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Old 04-06-2012, 09:13 AM   #1
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2 inch lift

Any suggestions? I'm not a Rock climber or an extreme jeeper. I do alot of fishing and hunting and do find myself off road. Looking to give it a nice look but don't need a 6 inch lift, it is also my daily driver

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Old 04-06-2012, 09:09 PM   #3
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Skyjacker 2.25" Budget boost lift with Hydro shocks. $229 at 4wheelcustoms.com
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if it's a DD, need the suspension to be smooth and have the money for it, get an OME kit.
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Mine's a DD, and it rides very well. the new shocks are alittle stiffer than the stock shocks, but the combined on/off road ride has greatly improved. if you're thinkng about doing a 2" spring lift take a look at BDS, they also have very good products. And they're no too expensive either.
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