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Old 03-19-2014, 09:20 AM   #31
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Hm, my 1.25" bl allowed me to raise my belly skid 3.5", my Gts 1.25", and my engine skid 1.25".

Not exactly for show. Now anything higher than that, I would agree, is a bad idea
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If you ever see a guy with a Wrangler that is all show with not a fleck of dirt on it....you can bet he's got a vagina and wears pink.


this is probably the stupidest thing I have ever read on here

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this is probably the stupidest thing I have ever read on here
agreed. never mind the fact that this was settled 3 1/2 years ago.
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If you ever see a guy with a Wrangler that is all show with not a fleck of dirt on it....you can bet he's got a vagina and wears pink.

this is probably the stupidest thing I have ever read on here
I agree, stupid but it made me laugh. Shame on me for encouraging it.
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wow... the ignorance is strong in this thread...


there is really no downside to a 1-1.25inch body lift. Going 2-3 inches is what causes issues.. When you get to 2 inches and greater you end up putting more stress on the body mounts and can cause premature failures.

Also most people do not even notice a 1 inch body lift.

For instance i have a body lift and you have to really know what to look for to see it.

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Hahahahahaha now thats funny shit...
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Yeah definitely some ignorant ****s on here that need to get smacked the fuck out. I put a 1 inch body lift in because my rear bumper on flat ground is find but if I'm climbing shit and have any articulation with my suspention my tail gate door would grind on my bumper when opening it 1 inch bl and no more problem. And since I put that in there's been no problems what so ever.
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sometimes its better to let an old, low quality, thread die
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sometimes its better to let an old, low quality, thread die
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it"

This thread along with so many others, serves as a goof barometer to see WHO to take advice from on other issues, and who may just be completely fulla crap!
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sometimes its better to let an old, low quality, thread die
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