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Is anyone here running this? i just picked up my jeep two weeks ago and I'm trying to lift and throw some nice size tires on there but I'm on a budget being a full time student :pc-ouch:

Anyone know anyone with this product? any problems? concerns i should have?

heres the link to it also!
https://www.quadratec.com/Assets/Images/124551/124551-lg.jpg :atomic:
 

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Is anyone here running this? i just picked up my jeep two weeks ago and I'm trying to lift and throw some nice size tires on there but I'm on a budget being a full time student :pc-ouch:

Anyone know anyone with this product? any problems? concerns i should have?

heres the link to it also!
https://www.quadratec.com/Assets/Images/124551/124551-lg.jpg :atomic:
It is just a 3" budget boost and a 1" body lift. At 4" total you can fit 37" tires easily. I wouldn't want a 3" spacer lift. It does nothing to address other suspension components at that height, which it should. Those Daystar shocks aren't any good either. If you are on a budget check out the Ranch 2" sport lift with RS9000XL shocks. Great kit and can fit 35's. I may be able to get you a better price.

-Dan
 

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It is just a 3" budget boost and a 1" body lift. At 4" total you can fit 37" tires easily. I wouldn't want a 3" spacer lift. It does nothing to address other suspension components at that height, which it should. Those Daystar shocks aren't any good either. If you are on a budget check out the Ranch 2" sport lift with RS9000XL shocks. Great kit and can fit 35's. I may be able to get you a better price.

-Dan
If i can fit the 35"s that would be great! I'm interested!
 

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KJeeper is right on the money, read his posting!

The body lift portion of the kit will only affect the looks but the 3" suspension portion of the lift is a poor choice. It will undoubtedly like your Jeep a full 3" inches but with a lot of negative ramifications. Ride, handling and stress on suspension, steering and driveline joints will be all be affected. A quality 2.5" lift kit will effectively provide 3" in many cases.

4" is considered a fairly big lift on a Jeep. The bigger the lift the better the quality of the lift kit should be.
 
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