|11-04-2011 11:43 AM|
on YJs though the plastic sway bar cover could be hiding any body lift in that photo. I couldn't really see if there was a 4" body lift or not in those photos.
If it is a 4" body lift it would have to have been a homemade one. How does the transfer case shifter even work with 4" bl?
Still, if the price is right and if that jeep is in good condition, you could easily remove the body lift assuming the oem body bushings are still there (stacked under the additional body lift pucks). You'd just have to get some shorter bolts in that case. But it would be a good idea to replace the OEM bushings even if they were still there... they are probably all deteriorated, crushed and splitting by now if they are the originals.
you'd then remove any gadgetry they rigged to get the transfer case shifter to work with the 4" bl. And you'd have to realign the fan shroud. The fuel filler hose would've had to been extended for a 4" bl so you'd have to remove any fuel filler extensions. Then make sure you don't have any sagging wires hanging loose since those might have been extended for the 4" bl too. None of that stuff is difficult to reverse.
|11-04-2011 10:03 AM|
|KKhamesi||ya it looks like a suspension lift but i would need more pics to determine further|
|11-04-2011 02:01 AM|
|Redsand||looks like suspension to me, i dont see a big gap between the grille and bumper|
|11-04-2011 01:34 AM|
I really suck at telling if its body or not. I didnt remember to look today when I stopped for 3 minutes to view it.
1993 JEEP WRANGLER 4X4
That's the listing on CL. Very low miles for the year it is.
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|11-04-2011 01:09 AM|
Here is another picture. You can see where my 1.25" body lift is on top of the bushing
|11-04-2011 01:07 AM|
u can tell that the body looks detached from the frame. thats the easiest way to think about it or just read invertchaos's post above /\
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|11-03-2011 10:02 PM|
|Granman||A body lift can be taken off pretty easy right. I mean no stock parts have to be removed to accommodate it.|
|11-03-2011 09:20 PM|
EX: in VA, anything over 3 inches is illegal
|11-03-2011 07:18 PM|
|Northwest4x4||Please dont do a 4 inch it will look so horrible and be dangerous, even 3 or 2 looks bad and is too much.... Please don't...|
|11-03-2011 07:00 PM|
|lonewolf422||just like what he said 1-2 inches is the most i would lift the body. lift any higher than that you are going to notice more lean as well as other issues. in my opinion a small body lift compliments a good suspension lift by getting you a little more clearance. Drop that body lift like its hot hahaha|
|11-03-2011 05:33 PM|
|KKhamesi||4"!!! damn thats why too high. i personal think body lifts should be anymore than 1". i think you should take off the lift and i dont see a problem with putting on ur tj wheels|
|11-03-2011 05:27 PM|
Too Much Body Lift?
I found a YJ for 4400 with a 4" Body Lift and 33" Mickey Thompsons. Is that too big of a body lift. I would take the lift off and throw my stock TJ wheels on it and put the 33" on my TJ. Bad idea?