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04-15-2013 11:59 PM
Zevman I have the same yr and 2.5 engine and its my DD. so I just did a combo lift (springs/shocks) add 1.2 BL w/ MML. That allows me to run 33s with good clearance and I didn't have to spend $$$ on the full Monty. If you want a 6" I guess you are planning on 35-37s? I would do a long arm and you'll have to re-gear it, new axels, etc. I'm not sure what you want to do: crawl or mud. I would repost your question on the TJ tech section. You'll have quick answers, this is above my pay grade. I know the 98 2.5L has 4.10 gears which is sweet if your staying below 35s.
04-09-2013 01:15 AM
New owner help need info lift kit suspension

Hy guys im proudly an owner of a 1998 wrangler 2.5L TJ. I live in miami. I got this car for a daily on road use but of course i will get it to the sand and off road too. So i need some wisdome friends for whats best in quality/price for a 6" lift kit?? Should i go with the full suspension or what should i do? Its for on and off road use!! Thank's!!!••Your goes fast,mine goes everywere••

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