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08-08-2012 03:30 PM
absolutspl i will be doing it myself. I have some help but if i run into probs i will pm ya schwoogies
08-08-2012 03:13 PM
Schwoogies If you want to try yourself or learn, pm me, I have a buddy who helped with mine, we work for beer and pizza.
08-08-2012 03:07 PM
Schwoogies I'd you are only doing 2.5 suspension, you can do it yourself, I recommend a helper. You will need a spring compressor (you can get them for around 40 dollars. I did my own with a helper, you would be suprised at the exact step by step directions out there. I do recommend a lot of pb blaster!
08-08-2012 02:58 PM
ryanJKunlimited2012 The only place I know of first hand is Jeff Daniels in Harleysville. I think their hourly rate is $85. Figure 4 - 6 hours for a lift and shocks.

They also do welding, skids on the lower control arms are always a good idea.
08-08-2012 01:58 PM
Fester3515 I am going to go with the The Rough Country 4" N2-Series Lift. I have not ordered it as of yet. I will be ordering it next week.
08-08-2012 12:14 PM
absolutspl where ya from? did you get the lift yet if so which did you get? mine gets here tom.
08-08-2012 11:15 AM
Fester3515 As I understand it it should be something you can do yourself once you jack it up and disconnect the sway bar links axle should drop down enough to drop out the old coils. As far as the tensioner get some rachet straps and compress the springs that way. I plan on putting my first lift on my 06 in a couple of weeks. So that is my plan at least.
08-06-2012 01:36 PM
absolutspl
Where should I go for a lift install Bucks Co, Or Ne Philly area.

Where should I go for a lift install Bucks Co, Abington ( WG) Or Ne Philly areas. I have a 2006 LJ. I am mechanically inclined, i have most the tools and people to help. Is that something i could do myself? I do not have a spring tensioner(?).


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