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Old 05-15-2013, 09:56 PM   #1
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Lift question.

I bought a 4" N2-Series and I am thinking it might be a bit too much lift than I want. I was wondering if I could swap your 2.5" springs while still using the rest of the N2 kit or would I need to swap out more of the kit such as shocks and control arms. If I am able to just swap the springs will my back axle still be centered? When I mean centered I am talking about when you are looking at the Jeep from the side the back wheel isn't to far forward or backward. If I am able to swap springs how much do the 2.5"s cost? Thank you for your help
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Old 05-15-2013, 10:07 PM   #2
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as with any suspension height change, you need to look at shocks, bumpstops extensions, springs, brake line lengths, sway bar links, control arms, alignment, axle position, pinion angle, SYE/CV driveshafts, track bars, etc. address the necessary components.
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