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Old 07-25-2014, 10:17 AM   #1
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Lift options

Have a 91 yj that I bought a few months back and I am trying to decide if I want to do a spring over axle conversion or if I want to just buy a lift kit. Are there some experienced guys out there that could give me some pointers or advice?

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Take some time and do some research to see what fits your needs and more importantly your skills and wallet. Although a SOA might seem cheap and simple it is neither of those compared to a conventional lift kit. Read through the link below.

95 YJ SOA step by step

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Old 07-25-2014, 01:01 PM   #3
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That is some good info. I have read about it before and I dont see anything that I don't think I could do. I will do some more research to see what I think. Thanks for the help
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Take some time and do some research to see what fits your needs and more importantly your skills and wallet. Although a SOA might seem cheap and simple it is neither of those compared to a conventional lift kit. Read through the link below.

95 YJ SOA step by step
Very well said, Daddyjeep. Lots of people out there that think its the easiest way to get a Jeep up in the air, and it is by far the easiest or the cheapest.
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