Originally Posted by brtt485
Clearly I am going to need new U-bolts and I am thinking my current shocks will work considering the lift I have now. I guess my question stems from looking at the Superlift kits that come with transfer case lowering kit, bump stop extensions, front and rear brake hose relocation brackets, front and rear track bar relocation brackets, and extended front anti-sway bar links.
So is all of that necessary or can I just bolt up the used springs and be on my way?
It all depends on what you plan to use your jeep for, if you just road drive it or what. I personally am tight, cheap, whatever you want to call it. I primarly road drive mine, I would make my own t-case lowering kit(1" spacers between frame and skid plate), brake lines- kits are just gage material that move lines approx. 1.5" from frame. I would eliminate track bars, and sway bar. you may possibly need a dropped pitman arm though.
hope this helps you out- if any questions just send message can get you exact measurements raymond