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04-02-2006 07:47 PM
TJGreg the shocks will limit your travel, and you will need a new trackbar and control arms.
04-02-2006 07:03 PM
4Jeepn Maybe.. I would think you would need the following off the top of my head. might be other stuff...

Rear trac-bar bracket or new adj track bar, either a drop pitman or a new front track bar as well. As everything will be out of wack with the 4" a bit more than the two.

Extend front and rear sway bar links might be a good idea too.
brake lines should be fine with 4".
Not sure on adj control arms, wait and see how it turns out. i would think just lowers if you needed them.
04-02-2006 05:55 PM
Tdad
going from 2 to 4 - easy or not?

Current setup: TJ w/ 2" spacer lift, Skyjacker shocks spec'd for 0-3" lift.

Just got a sweet deal on some 4" coils, so the question is, can I just pop those in and be good to go? Will I need any other parts?

I already have a TC drop.

Thanks.

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