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10-03-2013 11:19 AM
NJO The best "lift kit" is one which the user mixes and matches parts best suited for his build. That said look for parts from companies like Metal Cloak(Control arms,trackbars), Currie, OME for springs bumpstop kits etc, daystar, Fox etc etc.......
10-03-2013 10:50 AM
Dextreme As a rule of thumb...if the lift is made in China, keep looking. Chinese steel, bushings, and designs just don't hole a candle to US made lifts.
10-03-2013 10:22 AM
Jasonk93yj Thanks for the help fellow jeepers
10-02-2013 04:04 AM
NC Bear I did a 3 inch and 1 inch body lift. I chose BDS and I am very happy...
10-02-2013 12:12 AM
OmniscientHiers The best 4" lift *kit* would be the Currie or MetalCloak (MC) lift. You pay for what you get, usually. Check out an OME kit, it's a little lighter on the budget comparatively.

Also, any lift at 4" or more will indefinitely require a SYE/DC.
10-01-2013 11:55 PM
Plumber1 Well I went with a Currie Lift but $$ around 2k, but it came with all adj. CA's and NO TC drop it is a great kit. But you said best 4" lift
10-01-2013 11:52 PM
Jasonk93yj
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Originally Posted by lowlife 1 View Post
I had a Skyjacker Sport 4"($550.00) with 32s on a '97, it road and drove like a dream. A lot better than my '04 Rubicon with a 4" Rubicon Express and 33s that I have now. It was on the Rubi when I bought it, gonna go back to the Skyjacker!!
hey thanks for the info. I will pass it on.
10-01-2013 11:34 PM
lowlife 1 I had a Skyjacker Sport 4"($550.00) with 32s on a '97, it road and drove like a dream. A lot better than my '04 Rubicon with a 4" Rubicon Express and 33s that I have now. It was on the Rubi when I bought it, gonna go back to the Skyjacker!!
10-01-2013 11:08 PM
Jasonk93yj
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Originally Posted by JohnDoe View Post
If he's going for ride quality I wouldn't go with a 4" lift, I'd look into 2-2.5" SL with a 1"BL. Easier on the wallet too
I told him a two or three inch also. Thanks
10-01-2013 11:00 PM
JohnDoe If he's going for ride quality I wouldn't go with a 4" lift, I'd look into 2-2.5" SL with a 1"BL. Easier on the wallet too
10-01-2013 10:53 PM
Jasonk93yj
Best 4" lift

Hi guys and gals. I'm a YJer and I hope ya all don't mind me asking this ? For a friend that has a stock 03 TJ and doesn't use computers. He is looking to run 33's. And wants the best ride quality more so than wheelin capability.

Thanks

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