVERYTHING...that's on my Jeep, other than the lift and tires, in that garage.

My advice...post in the VA section, see who's out there, in your area, who might be willing to help install your lift for some beer and food. And if they need help, return the favor.

That's pretty much how Jeepers roll.

Now, don't get me wrong, here. Installing all your own stuff is not for everyone. If you don't wanna go that way, then don't. I don't think any less of anyone if they wanna have everything installed by a shop. Who am I to judge?

But you'll end up spending a lot of $$ having a shop do it for you. And, more importantly, you'll know far less about your Jeep than if you learn how to do it yourself.

Kind've a risk/reward thing.

Capisce?
Thanks for the time, and advice! As usual, I take it all very seriously
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Thanks for the time, and advice! As usual, I take it all very seriously
hahaha...dude, you just totally blew me off!

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Thanks for the time, and advice! As usual, I take it all very seriously
Send me where you're at in VA.
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I head down to VA once or twice a month.
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To wife

" ya... Um, we need to make a quick stop to install a lift on a jeep. Then to Disney"
No it'll go more like I'll be back later.


Then when the call comes.... Oh yea about that I'm in VA installing a lift.

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" ya... Um, we need to make a quick stop to install a lift on a jeep. Then to Disney"
Isn't TN on the way to VA then on to Disney??

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