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04-24-2013 08:57 PM
O_M_Jeep
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Originally Posted by Dextreme View Post
Why are you guys needing to extend your brakeline with <4" lift...that does not make any sense to me. Stock length works fine.
I run lines that are extended 6", I am currently running a 4" lift, I hit 35" on the RTI ramp and as you can see, the extra 6" are definitely needed.



04-24-2013 06:35 PM
Cisco
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Originally Posted by Dextreme View Post
Why are you guys needing to extend your brakeline with <4" lift...that does not make any sense to me. Stock length works fine.
I did it cause I didn't like how much the brake lines where stretching when I would put my Jeep up on the lift at work
04-24-2013 01:02 PM
jcrawler93 you'll be fine, as far I know you just need to install the transfer drop kits but most kits come with it.
04-23-2013 10:48 PM
O_M_Jeep I ran a 3.25" lift for 2 years with no SYE, or skid drop and had no vibes. I did eventually put in a 1.25" body lift to accommodate a 1" motor mount lift. Some will have vibrations at less angles, I was lucky, others are as well, some not so much, try it and see what you find, you can always add the trans skid drop if needed.
04-23-2013 10:36 PM
Dextreme Why are you guys needing to extend your brakeline with <4" lift...that does not make any sense to me. Stock length works fine.
04-23-2013 08:37 PM
Cisco
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Originally Posted by bhsanchez72 View Post
With a 3.25" lift kit will I have to get a SYE, extend my brake lines or anything that might not come with the kit. Motor mount lift?
what kind of lift? I just installed the Rough Country 3.25 combo only extra thing i needed was to extend the brake lines
04-23-2013 06:33 PM
apaTJ If its a 3.25 in spring (suspension only) lift kit you may, but you could probably get by with a transfer case drop. However I've never seen a 3.25 in lift usually they would round it and call it 3 or 3.5 so what Im guessing that your looking at is a combo lift with a 2 in budget booster and a 1.25 in body lift. With that and a motor mount lift you should be fine you don't really even need to get new shocks.
04-23-2013 06:29 PM
PStov98TJ You may or may not need an sye/cv. But with 3.25" you're definitely pushing the limit of needing one to stop vibes. You can just do a t-case drop or 1"mml and 1.25" bl. Then do sye/cv later with a TT. But your DS should be fine as long as you do something to correct for any vibes that arise.
04-23-2013 06:08 PM
bhsanchez72 Will I have any problems with the drive shaft?
04-23-2013 05:59 PM
bhsanchez72
3.25 Suspension lift kit HELP

With a 3.25" lift kit will I have to get a SYE, extend my brake lines or anything that might not come with the kit. Motor mount lift?

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