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jbone03 04-05-2008 02:03 AM

New 4" lift kit
 
I just got the Full Traction 4" Flex Arm lift kit with FS-5100 Hydro Series Shocks. Haven't found this kit for less than about $1100 any where. I picked it up for $750 including shipping. Gotta love ebay! Anyone have any info on full traction kits? Opinions? Suggestions?

debruins 04-05-2008 10:07 AM

they're the best kit you can buy cheaply, then you get into the $2000 and $3000 kits, or so ive been told

Gilez 04-05-2008 08:17 PM

What are you putting it in?

AzTJ 04-05-2008 08:41 PM

A TJ I would guess. :D

Gilez 04-05-2008 08:58 PM

OK .... so would that be 4 or 6, stock or geared, tire size, ya know stuff that affects stuff :)

jbone03 04-06-2008 01:35 PM

I'm putting it in a 99 Wrangler Sport stock gears 31'' tires (will be 33" later). It's got the 4.0L of course. SYE and cv shaft is already picked out if i need it. found a kit for about $450.

Gilez 04-06-2008 05:08 PM

Would you do the sye and cv yourself?? You could do bigger tires if you wanted right? I am going to look into the same lift... it sounds promising. :) Do you have to modify anything else with this lift??



Are you going to keep updating this thread to let us know how it goes?

jbone03 04-07-2008 08:01 AM

Yes I'd do the SYE and cv shaft myself. As far as going bigger than 33" tires i don't want to go to big because it is a daily driver and gas is about $3.47 (regular) a gallon and rising. As far as modifying anything else I don't think it's nessisary. But from what i here the SYE and cv are a must.

As far as keeping this thread updated I do plan on it. Pics and info on the install ect. Only thing is I'm in Germany so it will probly be about a month befor it gets here.


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