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woodland09 04-01-2013 12:01 PM

lift question
 
ive been looking at lifts for a while, trying to find what i want... brand, height, tires.... all that good stuff, and i know i have seen on here a few post about other things you need to get if you go over like 3" of lift.

ik there is the brake line extensions, however i know there was more you need to get to make everythign right so there are no worries on breaking anything because you didnt do it the correct way...

so i am planning on a 4-5" lift by skyjacker. so all im looking for is what all extras do i need to purchase to do it the right way?? cuz i cant seem to find the older post on here to tell me thanks

XTRyan 04-01-2013 12:44 PM

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Originally Posted by woodland09 (Post 3579549)
ive been looking at lifts for a while, trying to find what i want... brand, height, tires.... all that good stuff, and i know i have seen on here a few post about other things you need to get if you go over like 3" of lift.

ik there is the brake line extensions, however i know there was more you need to get to make everythign right so there are no worries on breaking anything because you didnt do it the correct way...

so i am planning on a 4-5" lift by skyjacker. so all im looking for is what all extras do i need to purchase to do it the right way?? cuz i cant seem to find the older post on here to tell me thanks

Woodland,

What kind of Jeep do you have? 4"-5" lifts will require a good bit of extras, such as SYE, driveshafts, steering corrections, and depending on the tire you plan on running, axle upgrades.

What do you plan on using the Jeep for? is it strictly a trail rig, or will it see the street? Fill in your profile with your Jeep's specs and we can help you out more!

Shoot me a PM with any questions you have and I'll gladly point you in the right direction!

-Zach


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