|08-20-2014 04:16 PM|
|Aeneas||PM, "AOR" his prices will be the best, ordered mine a few months ago from him|
|08-20-2014 03:58 PM|
I recommend ordering it through "RockRidge 4wd" via Ebay to get free shipping:
4 25" Suspension Combo Lift Kit Zone Jeep Wrangler TJ LJ Rubicon 97 06 J25 | eBay
|08-20-2014 03:50 PM|
|cab410||lol didnt even look at the date|
|08-20-2014 03:41 PM|
|08-20-2014 03:10 PM|
i bought the jeep with a 3"bl should i replace it with the 1.25bl
where did u get the combo lift for 499 shipped
|08-20-2014 08:11 AM|
If you decide to pull the trigger start PB blasting all those bolts, especially the rear shock mounts. I broke one on each and now have 2 nice access holes in my tub.
|08-17-2014 06:28 AM|
|curly||I'm currently in the market for a TJ to be my daily driver (short drive to work) and a beach buggy during the summer. While talking to a friend of mine last night, he recommended not getting a lift due to drivability issues that he has experienced on Jeeps with lifts. Any input on this from anyone running lifts? The only reason I am asking about this is because he said it in front of my wife and she is now concerned about it since she will drive the jeep occasionally. I'm looking at the Zone combo lift so I can run 33's.|
|08-16-2014 08:08 AM|
|08-15-2014 12:19 PM|
Zone 4.25 help
I also am gonna roll with the zone lift. Says my backspacing needs to be 3.5 inches how can i be sure of that to run my 33x12.5
|02-22-2013 08:15 AM|
|NolaTJ86||After doing a lot of research and reading I think I am going to get the zone 4.25" combo kit over the RE 2-2.5" budget boost. I have a 2000 TJ Sahara, 4.0L i6 auto, currently running 31"x10.5 pro comp all terrains. Will it make a huge difference if I continue to run the 31" tires until they wear out, they are almost brand new (complete noob question sorry). I will probably get the jks front adjustable track bar and the steering stabilizer. Would I have to regear after the install and/or after I went to 33" tires?. Once again noob question but does the disconnect option mean? What would that do if I got it?|
|02-13-2013 04:27 AM|
|TJSurf||Yes, you can install the 3" SL now and wait to add the BL/MML if you want. I've had the 3" lift for about 4 month and plan on adding the BL/MML soon.|
|02-06-2013 06:41 AM|
I am getting ready to pull the trigger and buy either the 3" suspension lift or the 4.25" combo kit both by Zone.
My question is if i buy the 4.25" can i install the 3" suspension lift now and wait to see if i want to add the BL and MML? If i like the look i may just sell these parts but it sure is cheaper to buy the 4.25 kit versus the 3" and later buy a BL and MML.
|07-17-2012 04:39 AM|
|07-17-2012 04:08 AM|
|jefferyc22||Bump.....how are these 4.25 combo lifts holding up?|
|02-16-2012 11:46 PM|
|02-16-2012 10:01 PM|
I haven't done anything to my brake lines. I got a front JKS tracbar. So far I haven't had to do the SYE and no vibes.
|02-16-2012 08:38 PM|
|cntryboy232||if i do the zone lift will i have to extend brakelines? what else needs to be done when kit is installed other than the sye and tracks?|
|02-14-2012 01:38 PM|
|02-14-2012 11:39 AM|
|Coasttrash||s3nt3ncd3, that extra bolt from the rear trac did you re-use your stock bolt on the rear trac bar bracket? That extra bolt is to replace the trox bolt. Atleast thats what I used it for.|
|02-14-2012 09:54 AM|
|Daydreamnation0312||Hey guys I'm really looking into getting the 4.25 Zone lift combo with some 33's and I was wondering if it is a good lift that can take a beating when on the trails|
|02-10-2012 10:36 PM|
|GoldenSahara00||Yeah man, I'm not sure if the bushing is worn or the bolt is just slightly wrong. I had shifting like you at one point. But torqued it back down hard and never had a problem again. it doesn't make sense that one hole works and another wouldn't, so it has to be some piece of hardware or something failing. Bushing bolt etc. I agree with you about the adj being nice but I'm gona plate the back of the braket with 1/4 in steel and drill tht as well I shouldn't have any issues then|
|02-10-2012 04:21 PM|
For the rear, I used the bracket Zone provided and installed it exactly as described...it's a pretty solid bracket. I think I did use one less bolt for it...for some reason I seem to remember it calling for bolt in various locations on it and we had one extra bolt it called for and no extra holes in the bracket to use it in. Regardless, it was very solid. For the front adjustable trackbar...don't drill the hole or install any brackets. Just use the original hole. If you want to reinforce it like UnlimitedLJ04 has mentioned in other threads, that's fine obviously, but I didn't do that using the stock hole.
|02-10-2012 02:41 PM|
|coors||Where did you get the lift for 499 shipped.|
|02-10-2012 01:30 PM|
|GoldenSahara00||The hole only wears out if you still it like they tell you. Get the right sized bolt and drill the corrected sized hole and it works fine. It still weakens the plate however so anything over 33s I would weld up some extra plate to back it. Thts what I'm doing when I'm workin on my next proj.|
|02-10-2012 07:22 AM|
Have you done this yet?
If so how did you do it?
Did you use the bar relocation brackets for the front and rear trackarms?
I am looking at getting adjustable front and rear trackarms to eliminate having to drill a hole that will very well wear out over time and cause a bigger problem. Now I also have read that rear trackbar might hit the gas tank or other things. I know your Jeep is a 2000 and mine is a 98 and I really think there is no or not much difference. Did you run into this? (again if you have already replaced the trackbars)
I appreciate all your help.
|02-10-2012 01:58 AM|
|s3nt3nc3d||My linkage was all messed up...it worked, but I had problems getting in and out of 4lo...I replaced the entire piece of junk setup with a Novak cable shifter. One of the best mods I ever did.|
|02-10-2012 12:03 AM|
|jeep-dj||i was thinking about the combo lift, did you have to adjust transfer case lever linkage?|
|02-09-2012 11:01 PM|
Heck man, I did my on body lift and I am no mechanic. It's the simpliest thing you can do. I did it all by myself with one jack. It took me a little over an hour to do the whole thing. Just spray down your bolts weeks in advance with some PB blaster and you will be fine.
I also recommend the mml. It;s not hard to do either and you want have to mess with lining the radiator back up. Grab wrench have fun
|02-09-2012 10:46 PM|
|shrekfx||O.k. I'll probably do the 3in to start then go from there.. I'll do the body later if i beside to go that route. Biggest issue is finding someone here to install a body without charging an arm and a leg and to find a place that will do one period.. Most places I checked here refuse to do body lifts. The place I'm going to get one installed is an authorized zone dealer just doesnt recommend doing it. Im sure I can convince them to, but I think he said it will cost a lot more to do it or something like that.|
|02-09-2012 10:40 PM|
Like it has been said above, I am running the 4.25 combo, not really all Zone because my body lift was all ready on before 3" suspension lift. I think you will be well pleased with the set-up.
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