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03-30-2013 09:49 AM
jerryj I just googled mj jeep lift kits and a few popped up Rough Country has 3" 4 1/2" and 6 1/2" full kit for 999$

Rustys has a spring pack for 3" ,4 1/2 and 6 1/2 lifts and a 8" long travel kit.

skyjacker and fatbobs also have kits
03-29-2013 09:44 PM
JakePurvis Or he can sell it and get a YJ/TJ/JK!
03-29-2013 09:40 PM
YJ Wrangler I will let him know, thanks for the info.
03-29-2013 07:59 PM
Jersey Sahara Since the MJ has leafs in the rear and coils up front it would be just like the Cherokee. I'd say either look for Cherokee XJ lift kits or build your own and get TJ lift coils for the front and YJ rear leafs for the back of the same height
03-29-2013 05:43 PM
YJ Wrangler
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Originally Posted by CarolinaBound View Post
Stating the obvious here but check out the MJ forums and the google machine. I'm sure everything you need is out there, just digging in the wrong place. MJ should be coils up front and leafs in the back, so if you're on here your gonna have to dip your (should be his) toe in the TJ and YJ forums.
I know and he is all excited and he asked me to check out the forum for him beings that we are all Jeepers here. As far as digging in he has a bit and that is all he can find is an add a leaf. But, thanks for the reply
03-29-2013 04:52 PM
CarolinaBound Stating the obvious here but check out the MJ forums and the google machine. I'm sure everything you need is out there, just digging in the wrong place. MJ should be coils up front and leafs in the back, so if you're on here your gonna have to dip your (should be his) toe in the TJ and YJ forums.
03-29-2013 11:48 AM
YJ Wrangler
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Originally Posted by YJ Wrangler View Post
I cant find a thread on lifting the MJ. I myself own a YJ and after lifting mine, my bud is all gung hoe about wanting to lift his.
He would like to have a lift like mine witch is a rough country 4 inch but, all he can find is an add a leaf. Just drove him up to the Part store and he loved how it rode and I do have to say that it does ride nice. "Not touting my own horn but, I like it".
So, who has a lifted MJ and what do you have for a lift? Where did you find it? Any pics?
Or if you know any one who has done it..
03-28-2013 09:38 PM
YJ Wrangler
Who has a lifted MJ?

I cant find a thread on lifting the MJ. I myself own a YJ and after lifting mine, my bud is all gung hoe about wanting to lift his.
He would like to have a lift like mine witch is a rough country 4 inch but, all he can find is an add a leaf. Just drove him up to the Part store and he loved how it rode and I do have to say that it does ride nice. "Not touting my own horn but, I like it".
So, who has a lifted MJ and what do you have for a lift? Where did you find it? Any pics?

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