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05-02-2013 11:34 PM
Dextreme 2"BB and the stock shocks ride pretty close to the stock feel.
05-02-2013 11:17 PM
PStov98TJ
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OME shocks are around $90-$100 apiece..
You're right once again. Don't know why I was thinking $50 a piece. Finals are making me lose my mind I guess...
05-02-2013 11:12 PM
Patrick H
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I just meant the spacers. Maybe $100-$150 for all four. Never really looked into spacers much. And bumpstops can be made with two self tapping bolts and a few $1 hockey pucks for the front, and some $10 extenders for the rear.

Then OME shocks will run you about $160 for 4 if I remember correctly. Maybe $200 for 4 of their nitro shocks (recommended, those are the ones I have).

But all this can be looked up on the various offroad retail sites. Quadratec will be the most expensive shipping wise.
OME shocks are around $90-$100 apiece..
05-02-2013 10:35 PM
PStov98TJ I just meant the spacers. Maybe $100-$150 for all four. Never really looked into spacers much. And bumpstops can be made with two self tapping bolts and a few $1 hockey pucks for the front, and some $10 extenders for the rear.

Then OME shocks will run you about $160 for 4 if I remember correctly. Maybe $200 for 4 of their nitro shocks (recommended, those are the ones I have).

But all this can be looked up on the various offroad retail sites. Quadratec will be the most expensive shipping wise.
05-02-2013 10:28 PM
wrangler4991 how much are teraflex. i want a good lift but i dont want to break the bank
05-02-2013 10:25 PM
PStov98TJ Teraflex seems to be the popular choice on the forum. Main thing is to be sure to adjust your bumpstops and extra 2" as well. And some new shocks will be nice to have if you've got the money. Rancho, OME, and bilstein are all good choices. I've got an OME lift and love the way it rides.
05-02-2013 10:18 PM
_plaisance you can get a kit on amazon or pretty much any off road part site with jeep stuff
05-02-2013 10:17 PM
wrangler4991
budget boost

hello everyone, this my first jeep wrangler.its a 2004 wrangler with a 2.4. i really want to lift it just 2 inches and was thinking of just putting spacers. i really need help in what works and what doesnt. thank you

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