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Old 05-06-2013, 05:39 PM
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Lift question

I want to lift my 89 YJ, but I am debating about a 3-4 inch lift or a SOA lift? Can anyone advise me of pros or cons of either? I have not performed either before, so this will be my first attempt.
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Use the search feature and educate yourself on the differences on each one then come back and ask once you narrow your search down to.

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With regular suspension lift, it will be much cheaper including the driveshaft and sye you will need. Soa setup will require fairly major steering mods and upgrades to make it road drive able. Sua is fairly simple. Just add drop pitman arm, sye, rear cv shaft and that's it, still very drive able at highway speeds. Just my .02
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