|09-30-2005 07:07 AM|
that would defiently be the way to go..
this way you would be able to find out what you really "need" on your jeep
maybe u find from talkn to some guys that you dont need a 4" suspension lift and u can go with the 2" budget boost lift and possibly a 1" body lift and still get your 33" tires but for a low cost then you dont have to buy all new suspension components right away...
once you get your feet in the door then you can always upgrade
get longer coils then your new trac bars, sway bar links, t-case drops
good luck man and keep on jeepn
|09-29-2005 11:36 PM|
|khenderson||that's a really good idea 4jeepn. didn't think of joinin a club and rollin in all different kinds of lifted jeeps to see what a like the best. damn good idea. WTG!|
|09-29-2005 09:57 AM|
|4Jeepn||Well, rather than say what is best... I would recommend you join a 4x4 club in your area, and go spend some seat time in some jeeps and from there see what you like best. Also shocks can play a big part in how they ride, even with the same springs.|
|09-29-2005 09:16 AM|
Hi I am new to this forum and also to the Jeeping world and I need your help. I am looking for the best riding lift kit out there. The Jeep is brand new so I really don't want to wheel just yet I have a Samurai for that. So I am looking for a 4" TJ lift kit that rides the best without any worries of a sagging spring. Please post your suggestions.