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01-30-2011 10:51 AM
whitejeep My Jeep had a 3" body lift when I bought it. I just install a 1" body lift because I didnt have the original body bolts. Your motor lift is probably 1" so you can probably leave it and look at your radiator because they probably raised it. If you get the 1" body lift it will come with everything you need and you'll still have a little bit of lift. I went online and printed out the install instructions for a 3" lift so I would know how to uninstall it, then install my 1" lift.
01-30-2011 10:17 AM
Codyak
Removing body lift. Help

Removing a rediculous 3" body lift thats on my tj. It was on when i biught it.

Any tips for what to look for to take off. Do i need to take out the motor mount lift. It seems to be 1-2"

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