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Old 04-08-2016, 11:08 PM
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Long Term Lift Goal

Okay so my 2002 Jeep currently has a skyjacker 4 inch lift. It's OK but not great. Whoever installed the lift also did the sye and CV driveshaft in the rear. I run 33s and don't plan to go bigger. My goal in the future is to run metal cloak control arms and track bars. I'll start with front lowers and rear uppers and work from there. I was thinking for coils and shocks to go with zone 3" coils and their nitro shocks. Does this sound like it will work and have good ride quality. This probably isn't going to happen anytime soon but I'm just trying to plan ahead.

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2002 Jeep Wrangler Sport, Sienna Pearl, 4.0L 5 speed manual, D44 Rear, 4 inch lift, 33x12.50 BFG KO2, Ion Alloy 171, Banks Exhaust, Dirtworx bumper/tire carrier
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