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12-02-2012 02:02 PM
sdptrey I did the 4" didn't want to put a body lift on. If I were you I would get a spring compressor. You can rent it at autozone. It will save you alot of time
12-02-2012 10:20 AM
Mass tj 126
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Was it the 4.25 or 4"
Just ordered the 4.25 kit should see it on Thursday. Yeah buddy.
11-28-2012 06:30 PM
Mass tj 126
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I installed the 4" Zone and I'm pretty happy with it. I did add a adjustable front trac bar and a 1.25" coil spacer up front because of a heavy winch and bumper. I hate the transfercase drop so I will be adding a 1" motor mount spacer to limit the amount of transfercase drop. As it is right now I don't get vibes from the driveshaft.
I like Zone products I have been told that its bds without the lifetime warrenty.
Just to give you a little advice if you install this yourself soak all nuts bolts everything with pb blaster. You having a 2000 tj things are going to be rusty. If you have any question pm me.
I did the lift about a year ago did not get any sag. Ended up getting about 4.5" of lift 35"s fit with no issues.
Was it the 4.25 or 4"
11-25-2012 08:04 AM
sdptrey I installed the 4" Zone and I'm pretty happy with it. I did add a adjustable front trac bar and a 1.25" coil spacer up front because of a heavy winch and bumper. I hate the transfercase drop so I will be adding a 1" motor mount spacer to limit the amount of transfercase drop. As it is right now I don't get vibes from the driveshaft.
I like Zone products I have been told that its bds without the lifetime warrenty.
Just to give you a little advice if you install this yourself soak all nuts bolts everything with pb blaster. You having a 2000 tj things are going to be rusty. If you have any question pm me.
I did the lift about a year ago did not get any sag. Ended up getting about 4.5" of lift 35"s fit with no issues.
11-24-2012 05:16 PM
Mass tj 126
Zone 4.25 lift

I'm looking to get my tj a Christmas present. I was looking into the zone lift because It does need the sye kit they say and I'm on a budget. Just looking to get some extra clearance. Any advise would be great thanks.

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