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06-25-2013 02:42 PM
NorthFljeep
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Originally Posted by MFsoftball22 View Post
How much lift does it have?

Based off of the bent short control arms (lowers only, stock uppers), Poly Bushings, bent sway bar links, and white shocks. I would guess it is a Pro Comp lift. That is simply my guess though. I would look around your jeep to see if there are any decals under the hood or somewhere. Mine had a BDS Decal under the hood and helped me confirm that mine was a BDS Lift.
No stickers anywhere on the jeep.
06-25-2013 09:37 AM
NorthFljeep
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Originally Posted by UnlimitedLJ04 View Post
looks a number of companies than have sold bottom shelf stuff. just be glad whoever installed it knew enough to leave the drop pitman arm off.

the poly bushing fixed length control arms are crap, and can rip your control arm mounts off.
there's no bumpstop extensions, so the shocks are definitely bottoming out.
and it probably rides rougher than it should with those low end shocks.
looks like stock brake lines, and those aren't long enough for the lift height.
there's also a t-case drop, which is a band-aid fix for driveline changes associated with lifts.

this kind of low end kit is pretty common in the used vehicle market, because the owner lifts the Jeep through a shop selling them hook-line-and-sinker, but the owner ultimately gets tired of the thing driving like crap. to do it right, it all needs to come off and be replaced with better parts...luckily the springs are probably salvageable...albeit a minor part of the cost of the proper parts.

that help?

Yeah that does, Thanks for the help guys. Not sure on the actual amount of acutal lift. Ill go out and measure the spring later
06-25-2013 08:53 AM
jeepers29 Shocks look like the pro comps I pulled off my TJ. Don't know about control arms as mine had stock.
06-25-2013 08:35 AM
MFsoftball22 How much lift does it have?

Based off of the bent short control arms (lowers only, stock uppers), Poly Bushings, bent sway bar links, and white shocks. I would guess it is a Pro Comp lift. That is simply my guess though. I would look around your jeep to see if there are any decals under the hood or somewhere. Mine had a BDS Decal under the hood and helped me confirm that mine was a BDS Lift.
06-25-2013 08:22 AM
UnlimitedLJ04 looks a number of companies than have sold bottom shelf stuff. just be glad whoever installed it knew enough to leave the drop pitman arm off.

the poly bushing fixed length control arms are crap, and can rip your control arm mounts off.
there's no bumpstop extensions, so the shocks are definitely bottoming out.
and it probably rides rougher than it should with those low end shocks.
looks like stock brake lines, and those aren't long enough for the lift height.
there's also a t-case drop, which is a band-aid fix for driveline changes associated with lifts.

this kind of low end kit is pretty common in the used vehicle market, because the owner lifts the Jeep through a shop selling them hook-line-and-sinker, but the owner ultimately gets tired of the thing driving like crap. to do it right, it all needs to come off and be replaced with better parts...luckily the springs are probably salvageable...albeit a minor part of the cost of the proper parts.

that help?
06-25-2013 08:18 AM
kjeeper10 That's a stock number
Nothing on the shocks ?
06-25-2013 08:15 AM
NorthFljeep Bump for a sunny day
06-24-2013 09:13 PM
NorthFljeep
Help with identifying my lift.....thanks

So like the title says I need help identifying my lift. Looked over the previous post and most can be identified by serial numbers but i can't find any numbers.
thanks for the help in advance:












here is the pitman arm the number on it shows 52038337

thanks for the help guys

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