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06-19-2013 01:26 PM
SeaLevelJeeper To add more info. This won't be taken off road much it will be my daily driver. I love the lifestyle of the Jeep. The biggest reason for wanting the lift is bc it dang near saved my life in my wreck. I believe if I was sitting on stock I would have been in worse condition - IMO. However, I'm going for the gnarly look as well. But keep in mind this Jeep will be used 99% on pavement. Don't worry I will find some trails every once in while to bathe in mud.
06-19-2013 12:12 PM
SeaLevelJeeper
I Need a Lift for a TJ

I'm thinking about buying another TJ. Somebody totaled mine a few months back & I have been looking everywhere for the right one & the right price. My eye is set on a 2000 Sahara. My previous TJ was a 99 Sport with a 3 inch lift with 33s Good Year Wrangler Muds. I'm looking for something similar to that, but maybe not as aggressive. So, I'll probably just go with the A/T.

Where is the best place to go in South Florida. I live in Boca Raton area. I won't be doing it myself. I know I will be paying a premium to have it done. I will admit (even though it's obvious) I'm a novice.

Can someone suggest where I should go?
Suggestion what type of lift, body or suspension?
What brand of lift?

Before I buy I will have a Carfax and bring it in for a inspection. It has 100K and a rebuilt tranny at 90K, she said it was slipping. Any other suggestions would help.

Thanks,
Joey

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