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Old 03-07-2012, 01:31 PM   #1
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4" Lift Help

I have a '05 Jeep TJ Rubicon. I want a 4" lift and will be running 35" KM2's on Walker Evans 17"x8.5" beadlocks. I want to install Under Cover Fabworks Rough Country (modified) long arms with their frame mounts. (link to the setup: Under Cover Fabworks, LLC - UCF TJ Long-Arm Upgrade Kit) I need the rest of the components to complete the lift. Example; front and rear track bars, 4" springs, extended brake lines, disconnects, drop pitman, bumpstop extensions, shocks, cv rear driveshaft.

Who makes the best components for these parts? I'm thinking about JKS, Currie, or Savvy? Any opinions about this setup?

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