|04-07-2008 09:01 AM|
Yes I'd do the SYE and cv shaft myself. As far as going bigger than 33" tires i don't want to go to big because it is a daily driver and gas is about $3.47 (regular) a gallon and rising. As far as modifying anything else I don't think it's nessisary. But from what i here the SYE and cv are a must.
As far as keeping this thread updated I do plan on it. Pics and info on the install ect. Only thing is I'm in Germany so it will probly be about a month befor it gets here.
|04-06-2008 06:08 PM|
Would you do the sye and cv yourself?? You could do bigger tires if you wanted right? I am going to look into the same lift... it sounds promising. Do you have to modify anything else with this lift??
Are you going to keep updating this thread to let us know how it goes?
|04-06-2008 02:35 PM|
|jbone03||I'm putting it in a 99 Wrangler Sport stock gears 31'' tires (will be 33" later). It's got the 4.0L of course. SYE and cv shaft is already picked out if i need it. found a kit for about $450.|
|04-05-2008 09:58 PM|
|Gilez||OK .... so would that be 4 or 6, stock or geared, tire size, ya know stuff that affects stuff|
|04-05-2008 09:41 PM|
|AzTJ||A TJ I would guess.|
|04-05-2008 09:17 PM|
|Gilez||What are you putting it in?|
|04-05-2008 11:07 AM|
|debruins||they're the best kit you can buy cheaply, then you get into the $2000 and $3000 kits, or so ive been told|
|04-05-2008 03:03 AM|
New 4" lift kit
I just got the Full Traction 4" Flex Arm lift kit with FS-5100 Hydro Series Shocks. Haven't found this kit for less than about $1100 any where. I picked it up for $750 including shipping. Gotta love ebay! Anyone have any info on full traction kits? Opinions? Suggestions?