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Old 04-24-2016, 05:02 AM
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93 YJ Suspension Lift

My 93 Jeep Wrangler needed something to stand out. So i decided to add a 4.5 suspension lift. I will post what lift I chose and build pics. Here are the before pics....


I chose the Rough Country 4.5 inch X Series suspension lift and the kit came with the Rough Country sway bar disconnects. I purchased the Rough Country dual steering stablizer and the Rough Country red shock boots. After good reviews about Rough Country lifts and parts I decided that was the better option for me and I am not disappointed. Everything was packaged good and was shipped fast. I would recommend to anyone looking to do a suspension lift to choose the Rough Country lifts.

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Here is a pic of the shock boots.....


Shipments I received....awesome packaging!


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Old 04-24-2016, 05:14 AM
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Installation of the lift took some time but I am particular and make sure everything was tightened per specs. Everything bolted right up except a few mods that were expected. I am satisfied with the end result. Cant wait for the next project. Hope you enjoy the pics. I wanted to post this project somewhere so others would know, just in case they were trying to decide what suspension lift to go with. Rough Country is the best option for the money and has well made product and parts.


LIFT: Rough Country 4.5 inch X Series
SHOCKS: N2.0 Series Shocks
SYE/CVD: Transfer case drop
TIRES/WHEELS: Matte Black Pacer Wheels, 33-12.5-r15
LIKES: Drives great on and off road. Very impressed!
DISLIKES: NONE
RECOMMEND: YES

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Old 04-24-2016, 09:39 AM   #5
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Looks great, I also went with the RC 4.5"Xseries 2 years ago its been a great lift Still sitting at 4.5" rides and flexes great In a couple months I really get to test it out after the regear and 8.8 are in I'll be headed to Moab to test out all the new parts !
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Cardwell, are your front Shackles on backwards, or Mine on backwards, because we have them on in the Opposite way?
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Cardwell, are your front Shackles on backwards, or Mine on backwards, because we have them on in the Opposite way?
Good eye ! I over looked that his front shackles are on backwards and upside down.
In the picture below you will see how they should be facing in the front, How you have them on the rear is the proper orientation for the rear

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Nice YJ. Looks good!
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Old 05-05-2016, 10:17 PM
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Tom what rock sliders are you running. I'm trying to decide on which style id like to go with.
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Thanks guys for the info on the shackles, I got them turned around.

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