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Old 08-20-2013, 12:23 PM   #1
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New to the jeep forum alittle help please!

Hey all I recently picked up a 99 wrangler now the seller I bought it off of had said it had a 3 inch sky jacker lift after doing alittle browsing I havent seen the 3 inch version of the sky jacker lift unless it is an older kit. Is there anyway I could tell? I know I am able to fit 33's with zero rubbing issues. also has anyone had experience with the quadratech bumpers Ive been eyeing those up just curious on the fitment and finish. And any recomendations on a good brand of swaybar disconnects would be great!

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Welcome to the forum.

Post up some good pics of the suspension componets and we can help you out figuring out what you have.

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Old 08-20-2013, 03:35 PM   #3
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Welcome to the Forum. Check out JKS quicker disconnects.
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I just picked up a set of front and rear Quadratec tube bumpers, as well as the tube side steps, as far as installation it was all pretty easy, had to drill four holes to install the rear bumper. The front bumper and side steps were simple bolt-on installation. The material is not heavy duty, if you are looking for something to take off road I would suggest something more, if however you are like me and the only terrain you will traverse takes place in a mall parking lot, then for the price, fit, and finish they can't be beat.
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First three pics are of the front end last two are of the rear any help is great Thanks!!











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I just picked up a set of front and rear Quadratec tube bumpers, as well as the tube side steps, as far as installation it was all pretty easy, had to drill four holes to install the rear bumper. The front bumper and side steps were simple bolt-on installation. The material is not heavy duty, if you are looking for something to take off road I would suggest something more, if however you are like me and the only terrain you will traverse takes place in a mall parking lot, then for the price, fit, and finish they can't be beat.


Does the quadratech front bumper weigh much that is one of my big concerns and im not looking for something serious offroad but i dont want a small tree to stand in my way of a good time! Did you get the package with the Q9000 wench as well?
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The control arms look like skyjacker, but they aren't using the ball joint type end link connectors (at least now). It's probably an old skyjacker 3" or 4" lift with saggy springs. It's definitely not 3" or 4" anymore. It looks like the tires have rubbed a little on the lower control arms, probably at full lock. If they are just put a washer or two behind the steering stops.
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Does the quadratech front bumper weigh much that is one of my big concerns and im not looking for something serious offroad but i dont want a small tree to stand in my way of a good time! Did you get the package with the Q9000 wench as well?
I am not sure which bumpers you are looking at, I picked up the QR3 front and rear tube bumpers. I think they will hold up well to occasional off road use, I did not get the bumper with the winch.

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