skippy made this reply on one of the other threads that I created. I wish I would have know about this sooner cause it seems like a great deal and a good kit.
Check out this one right here. It has the bpe shock extensions with it as well and is only $113 http://www.rocky-road.com/jeepbudget.html the 3" is $148. They also have a 4" lift on their site that isnt too much
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I hope this is not a Highjack To the thread....But Shock extesions with a 2" are they worth it? Or just get some new shocks later I think longer shocks and better BPE's look like the best way to actually save some $. No way I can afford everything in one shot my wifey just got back to work and we are just getting by...... But I have the upgrade bug.
No you don't need springs thats what a bb does is lift your jeep without new springs.
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I wouldnt do a 3" with pucks... (3"BB) You will over compress the springs every single time and you will need some big bump stops so the end results will be higher center of gravity with stock suspension travel and much worse ride (confort).