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08-06-2011 12:30 PM
JIMBOX



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Originally Posted by fdnc2774 View Post
Ok guys. . this is my 2nd jeep but the first im doing any mods to. . any input on a full suspension lift vs. a 2.5 spacer and shocks. . daily driver and only off roading maybe once a month. . want the rugged look but really am seeking other jeep owners with either of these mods have to say about pros/cons. . thanks for your help
The only advantage to full coil replacement, over the use of "pucks" would be in EXTREME rock/hillclimbing and then, only if you aren't familiar with your suspension-

[QUOTE=kjeeper10;1445056]A spacer lift (BB) will be fine for part time wheeler. AEV now has a 2" BB for around $200- I think the kit has shock extension brackets so you can keep the factory shocks. with 2" you can go up to a 33" tire but may need new wheels or spacers depending on the thickness of them.[/QUOTE

The Coil replacement "lift" can be a good idea if your existing coils are too soft, or aren't stiff enough-then thats better than just adding the pucks !!

JIMBO
08-06-2011 12:24 PM
kjeeper10 A spacer lift (BB) will be fine for part time wheeler. AEV now has a 2" BB for around $200- I think the kit has shock extension brackets so you can keep the factory shocks. with 2" you can go up to a 33" tire but may need new wheels or spacers depending on the thickness of them.
08-06-2011 10:33 AM
fdnc2774
2011 suspension lift kit vs. spacers

Ok guys. . this is my 2nd jeep but the first im doing any mods to. . any input on a full suspension lift vs. a 2.5 spacer and shocks. . daily driver and only off roading maybe once a month. . want the rugged look but really am seeking other jeep owners with either of these mods have to say about pros/cons. . thanks for your help

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