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To me it doesn't look like a 4" lift. The tires are 235/75/R15 and they look fine under it. I'm not sure 32/33's would fit with this lift.
 

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Looks like my 94 with 2.5" RE lift and 31x10.50's.
 

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I wonder if there's any way to prove that the springs weren't arched enough for a 4" lift?
 

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Ok maybe it's just my imagination, but here's another YJ with the Rough Country 4" and 33" tires. Looks about the same I guess.


Guess I'll just get some 2" lift shackles and give a bit more lift.
 

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Yes it does, I have a friend with 4" and 31's and it didn't look like 4" to me.. something with the YJ and lifts.. just look smaller than they are for some reason.
 

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Cool, it's not just me then. Looks like I'm getting the shackles so I can get the look I want then. Thanks a lot!
 

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i wish i could figure this posting pics thing out cuz I got a 4" skyjacker lift w/ 33's and it looks alot taller than that...
 

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to post pictures put {img}http://www.your.image.com{/img}

Replace the {} with []
 

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you could measure from the ground to the frame of a stock YJ with about the same tire size and then measure yours and see if there is a 4" difference. Or from the top of the axle to the frame to eliminate tire size differences.
 
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