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Old 03-27-2012, 03:34 PM   #1
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more lift or replace what I have.

I have had a rc 2.5 lift with three quarter inch coil spring spacer for a while. I run 33x12.50 duratracs. I need new disconnects & lower control arms and shocks. O its a 2000 TJ with 130000 miles. If I buy what I need I am at 300 to 400 bucks. Here's the question. I can get from zone, skyjacker or rc a 4" lift that includes everything I need to replace plus more lift springs etcfor 500 and change Then I could run 35's in the future if I wanted. Its a de that sees some offloading but not much hoping to change that but it is what it is. And out of the three lift choices any opinions on which one is better?

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You get what you pay for.

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Old 03-27-2012, 04:16 PM   #3
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With 35's dont forget to add $ for upgrades to the drivetrain(axles, brakes, etc...)
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With 35's dont forget to add $ for upgrades to the drivetrain(axles, brakes, etc...)
Already did that in the last six months when I went up to 35's
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You get what you pay for.
I understand that and that is why I said I don't do much offroad I will say my jeep had no problems going threw 30 plus inches of snow two years ago. So that is why I asked about those three types of lifts as I don't need a 1500 lift as I will never do half of what it is capable of. I have had expensive lifts when I was younger and spent more time off road than on.
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Already did that in the last six months when I went up to 35's
33's not 35's damn typing on a phone. Lol

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