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Old 05-26-2008, 12:35 PM
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Evaluate my project parts list!

This is my plan for my 94YJ. Any thoughts, opinons, or ideas would be appreciated.

1994 Lift Project:

1. Rough Country 4" Lift
2. Advance Adaptors SYE and Tom Woods Shaft
3. 1.5" Shackle lift front and rear
4. Trxus 33x12.50R16 Mud-Terrains
5. Cragar Soft 8 16x8 wheels
6. Daystar 1" Body Lift

The way I see it, this gives me plenty of lift, with the ability to go bigger down the road (heavier axles, etc) into 35" tire territory. This will be mainly a trail/beach/weekend-fun rig, not a daily driver.

Any thoughts? Is it excessive? What do you think?

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Looks like your on the right track to me.

I'm still not a big fan of Ruff country because of some sagging issues, but the rumor was that they fixed it or have a new spring manufacturer(i think).
I would just make sure the kit comes with a drop pitman arm and extended brake lines. sometimes kits look good with low price but don't come with them.

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i'd suggest soa instead of springs, shackles, body. much better performing than what you're talking about, better clearance, and you could get that kinda lift w/ soa + 1.5"or 2" springs.
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sye/cv d.shaft

CHECK OUT http://www.rustysoffroad.com under driveline parts. they have a package deal for advance adapters SYE and a Woods C.V. driveshaft for $480.00. good luck.
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