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05-03-2013 12:11 AM
Dep863 Thats good info. I put 2" spring risers on the front of my jeep to level it out. I was hoping to accomplish what you are talking about, but just leveling it didnt really help with vibration.
05-01-2013 08:32 PM
apaTJ ?
04-28-2013 12:57 PM
apaTJ
Higher lift in front

Has anyone ever thought that a 1 inch or so higher lift in front will have a similar effect as a MML or transfer case drop? I decided to get 3 inch in front and 2 inch rear to try and prevent the need for a SYE or lowering the tcase. It looks great and no vibes except for when I first drove it( I think the rear springs needed to settle a bit). Just wondering if anyone else has thought of this. There are actually several jk kits that are this way but I've never seen one for a tj.

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