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Old 02-11-2014, 10:20 PM   #1
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4.5 inch lift with 33 inch tires on a TJ

I have an 05 wrangler and put the rough country 3.25 inch lift on it and 33 inch toyo mts. I am thinking about putting a 1 inch body lift or a 1.25 inch body lift. I was hoping that someone may have that setup or one similar that they could post a pic of.

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I'll be adding a 1" body lift to my 4" lift soon and will post a pic then. It will be a few weeks.

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Thanks, I'm trying to get an idea of how it'll look
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Why are you putting a body lift for 33' your lift alone should be fine. Unless you are planing to go to 35' later? I'm not a big fan of body lift. It dosn't look good and shifts alignment to your suspension lift.
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I am hoping to go with the 35s later on but didn't want to buy a whole new lift kit. And with my winch, tire carrier and hardtop on it sits pretty close to the tire. I just thought it would be a cheaper fix.
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Why are you putting a body lift for 33' your lift alone should be fine. Unless you are planing to go to 35' later? I'm not a big fan of body lift. It dosn't look good and shifts alignment to your suspension lift.
A 1 inch is hardly noticeable. Not to mention all the gains from it...
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Why are you putting a body lift for 33' your lift alone should be fine. Unless you are planing to go to 35' later? I'm not a big fan of body lift. It dosn't look good and shifts alignment to your suspension lift.
I'm doing it for raised gas tank and transfer case skid.
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I'm doing it for raised gas tank and transfer case skid.
What company are you ordering it from?
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What company are you ordering it from?
Not sure yet, I have to fix a vibration problem before I do anything else, I'm not sure how much its going to cost me.

When the time comes, either Currie or Savvy but I'm leaning towards Currie because its a 1" and the spacers are aluminium.

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