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Old 08-01-2011, 08:50 PM
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Input on a 1.5 lift on a 95.

Been looking at a few first is Superlift Super ride

Superlift Superide 1.5" Lift Kit for 87-95 Jeep® Wrangler YJ - Quadratec

They do not come with shocks I think..

Next choice is Black Diamond

Black Diamond 1.5" Suspension Lift Kit for 87-95 Wrangler YJ - Quadratec

I am sticking with the 1.5 lift because I have 31's on them and I don't really want to go thru with the T case drop and all that stuff, So my question is-which one would the vets here suggest is the best brand? Or is there another brand that I'm not familiar with?

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Did you ever decide? I'm saving up to get the Black Diamond kit also.

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Old 11-15-2011, 02:52 PM   #3
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inch and a half why bother. id go with a 1 inch body lift or a 1.25 shackle lift with some nice rancho 5000's. why spend $600 if you dont need to
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I don't know about the OP, but i don't care about having a bigger lift right now. I only wanna replace the old ones and figured this would be a little bit better. Plus with the Black Diamond kit, I won't have to buy bigger tires, T-Case drop, and brake line extensions. I realize most go with a higher lift, but anyone actually used the Black Diamond kit?
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I sure wouldn't bother with all the work it can be to change the leaf springs for 1.5" of lift. Tha is a lot of $. Have you thought about getting replacement springs? yours may be sagging. You can get them much cheaper than that
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I went with a 2" BDS lift and got almost 3" out of it after replacing my 22 year old springs. Super happy with it! May not even need the T case done. I run 31's too.

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