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05-09-2013 04:49 AM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by sgtkersh View Post
the rancho 2" sport lift can be bought from amazon for $375 with 4 rs9000xl adjustable shocks. It is a good lift for those size tires and is a good functional lift for moderate off roading. It will give you more travel. Spacer lifts won't give you any extra travel/articulation. I'm running 33" duratracs that with my psi at 32 and load actually measure at about 31.75 inches. Looks good to me.

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03-04-2013 04:32 AM
sgtkersh
Lift Recommendations

The Rancho 2" Sport Lift can be bought from Amazon for $375 with 4 RS9000XL adjustable shocks. It is a good lift for those size tires and is a good functional lift for moderate off roading. It will give you more travel. Spacer lifts won't give you any extra travel/articulation. I'm running 33" Duratracs that with my psi at 32 and load actually measure at about 31.75 inches. Looks good to me.

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03-04-2013 02:34 AM
teeny19 Probably 2" to 2.5" - could just do a body lift depending on what you use the Jeep for.
03-03-2013 07:53 PM
lambofan9
Lift Recommendations

I have a Wranger unlimited with 32" Nito tires. What would you recommend for a lift?

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