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06-04-2010 09:44 PM
CruserBruiser Suspension lift is better in every way, more functionality on the trail, better looks, larger tire sizes, elimination of the factory rake(downward slope of the jeep). In my opinion a body lift is fine as long as its only about an 1" in height and used in conjunction with a suspension lift.
06-04-2010 07:56 PM
body lift with new bumper

hey everyone I plan on getting aftermarket bumpers so I can put a winch in the front. I also was thinking about putting a body lift on as well then i got to thinking will I be able to use the winch on the bumper after installing a body lift?

Is there or does a aftermarket bumper come with some type of kit to lift it to the right height and still be able to use a winch? Or would it be better to put a suspension lift in stead of a body lift?

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