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07-25-2007 09:07 AM
tazmann910 I have an 03 as well with a 1 inch body lift and a 1 inch motor mount lift and I did not have any problems with AC lines. I would stick with 1" body lift. Here is a pic of a 3" suspension and 1" body lift with 33's...plenty of room

07-25-2007 01:39 AM
jherrin215 I have an 03 with AC and a 1 in BL. I didn't have any trouble. I would suggest staying with the 1 in BL and not going any higher with the BL!!
07-25-2007 12:00 AM
"W4MAC" Cool, I'll get the suspension in first, then see how it sits. Decide on 1 or 2 inch, seems silly, but I gotta sit a little higher. Can't do a wjole lot with tires till I lose the 3.07 gears. Might try some 33's to see if it'll pull em.
07-24-2007 11:40 PM
Triple88a No problems with body lift and ac.. i have 2" bl and all i had to do was cut the plastic and metal radiator holder a bit. You wont need to do anything.. maybe cut the plastic shroud that goes by the fan but again i dont think so. Here is what i needed to cut. Look at the passenger side where you see the aluminum pipes going on the side of the radiator.. When i did my bodylift i had to cut a bit off of the bracket on the side of the radiator otherwise it would be in the way of the aluminum AC pipes. Yes the hoses are long enough.
07-24-2007 11:40 PM
ygohome I had a 99 tj 6cyl and now a 2004 tj 6cyl both with a 1" body lift. I didnt have any issues with AC lines during the installations
07-24-2007 10:36 PM
"W4MAC"
Body lift VS A.C.

I've been looking at maybe a 1 inch body lift and notice most kits say "Not for AC". I just popped the hood, and seems like the lines would be long enuf. Anybody had a problem with body lifts, or had to change the AC hoses? I'm in Florida, gotta keep AC.

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