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Old 08-21-2009, 06:22 PM   #1
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lift?

new to jeeps, just bought a 92 yj about a month ago and its completely stock, looking to do a 2-3in lift but all i want on it tire wise are 31's or 32's, any suggestions?
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Budget? The Old Man Emu kit would be perfect for that size tire.

http://www.oconeeoffroad.com/servlet/the-5928/Old-Man-Emu-2.5"/Detail

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check out this thread for ideas of other companies to.

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f8/yj-l...ews-25156.html
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what about the lift shackles or can just do just the lift springs? new to this so i don't know anything about lifts, and i really dont wanna shell out 700 bucks.
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Rough country has good lifts for around $500. I would suggest a 4" lift
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Alright ive been wantin a lift for a while now and have a 2004 Jeep Rubicon. I just wanted some suggestions i cant decide between a 2.5in or a 3in and dont want to destroy my gas milage and also want to maintain a good comfortable ride on the pavement. I also dont want to have to worry about any transmission or transfer case problems in the future all while getting the best performance in the muddy stuff that i can. So what lift could help me accomplish all of this.

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