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02-21-2009 06:44 PM
jgano23
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Originally Posted by 6DEVIL16 View Post
My TJ sits nose-down.... I know the 6cyl is 200pds heavier and it's coils would lift it. Mines a 4cyl. Old Emu makes coils as well. I also heard the spacers will make the suspension stiffer with NO more clearance.

For you with the CJ...... I know a Rock-Crawler that used F150 coils for about 3 or 4 inches at a junkyard about $40 working lift..... FYI......

thanks man. i'll have to look into that. i really appreciate the info.
02-21-2009 06:37 PM
6DEVIL16
Thnx

My TJ sits nose-down.... I know the 6cyl is 200pds heavier and it's coils would lift it. Mines a 4cyl. Old Emu makes coils as well. I also heard the spacers will make the suspension stiffer with NO more clearance.

For you with the CJ...... I know a Rock-Crawler that used F150 coils for about 3 or 4 inches at a junkyard about $40 working lift..... FYI......
02-21-2009 12:31 PM
G-Pur I've got 30 x 9.5 tires on stock suspension. That's one of the ways that the sports came. If you want to run 30's you don't need a 2" lift. Save the cash for something else if that's as big as you want to go.
02-21-2009 11:53 AM
jgano23 2" spacers work nicely. i have the rocky road outfitters 2" bb. i've had it for 3 or 4 years now and it has never given me any issues. i run 31's with it.
02-21-2009 11:45 AM
6DEVIL16
2 inch lift suggestions???

Hey Wrangler Brothers!!!

In the next few months I'd like to lift my stock 97 TJ up 2 inches for performance and for 30 by 9.5 tires. Although stock they'll run for higher speeds I want it noise up Pre-Runner.


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