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10-31-2013 12:36 PM
5JKs
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Originally Posted by Tweak View Post
yes you can, should you? if you have to ask, probably not. no offense, but it starts getting very expensive and time consuming once you get past 4 or so. you gotta fill those holes with bigger tires, hold those tires up with beefed up axles, fix driveline issues, etc
+1

Lots of little things that add up to big things.

Been there.
10-31-2013 12:20 PM
firecrazy09 Thanks guys...I might just leave it alone...lol
10-30-2013 09:12 PM
kjeeper10 Please read this
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/lif...jk-298665.html
10-30-2013 09:06 PM
Tweak yes you can, should you? if you have to ask, probably not. no offense, but it starts getting very expensive and time consuming once you get past 4 or so. you gotta fill those holes with bigger tires, hold those tires up with beefed up axles, fix driveline issues, etc
10-30-2013 08:34 PM
DirtyTeddy
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Originally Posted by boon4376 View Post

Yup, once you start to creep above 3" you need to worry about more things. a 4.5" lift will usually replace drive shaft and relocate stuff to keep things lined up right. Also, I've read the EDIT: (Brake Lines) may need to be extended so they don't rip out when you're at max articulation.
About the brake lines.... I'm guessing his kit he has currently on accounted for that with how much his shocks can extend. He may be getting more height but not more down travel without longer shocks.
10-30-2013 08:25 PM
boon4376
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Originally Posted by DirtyTeddy View Post
Yup.

Edumecate your self on drive line angles and what can occur when adding higher lift if you haven't already done so.
Yup, once you start to creep above 3" you need to worry about more things. a 4.5" lift will usually replace drive shaft and relocate stuff to keep things lined up right. Also, I've read the EDIT: (Brake Lines) may need to be extended so they don't rip out when you're at max articulation.
10-30-2013 08:22 PM
DirtyTeddy
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Originally Posted by firecrazy09 View Post
Hi I have a 2012 4 door sport ..it has like a 3 inch spring lift kit...I was woundering if a person can add a 1.50 or a 2 inch spacer on top of spring to get it lifted higher...Thank you
Yup.

Edumecate your self on drive line angles and what can occur when adding higher lift if you haven't already done so.
10-30-2013 08:12 PM
Chrimbler Sure you can
10-30-2013 08:04 PM
firecrazy09
Has anybody done this before...

Hi I have a 2012 4 door sport ..it has like a 3 inch spring lift kit...I was woundering if a person can add a 1.50 or a 2 inch spacer on top of spring to get it lifted higher...Thank you

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