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Old 03-26-2011, 02:16 AM   #1
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if sure this has been posted 23453 times but i'm looking for a 4" lift kit. any brands better than others? any preferences? anything i should watch out for?


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Do a little search man. Your going to hear a lot of mixed reviews on every liftkit out there. You are the one making the decision. I personally am running a skyjacker lift and I love it. At the moment I'm running 32s, when they get worn ill be shoving 33's in there. Good luck and welcome!
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Old 03-26-2011, 11:40 AM   #3
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Check the sticky at the top of the forum labeled Lift Kit Reviews and go from there. There is a lot of good information in there.
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if sure this has been posted 23453 times but i'm looking for a 4" lift kit. any brands better than others? any preferences? anything i should watch out for?


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Im running a 4" Zone lift and havent had any problems. Its a really good kit for the money and has held up great.
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x2 on the zone lift. easy install. To early to tell how it will hold up as I just had it done 3 weeks ago. But price wise it's a good deal
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Im running a 4" Zone lift and havent had any problems. Its a really good kit for the money and has held up great.
nice jeep i love the fender flares......if u dont mind my asking what did you pay for that zone lift. you can pm me if u want i just figd id ask
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nice jeep i love the fender flares......if u dont mind my asking what did you pay for that zone lift. you can pm me if u want i just figd id ask
Thanks. She's a work in progress! I payed $600 for the lift back in march of 09'. Not sure what one would cost now but it came complete from shocks to transfer case drop. Making plans for SYE and driveshaft but have to convince the wife it's necessary! Oh the headache of owning a jeep!

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