|04-28-2013 07:29 PM|
|Muddr1||Just got the lift in yesterday, tires and wheels going on this week, long ride next weekend, I will let you know then. Before I did all the work, I was getting 19-20. So I am anxious to see what I will be down to.|
|04-28-2013 07:15 PM|
|TexasJeepGirl||No matter what size lift/tires you go with, anything bigger than stock will negatively affect your fuel economy. Gearing choices will also tweak your fuel economy as well.|
|04-28-2013 07:14 PM|
|MattCap||How is that affecting you mpg and acceleration?|
|04-28-2013 07:12 PM|
|TexasJeepGirl||Running Zone 4" on 35's with STOCK driveshafts and zero issues. Love it so far.|
|04-28-2013 07:10 PM|
I just installed the rancho 3'' sport lift. If you buy the lift and 4 shocks, which you will need anyway, you get a 300 doller rebate.
Just got done with the install yesterday. The lift with 4 9000XL shocks were around 900 bucks through amazon.
|04-28-2013 06:37 PM|
|HK_Runner||$300-$400 for the driveshaft. All you need is a 2" lift...even just a budget boost for 33/34 tires.|
|04-28-2013 06:33 PM|
|MattCap||How much does changing out the drive shaft run? I think I'm gonna how with the BDS 3" lift with 33/34 inch tires|
|04-27-2013 09:46 PM|
|jsmithtx||Anything over 2.5" will require drive shaft replacement on the front end.|
|04-27-2013 08:21 PM|
I chose to go with the BDS 3" suspension lift for my '13 Rubicon. I went with the basic kit with the standard BDS shocks. I like their "no questions asked" warranty. Time will tell!
|04-27-2013 08:20 PM|
For best results, less headaches and a decent price stay under 3".
What size tires do you wish to run?
What will you be doing with your Jeep and how much wheeling do you intend to do?
|04-27-2013 08:13 PM|
Suggestions for a 3-4 inch lift for 2012 JK
Best brand? Best prices?