|12-05-2010 08:09 PM|
Awesome! thanks for the info.
I just picked up a 99 4.0. And I am not wanting to go to crazy on ride height and tire size because I will be doing some minor towing, but still want an aggressive off road look and capability.
I am thinking the 2-2.5" area with 31 or 32's is about where I want to be.
Ill add the Zone kit to my short list!!
|12-05-2010 07:37 PM|
|Tackelbarry||I am running 31x10.5x15 Goodyear Duratracs. The kit was $354.00 including shipping. I bought the quick disconnects seperately. I have a LoD front winch bumper on order and my winch is already here ready too install.|
|12-05-2010 07:25 PM|
New guy here, want to get some details..
What size tires are you running?
How much did you have invested in the lift?
and again, looks great!
|12-05-2010 07:00 PM|
nice jeep reminds me of mine at a young age LOL..
i looked into the zone kits.. they look like a better procomp kit.. ive seen them on a few jeeps and even road in them.. (the coil kits not the bb) and for the price.. they arent bad
|12-05-2010 06:21 PM|
Picture and review of Zone 2" bb lift.
I ordered and installed the Zone 2" bb lift. The kit I ordered included the spring spacers, bump stop extensions, gas shocks, shock boots, cam alignment kit, and steering stabilizer. We also installed a set of JKS quick disconnects, since one of mine, factory, was broken at the top.
The install took about 4 hours, we took our time, and it went very smoothly. I picked up some grade 8 bolts and dropped the transfer case (5 washers) to eliminate the possibility of any drivetrain vibrations. I was concerned about the, potentially, harsh ride that I have heard about regarding gas shocks, but the tech at Zone assured me that their shocks were valved specifically for the weight of the TJ.
I am 100% satisified. My Jeep rides better than stock. It also runs true, straight and with no vibrations. If you are looking for a less expensive lift, I highly recommend the Zone 2" bb lift that includes the components I purchased. Here is a picture.