yeah on the back...between the tub and the frame end (behind the bumper). Those are just the stock body mounts.
If it was a bodylift they would usually be something like aluminum, polyurethane, or some sort of composite plastic material.
Sorry if this is considered hijacking the thread, but I have the same exact issue. I bought mine used with a lift and I have no idea how much of a lift it has. Here are some pictures. The first pic is ground to side. The tires are 33". I can attach some zoomed out as well if that will help.
which style of lifts provides more ground clearance? suspension or body?
Suspension provides ground clearance. It lifts the entire jeep.
The only thing body lifts are good for is to get that extra inch or so of tire clearance. All it does is lift the actual body of the jeep 1, 2, or 3 inches. Provides no ground clearance.
ex. if you have a 2 inch lift with 33" tires and you rub a little, you can throw in a 1 in body lift for the extra tire room.
so 2inch body 2 inch suspension is better than just one or the other?
Edit: yup old thread i know :P
Put it this way, don't go over a 1.25" body lift. If you want to run 33's easily, get a 2.5 suspension lift and a 1.25" BL. This will get you around 3.75" of lift and could cost as little as $400-$500 or as much as $1500 depending on what kits you use. To do a 4" suspension lift alone and take care of all the little issues that come with it (drivline vibes, steering stability/geometry, braking, etc) you're lookin at probably $1000 minimum and you're still running the same 33's...