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Old 11-21-2011, 09:47 AM   #1
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what else needed

I am looking at a 2" coil lift. It comes with shocks and springs. What else will be needed to complete the lift? I already have quick disconnects and will probably be doing a BL and MML if it has vibes.

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Nothing at all. That is pretty short and you more than likely won't even need to drop the transfer case or use an MML. But if you do the body lift do the MML.

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Old 11-21-2011, 09:54 AM   #3
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Thanks, only way I will do a BL is if I need the MML. I was not sure if I needed a trackbar relocation bracket or adjustable track bars or not.
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Thanks, only way I will do a BL is if I need the MML. I was not sure if I needed a trackbar relocation bracket or adjustable track bars or not.
you don't want adjustable track bars for that much lift, nor do you need them. in front, keep the stock track bar & stock diff cover to prevent track bar vs diff cover clearance issues. the relocation bracket will help in the rear, since the stock track bar will likely bind on the closed top bracket, but you'll need ~1.25" rear bumpstop extensions to prevent the bracket from hitting the underside of the tub. check the collapsed length of the rear shocks in the kit you're looking at, some need rear bumpstop extensions to prevent the shocks from bottoming out anyway, so it's not a big deal to install the relocation bracket.
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