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03-28-2010 11:25 AM
bottlefed281 yeah ive seen the jedi site....i like all the pros of doing this but with my tools and fab skills id prob make a big mess....i may jus go with the rough country lift
how do i post pics on makin my own tube fenders and wanted to post em on here...thanks
03-28-2010 09:56 AM
shinysideup Have you gone to see the Jedi yet? SOA Conversion
03-28-2010 09:48 AM
4Jeepn From talking with folks who have done one... cost is going to be closer to 1000+ to set it up and have it work the way it should. Steering is the biggest issue most folks run into.
03-28-2010 03:03 AM
kinda of a noob w a soa ?

got a 91 yj and have been doin some reading and have been conteplating a spring over axle lift...would love the flex from this plus using stock parts cuts back on the $$ now i could spend $520 and have a rough country 4in lift shipped to the door...or i could do a spring over and ive seen a sye and cv shaft on ebay for $420 plus needing some traction bars..maybe make my far as track bars for the front and rear...the rear i feel comfortable taking off do i need the front?? anyone done a spring over want to give me some insight or point me n a direction thanks

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