|05-16-2010 09:43 PM|
4'' skyjacker coil lift with 2'' skyjacker coil spacer. Skyjacker control arms.
Skyjacker shocks. Hopefully for the 6'' lift.
|05-16-2010 02:27 PM|
|2002Apex||def. 6". looks like a skyjacker brand due to color of boot, coils and bushings. but transfer case lower isnt skyjacker, looks more like procomp or a cheaper brand.|
|05-16-2010 01:03 PM|
|05-16-2010 01:03 PM|
|Jma20a||when i lifted my jeep i got a set of ome shocks and they ride nice, also went with a ss from ome.|
|05-16-2010 12:36 PM|
|jerryj||I have a 5.5" Rubicon Express lift and before I put the Kings on it I had 2.0 Fox racing shocks with a piggy back resi.I ran them pretty hard in the desert and loved them.You can find them for 185$ each they are totaly rebuildable and the kits are 24$ each and 45$ to replace a shaft.If you order them the store can tell you the length you need.I sold mine and made my own mounts for the new shocks so I dont have the length.|
|05-16-2010 12:03 PM|
|multisonic||The chart says to measure the coil length but what about the spacers on top of the coils? should they count too? then it would be a 6" according to the chart. (because a chart on the internet has got to be the gods honest truth) Ha ha ha.|
|05-16-2010 12:00 PM|
|pakman55||then I think its got to be a 6". Looks like there is a good amount of clearance.|
|05-16-2010 11:59 AM|
|05-16-2010 11:56 AM|
|pakman55||are those 33"s or 35"s|
|05-16-2010 11:55 AM|
|05-16-2010 11:52 AM|
|stevens243||I think your pictures didn't post.|
|05-16-2010 11:43 AM|
Here ya go, whatdya think?
|05-16-2010 11:40 AM|
|05-16-2010 11:34 AM|
|multisonic||I found the chart, according to that it's a 4" lift but I'll take some pics and see what you all think. As far as I know the jeep was originally built by Select Jeeps of TX but when I contacted them they were the opposite of helpful. I'll be back in a few with some pics!|
|05-16-2010 11:26 AM|
Well hopefully the person that did the lift put the correct length shocks on.
IF that's the case you can simply measure the shocks you have now and shop for some new ones.
Best to confirm. Take some pics of the suspension and post em up and I'm certain that someone here can ID the lift type and height.
|05-16-2010 11:23 AM|
|05-16-2010 11:18 AM|
Choosing the right shocks, unknown lift.
Well It's clearly time for new shocks but I don't know which ones to get. My jeep is primarily an off-roader and sees very little pavment, just around town really. Also we really beat her up on the trail which is why my current shocks are leaking all over the place. Any suggestions on brand/model would be much appreciated. Also I dont know what size lift is on my TJ. Do I need to know this before ordering my shocks? How do I find out?