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Old 02-14-2010, 01:22 AM   #1
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1" Body & 2" Coil spacer Lift

I am new to the TJ as of 3 days ago when I purchased a stock one. I want to do a lift, but wonder what problems I will run into.

Body-17 1" mounting spacers from what I can see with nothing needed to be done to the transfer case.

Suspension-2" coils on all springs with extended bump stops in the rear.

What other things am I overlooking? Is this all I need? Thanks for the help in advance.

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are you planning on getting bigger tires?

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It has 13-10.5-15 right now and that will be good I think since I can do 80% of moab as long as I get a little more lift.
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13's?Yeah I'd go a bigger tire.
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im not 100% sure but i think you start to run into more problems when you add a 4inch+
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Yea it is late. I run 31s not 13s. I would like to do a little, but it will be 90% daily driver. I figure the small amount I am looking at doing will be good, but I want to know about the other unseen things that happen when you do the 1" and 2" lifts.

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