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12-27-2011 05:28 PM
computeruser Do the coil spacer in that case. You can do it in a couple hours in your driveway with hand tools.

Even though the instructions for the coil spacers will neglect to tell you this, the truth is that you may also need to consider adjustable front and rear trac bars to recenter your axles. I would also recommend doing a fixed rear output and new rear driveshaft, plus adjustable control arms in the rear.
12-27-2011 04:04 PM
FrankGBSDC
Looking to lift my jeep - Oakland County

Have a 2004 Wrangler X.

Want either 4" suspension lift with 33x12.50-15 wheels/tires
or
2" coil spacers and new shicks with 32x11.50-15 wheels/tires;

whichever is cheaper/easier.

Don't want to spend too much;don't do too much offroad; mostly for looks.

Any input? Thanks

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