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Old 05-11-2007, 11:36 PM   #1
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question bout my lift setup

soo i found a used 4.5'' lift missin the shocks and pittarms

did a lil searchin for what i needed to finish it on ebay.. tell me what u think

Pro-Ride coil springs capable of full coil bind. adjustable front and rear track bars, upper and lower adjustable control arms for both the front D.O.T. approves Kevlar lined stainless steel brake lines for front and rear, ulitmate sway bar disconnects for the front and extended links

Rubicon Express Twin Tube Shocks for 3.5-4.5''

then rough county pittarms for 4-6'' lifts

nething that u guys see that id be missin that id need to add into my purchase

right now itll cost me between 380-430 bucks for this lift


# 4" Front and rear coil springs
# 4-Heckethorn Hydro 8000 shocks
# Front and rear Lower control arms
# Pitman arm
# Track bar relocation brackets
# Brake lines relocation brackets
# 4-Black shock boots
# Transfer case Lowering Tubes
# Poly bushings
# Front and rear sway bar links

which will run me between 460-500 for that
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Old 05-11-2007, 11:55 PM   #2
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I would go with RE monotubes you get a smoother less harsh ride.

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Old 05-12-2007, 12:21 AM   #3
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I'd recomend a SYE with a 4.5" lift. You're going to have vibes with a drop.
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