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03-11-2009 05:24 AM
hvyjnkr Thanks for the reply. This will be my first mod on the jeep. Again, thanks

HVYJNKR
03-10-2009 06:30 AM
BARKDOG67 sorry those pics are all with the budget boost I can't find one with stock suspension
03-10-2009 06:04 AM
BARKDOG67 I installed those on my jeep they are easy to install and you really don't need new shocks or anything I never put 2" bump-stop extensions on mine either. You will bottom out your shocks if you disconnect your sway bar. So longer shocks are a good upgrade in the future. I wasn't satisfied with amount of lift I got from them but I'm pretty sure my springs have sagged from age I have a 99' with 80,000 miles. I picked up some v8 zj springs the other day from a salvage yard I plan on replacing the spacers up front with the zj springs but I'm going to wait and get longer shocks first. The spacers are a good start it gave mine a little better stance than stock and I didn't notice any change in the ride quality.

Here's pics of mine completely stock and then with the 2" budget boost.
03-10-2009 05:45 AM
hvyjnkr
spacer question

I hope I made a good buy. I ordered these off the internet this weekend. Fat Bob's Garage Shopping Cart Jeep 2" Poly Spacer Lift Kit TJ ZJ

Can anyone tell me if I will need anything else for it to be done properly ie shocks or anything.. By the way I am a noob to the whole Jeep thing. Thanks it is a great website.

hvyjnkr

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