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12-04-2012 12:14 PM
ed98208 You might want to add some anger management classes to the list. No one here has attacked you, and wanting to know what size tires and what kind of performance you're looking for is part of answering your question.
12-04-2012 12:06 PM
Rubber02Duck Why ask everyone for their opinion and turn into the hide behind a computer version of the hulk. They're just looking out for you letting you know your lift cart is missing a few important items. Maybe the guy from qtec isn't an avid off roader. Try and take some advice like an adult
12-04-2012 11:48 AM
RayRay444
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Originally Posted by jrmiller View Post
Adjustable Rear upper control arms and front sway bar links are all I see really missing. Everything else will more than likely be fine.
thank you! i will take a look at those right now!
12-04-2012 11:47 AM
jrmiller Adjustable Rear upper control arms and front sway bar links are all I see really missing. Everything else will more than likely be fine.
12-04-2012 11:39 AM
RayRay444 thank you invertchaos
12-04-2012 11:34 AM
Imped Not even close to everything you need to do it correctly. Whether it's a trail rig or a street queen doesn't matter.
12-04-2012 11:27 AM
InvertChaos
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Originally Posted by RayRay444 View Post
i will just be driving city, probably no off roading, ride quality isnt that important because i will only be driving this some days as it is just a jeep we take out to the beach and on sunday drives
Well you'll need adjustable control arms in the rear if you're doing an sye. Its required.
12-04-2012 11:12 AM
530ktm In all that stuff I see nothing about the size of the tires, gearing, etc. If all you want this for is looks then why would you go through this expense and work? Why go 4 inches of lift if you are not going to use it?
12-04-2012 10:38 AM
RayRay444 i will just be driving city, probably no off roading, ride quality isnt that important because i will only be driving this some days as it is just a jeep we take out to the beach and on sunday drives
12-04-2012 01:31 AM
InvertChaos I see some things missing.

You'll need at least adjustable upper control arms to adjust your pinion angle with the sye and driveshaft. At 4" most people replace upper and lower arms when they go adjustable.

You won't need the pitman arm or transfer case drop included in the teraflex kit if you get the sye and driveshaft installed.

What about extended front swaybar links?
12-03-2012 11:20 PM
Brew More info is needed: type of driving you do (city, highway, how much offroading), what type of terrain you'll be wheeling in, do you want a capable rig or just one that looks good?, how important is ride quality to you?.

If you want good advice, you can't just throw out part numbers and say "What do you think?" It's more about finding the right parts/setup to fit your needs.
12-03-2012 10:57 PM
RayRay444
Does This Sound Good For Suspension Lift?

Ok, so i finished my research and came up with this for now, i would like to go cheaper but not really sure if i can for the quality of what i have found so far:

I have a 2000 TJ Sport
Looking to do a 4" Suspension so thats all i would like to discuss for now

Lift - Teraflex 001141400 - TeraFlex 4" Lift Kit without Shocks for 97-06 Jeep® Wrangler TJ - Quadratec
TeraFlex 4" Lift Kit without Shocks -
Parts Included With Kit:
Front and Rear Coil Springs
Rear Sway Bar Links
Rear Track Bar Bracket
Front and Rear Bump Stops
Transfer Case Lowering Kit
Pitman Arm
Installation Hardware

Shocks -
Bilstein 24-188197 - BILSTEIN Front 5100 Series Gas Shock Absorber for 84-06 Jeep® Wrangler TJ, TJ Unlimited & Cherokee XJ with 4" Lift - Quadratec
Bilstein 33-185514 - BILSTEIN Rear 5100 Series Gas Shock Absorber for 97-06 Jeep® Wrangler TJ & Unlimited with 4" Lift - Quadratec
BILSTEIN Front and Rear 5100 Series Gas Shock Absorber
Features:
Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Self-Adjusting Deflecting Disc Valving
High-Flow Piston Reduces Harshness
Independent Rebound & Compression Tuning
Larger Working Piston Area for Exact Damping
Superior Control for Large Diameter Tires
Parts Included
Single Shock
Shock Boot

SYE -
Advance Adapters 50-7906 - Advanced Adapters Drive Shaft Angle Reduction (Slip Yoke Eliminator) Kit for NP231 Transfer Case - Quadratec
Advanced Adapters Drive Shaft Angle Reduction (Slip Yoke Eliminator) Kit -
(vacuum actuated)
Parts Included:
Output Shaft
Speedometer Ring
Snap Rings
Output Yoke with Nut
Front and Rear Output Seals
New Rear Output Case

Drive Shaft -
Tom Wood's Custom Drive Shafts 52301.904 - Extended Rear Driveshaft for 97-06 Jeep® Wrangler TJ with 2-6" of Lift, Dana 35 Rear Axle & Non-Long Arm Suspension - Quadratec
Tom Wood's Extended Rear Driveshaft -

So - What do you think?
Again i am very new to lifts and all this, just want my jeep up 4"
and what does it usually cost to get one installed?

Thanks in advance, this will be a great help to get your feedback!

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