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Old 06-03-2010, 06:52 AM   #1
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Looking to the future, 2 inch pucks on 2 inch suspension?

Hey everyone, just looking into the future and wondering if this would work. I currently have a stock suspension with 2 inch puck lift. If I were to purchase a full 2 inch suspension lift, i.e.- new shocks, springs arms etc... could I put the pucks on top of the new suspension for a full 4 inches? In theory it should work, but what do you all think about the idea?
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Don't flame me if I'm wrong here, but I don't think it'll work like you think it should. I think you'll have all the same issues that any other 4" lift has, with driveline angles, and transmission linkage, brake lines, etc. Once you stretch stuff to a certain point, it just won't go any further, regardless of how it got stretched to that point. That's how it works in my mind anyway.... we'll see what the experts say


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IIRC I read somewhere that this can be done but as IG said you will still have to deal with the ususal 4" stuff like dealing with vibes etc. You might want to put the 2" pucks in front and get 1" pucks in the rear which might make the Jeep sit more level.
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