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vacca foeda 05-20-2013 12:03 PM

Lift install
 
so after the fun time sunday, i now realize i need a lift of some sort, and i'm looking at the rancho 2". i don't have anywhere to install it (live in an apartment complex), so i'm looking for somewhere that is reasonably priced to put it on

4wheelparts quoted me 285 for install and 142 for alignment. is this decent or is there anywhere else i should be looking?

JKone3 05-20-2013 12:21 PM

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Originally Posted by vacca foeda (Post 3774518)
so after the fun time sunday, i now realize i need a lift of some sort, and i'm looking at the rancho 2". i don't have anywhere to install it (live in an apartment complex), so i'm looking for somewhere that is reasonably priced to put it on

4wheelparts quoted me 285 for install and 142 for alignment. is this decent or is there anywhere else i should be looking?

Dude I just installed New Springs, Shocks, and Swaybar links on my JK.

Did it in my garage with simple tools and jack stands.

Did not need an alignment, steering wheel was dead center and jeep stays dead straight on the interstate.

Took me and a buddy about 4 hours, however I have done suspension work numerous times in the past. But it's definitely not a difficult job.

JKone3 05-20-2013 12:23 PM

I say find a member in Tampa who wouldn't mind giving you a hand and doing it at their house. But it is still doable on any level surface, even your apartment complex parking lot!


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