|07-19-2006 04:48 PM|
|1BLKJP||Yes it's always best to either do an alignment yourself or have one done after you have lifted your vehicle. On a jeep it's easy to align it yourself. Just have to measure in front and behind the tires and adjust the tie rod accordingly. You want about 1/8 of an inch of toe in.|
|07-19-2006 04:45 PM|
Thanks, I think I will go with the spacer and new shocks. I do have another questions though...
After installing the spacer lift, and shocks, is an alignment needed?
|07-19-2006 03:48 PM|
|hardy1531||I just got throught putting on Rubicon Express 2'' spacer kit. it came with spacers, shocks, bump stop ext. It was simple and straight forward. I plan on putting on 31s soon , $$$$. I would highly recomend it.|
|07-19-2006 02:41 PM|
|jeeperman||If you are doing very little off-roading, you will be happy with the extra capability that you will get with the spacer kit. If it were me, I would do that, and upgrade to a full spring lift when you decide to go bigger...|
|07-19-2006 02:18 PM|
I want to add a 2 inch lift to my 97 SE. I'm not sure which direction to go. I'm looking at kits with spacers, and new shocks. I plan on 31 x 10.5 tires. I do 80 - 90% on road, and play a little off road.
Which kit does this forum recommend. Remember cost is always of prime consideration...