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Ive had my Jeep for about a year. Looking to put on 35" Nitto Trail Grappler with new wheels. Wondering if anyone would recommend any brands for a 4" lift? Not trying to drop a ton of money. Just something that is reliable.
Any insight is welcome!

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Ive had my Jeep for about a year. Looking to put on 35" Nitto Trail Grappler with new wheels. Wondering if anyone would recommend any brands for a 4" lift? Not trying to drop a ton of money. Just something that is reliable.
Any insight is welcome!

:confused::Thanx:
A 4" lift with 35s is a bit much IMO. The 35s will look really small. A 4" lift is better suited for 37-40" tires.

If you are going to go with a 4" lift you will be dropping a ton of money. There are other items needed to run the lift correctly and or maintain a reliable Jeep.

With 35s which under the load weight of a 4dr JKU are really only tall 33s ( 33.5"-33.8" at 28-30 psi) you might be better served looking at a 2.5"-3" lift. This will provide for a more balanced look between your JKU's length, new ride height and the 35s.

If you are set of a 4" lift stick with name brands like RockKrawler, TerraFlex, AEV, Currie and a few others.

Before you start remember the old saying in the Jeep world, "For every one thing you chance, you have to adjust two others" = Time and $$$$$.
 
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