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Old 03-28-2019, 07:07 PM
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1992 YJ Lift height

Hey guys,

Jusy bought my first YJ at the age of 40! Im curious if anyone can approximate the height of the lift on this jeep. The tires are 31x10.5R15.

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2.5" suspension probably. That clears 31s nicely. Welcome to the forum and very nice start.
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I would guess 2.5in lift. It looks about like mine with a 2.5in lift.

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Welcome to the Forum Jhunter2,

Looks like a real nice rig.

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