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Old 07-22-2019, 07:10 PM
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I have 2005 Wrangler X, i am thinking about putting in Coil Spring lifter. 1" or 1-1/2".

I have had this Jeep new off the fshow room florr. All these years I have only been hitting the Trails. I want to only lift my Jeep up a little.
What I need to know is what am I going to need besides Coil Spring Lifters, I have already had Poly Body mounts put on with an addition 1" body lift.
What am I going to need to change, my Shocks are 0-3" lift.

Control Arms ?
Track Bar's ?
And anything else


Please help

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For that small amount of lift you should need nothing more. There is a chance that you'll want an adjustable track bar, but i dont think so, check you're axle alignment after the lift. if i may add, that small amount of lift will not increase you're jeep capabilities very much. if you would like to increase the jeeps capabilities do some research, plan what you want do do and think long term.

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Old 07-24-2019, 04:48 PM
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For that small amount of lift you should need nothing more. There is a chance that you'll want an adjustable track bar, but i dont think so, check you're axle alignment after the lift. if i may add, that small amount of lift will not increase you're jeep capabilities very much. if you would like to increase the jeeps capabilities do some research, plan what you want do do and think long term.
Thank you, sounds great
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H&R 1" lift springs, better shocks and an alignment.
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Old 07-30-2019, 12:42 PM   #5
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I have 2005 Wrangler X, i am thinking about putting in Coil Spring lifter. 1" or 1-1/2".

I have had this Jeep new off the fshow room florr. All these years I have only been hitting the Trails. I want to only lift my Jeep up a little.
What I need to know is what am I going to need besides Coil Spring Lifters, I have already had Poly Body mounts put on with an addition 1" body lift.
What am I going to need to change, my Shocks are 0-3" lift.

Control Arms ?
Track Bar's ?
And anything else


Please help
I used a Teraflex 2.5” lift on my TJ and have not had any problems. The lift and tires are all I changed.
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