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Old 06-19-2014, 11:11 PM
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4" Lift

had my 04 Wrangler X 5 years now. We've been through a lot and backed away from very little. But that little I have backed away from over the years has finally nagged me to the point it's time to go big or stay home. Contemplating the SkyJacker Sport lift (link below), but of course would love to know what else is recommended when getting this high. Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated!

Skyjacker Part TJ403BPH - 4" Sport Lift w/Hydro Shocks - Fits 2003 to 2006 Jeep TJ Wrangler - 4 Wheel Parts

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Read the thread Newbies guide to lifting your jeep , it's in the tech forum. It gives you a ton of info on what to expect and need when lifting your jeep

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But before you go, consider going with a better quality big lift for your TJ. Otherwise, you may be posting in the JK forum sooner than you think
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But before you go, consider going with a better quality big lift for your TJ. Otherwise, you may be posting in the JK forum sooner than you think
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your 100% Spin. I sat up last night till 2am reading reviews and issues. I'm leaning toward the Zone 4.25" combo system or the Rubicon Express 3.5" with a 1" body lift. Seem the Skyjacker is good for looks but not so good broken down on the side of the trail.

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