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09-08-2010 12:43 PM
Jerry Bransford I'm not running their kit but I am running OME's Nitrocharger shocks on my 4" Currie kit and they really helped my TJ's handling. I won't say their ride is cushy but neither is it jarring like many other commonly used shocks are. Pretty much everyone running OME's products love them though.

But for 4" of suspension lift, I strongly recommend you simultaneously install a SYE kit and longer CV driveshaft. 4" is the height where that becomes something you should do.
09-08-2010 11:24 AM
Old man emu trailblazer 4" lift

I have been looking for a lift for my jeep. It's a 99 tj. I have been looking at the old man emu 4" trailblazers kit. I was wondering if anyone had used this kit and what did you think about it? Is it worth it?
Thanks in advanced, Dylan

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