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05-12-2010 08:18 PM
BeepBeepImaJeep
Zone Offroad Suspension

I'm finally getting close to ordering and having my lift installed, But i have a few more questions.

1. Anyone ever purchase the Zone 4" lift for thier TJ's? If so do you like it?
2. I'm getting a JKS Front track bar forsure, but what about a rear track bar?
3. Ok heres a big question, If i use T-case drop and the rear pinion cam locks? what are my chances of having Vibes?


theres a large difference in price once you add the driveshaft and SYE and rear upper control arms

Thanks again guys!

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