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Old 09-11-2012, 10:52 PM   #1
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Is it lifted?

So i have an 06 wrangler and when i was purchasing it i was told it had "upgraded suspension" i didn't know what that meant and i was skeptical but i just nodded along iv looked under the front end and there is no budget lift pucks or anything just the coils so im wondering if it was just replaced or if there is any lift because if there is it is a small amount. So does anyone know where i can measure from on the frame to see if it is lifted.

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If you post a picture of the overall look of the jeep and a close up picture of the springs and the control arms we will probably be able to help Congrats on the purchase! Welcome to the family!

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This will help you too. These measurements are from the bottom of each spring to the top, while the jeep is sitting on level ground with its normal weight on the springs. Each spring length gives you the normal lift size for each length
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