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Old 02-25-2012, 11:07 AM   #1
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Newbie wanting Lift/Tires. Help!?

Hey everyone... I bought my 06 TJ 2 years ago and I really want to add some size to it so Im looking for some suggestions. I want to stick some 31's or 33's underneath, and am looking for a lift that would be able to accommodate that, without having to mess with break lines and etc... I dont do much offroading, nor do I plan to do a lot in the future. My jeep is a commuter jeep for the time being and Im just going for looks.

Please, any help/suggestions/pictures would be awesome, thanks!

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Old 02-25-2012, 11:49 AM   #2
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For instance, if I were to get a 3" Zone Suspension Lift.. I'd stick some 33's on. But would I need brake line extensions or an SYE? or is it not high enough for an SYE? Just trying to get some advice on what some experienced jeepers think I should do..

Again I dont offroad, just a commuter for now, until i can get the good stuff when Im graduated from college. So the most basic, least complicated will work.. perhaps something I could build on later on. I dont see myself ever going over 4-5" of lift.

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Old 02-25-2012, 12:45 PM   #3
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3" from Zone
3.25" from Rough Country

I ordered the 3.25RC. It comes with a transfer case drop to alleviate vibrations if you have any. The guy from RC said a lot with that kit don't use the TC drop. I'll just try it without and see for myself.
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