|09-13-2006 07:39 PM|
|bluvikng||That is what I love about this forum.........it is a laugh a minute. This is just great...........we have it all, right here. No one even gets hurt, slammed, flamed, or cussed out. Just great ole gettin along with each other, ribbing once in awhile, but we all get along. What a great place to be.|
|09-13-2006 07:33 PM|
don't get any ideas!
|09-13-2006 04:32 PM|
I just installed my RC 4" lift...to call it a learning experience would be an understatement. Whereas, I learned a lot about the Jeep, the neighborhood kids learned "adult" vocabulary. I tried to keep it down though...now I'm off to install new front breaklines on both the driver and passenger side front...seems there was just enough slack (and more rust than needed) when the axle was lowered. Ruptured both metal lines at once...
All complaining and problems aside...much better to do it yourself. You only need the basics (plus a breaker bar and BFH), any thing else you can pretty much borrow from Autozone or a buddy.
|09-13-2006 04:11 PM|
|09-13-2006 03:11 PM|
|09-12-2006 08:54 PM|
|mrbigjeep||that would be great if you could because you will learn so much about the jeep and it will be so much easier to fix stuff when it breaks|
|09-12-2006 07:23 PM|
Are you not able to put the lift on yourself?
|09-12-2006 03:53 PM|
|09-12-2006 02:16 PM|
The lift should run between $500 - $600 complete + $400 - $500 in labor to install.
Gears front and rear including parts (gear sets, bearings, seals, etc.) and labor should run $1000 - $1200 installed.
I personally would find a Ford 8.8 and swap it into the rear before I spent money on the 35.
|09-12-2006 01:08 PM|
|Scout||What's in the kit? What kind of Jeep?|
|09-12-2006 01:03 PM|
Price of lift install
How much do you guys think it would run me to get a four inch suspension lift installed and get my axles geared. I know different places charge different things but just like an overall estimate. thanks.