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Old 09-06-2010, 05:22 PM   #1
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What lift is this?

I bought this Jeep almost a year ago and have never really known what kind of lift is on it. I've looked under other jeeps I've seen in town and can easily see my sway bar is longer than stock, but I don't know the length of a stock sway bar, or if that would even be how to tell the size of lift??? Any of you know what kind of lift this is? There is a sticker on the side of the jeep that says Teraflex.

Also what's the best place to get a replacement bolt that bolts the sway bar on the bottom?

Thanks for any help!
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Old 09-06-2010, 05:25 PM   #2
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Oh, it's a 1999 if that matters any. I can take more pictures too if anybody needs them.

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We won't be able to tell who made that just by the springs.. Any words on the shocks?
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Old 09-06-2010, 05:35 PM   #4
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We won't be able to tell who made that just by the springs.. Any words on the shocks?
No, I don't see any name on the shocks or anywhere. Whoever made them, I don't think they are top of the line, it all looks stock but just longer.

I'm not as curious as who makes them but if they a 2" lift or 3" etc.

People ask me all the time and I'm kinda tired of not knowing what to tell them.
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Old 09-06-2010, 05:45 PM   #5
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my guess would be a Teraflex lift due to the sticker on the side of the jeep, what size are the tires
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Old 09-06-2010, 05:47 PM   #6
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my guess would be a Teraflex lift due to the sticker on the side of the jeep, what size are the tires
33 x 12.50
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i'd say it would be a 3" lift.
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i'd say it would be a 3" lift.
That's what I've been guessing.
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Could be a 4" lift also. That's what I'm running to fit 33's. Mine measures 12" using the same measuring points as in pic #1 above.
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Could be a 4" lift also. That's what I'm running to fit 33's. Mine measures 12" using the same measuring points as in pic #1 above.
Is there no difference from a 99 to your 03?

I guess I need to know exactly what to measure
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If you want to know how much lift, measure the springs, and compare..... That isn't exactly what I thought you were asking...


All TJ's are the same, 97-06....
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this is a picture that i took after i put on 33's. i had the zj springs swapped in there at the time, usually yields about 3.5" of lift. i was right there in the ballpark. i took the tape measurer and placed the end of the tape at the ground and just measured up... you could use this as a reference.
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If you want to know how much lift, measure the springs, and compare..... That isn't exactly what I thought you were asking...

All TJ's are the same, 97-06....
Thanks! It's a 3" lift

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