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08-02-2011 09:43 AM
Stottman
Advice on lift springs!!!

I have either a 2.5" or 3" skyjacker lift kit, i'm not sure lift was on it when i bought it. I'm sitting on 33" baja MTZ's but would like to have a little more clearance. The 2.5 lift has the transfer case drop kit. I was wondering because of the fact that it already has the transfer case drop would I be able to put in 4" springs or would I have to change some parts like the control arms. Also, I am thinking about putting the R.C. 1.25" body lift on it as well, would I have to put a mml on it or would it be ok. Any advice would be awesome!!

Thanks!!!

Yep, the wife wanted a new car so I got HER a jeep

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