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08-01-2010 04:13 PM
PeterNTX JKS 1.25 inch lift blocks and a 2" coil spacer makes a good combo. Cheap and you have a pretty stock ride quality and can fit a 33 with proper backspacing.
08-01-2010 03:36 PM
Ken Steele Kevin, Check out the "Lift Reviews" sticky. Lots of pics on many different lifts with feedback from the guys that own them.
08-01-2010 03:27 PM
lifting questions

I have a 2005 stock rubicon and want to add a lift and put 33s on it. Not that I'm cheap, but I want something economical that also rides well on the highway. So the question is what would be a better idea, costwise and ridewise. Is it better to get a 2"-2.5" suspension lift and a 1" body lift or just get a 3.5"-4" suspension lift. And if there is anything else that I might need to add in order to have a smooth ride and avoid a death wobble. If anyone has any pics that would also be appreciated, it always gives me new ideas on what to throw money at for my jeep.

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