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Old 08-17-2010, 08:57 PM   #1
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Hey all, I want to put a suspension lift on my 93 YJ. Don't have the time or inclination to get at it myself this time of year. The local shop suggested a Rancho system, but Rancho's website has indicated that the 2.5" lift does not fit the 93s. Anyone know if there would be an issue putting a rancho system on the 93? Thanks.

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Old 08-18-2010, 09:31 AM   #2
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there's no difference from 91-95, should be no problem. I would look at Rubicon express, black diamond lifts. for a nice ride Old man emu.

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It all depends on your budget.....Flatline made some good suggestions. for budget, you can go with Rough Country, but they are stiff.
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If you want to constantly be changing out sagging springs then rough country by all means,but as the old saying goes do it rite, do it once. Old Man Emu is a great suspension aswell as Rubicon Express or BDS(not black diamond). If you can wait and save up for the quality lift kits you will be much happier.
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Hey all,

Thanks for the input. I'll do a little more shopping. Best.
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