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Old 11-01-2010, 08:17 PM
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Turning 2" BB into Leveling Kit

I already have a 2" BB that I removed a couple of years ago. Since I installed my 4" lift, my Jeep has settled and I am planning on leveling it out. Is there a way to use the 2" BB as a leveling kit? Maybe cut the spacers down to 1" or .75" and buy new bolts? Any advice would be good. Thanks in advance.

By the way, I have a t-case drop on my 4" lift already with no vibes. Would it cause any problems to make it level?

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Knowing that some people have a different idea of what BB means, if you're talking about puck like things that fit above your springs to raise the Jeep, then yes you can use them as is or cut them down to level things out.
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