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Old 10-30-2007, 08:42 PM   #1
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Talking 3-4"lift? Clayton/jks?

Hi,

im planning on lifting my jeep a little bit more soon. im staying short arm and want to know what you all would recomend.
For control arms, I think I want either the clayton's or jks.
what track bars would you all recommend and what else would I need?

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Old 10-30-2007, 08:44 PM   #2
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JKS. I can't read your sig line to see what's on your junk.

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Old 10-30-2007, 08:50 PM   #3
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JKS. I can't read your sig line to see what's on your junk.
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-00tj 2"bds, 1"jksBL, offroad33"tsl, onroad35procompMTs, d30aussie locker, rock crusher D30 diff cover, HF9000lb winch , lod tire carrier,shrockworks sliders ,genright steering box & gastank skid, delta lights, snorkel ,TnTtubes ,soft doors, d44 mini spool, alloys f/r, jeepmedic engine skid
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right now, suspension wise, I'm pretty much stock. (only a 2"lift coils/shocks)
I already have 4" lift shocks and a set of 2" coil spacers, will I only need to get the 8 control arms and f&r track bars?
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You gonna drop the Tcase if you have vibes?
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You gonna drop the Tcase if you have vibes?
Im hoping that I wont have to...I plan to install the JB supershort sye but also the 33 engineering TT t-case skid
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:23 PM   #6
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then yes. I would go with all 8 adjustable control arms. You will not be sorry. If you rotate the pinion up for the double cardan shaft you should also think about shock mounts, track bar brackets, and more diff fluid in the rear. For the front you won't need much extra besides an alignment.
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clayton uses the square stock...super strong...JKS has a super good rep too though

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