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So I am planning on lifting my jeep and I want to do it right and I have done my research. I am looking to hear good points about my combo/ build and also some pointers as to how to install and will be installing with a expierenced mechanic. I would like to see some simular build pictures if possible. I think I have it planned out right. So any tips/pointers/pros/cons about my setup is greatly appreciated. Thank you very much, I have learned so much from you guys I appreciate it. The only reason I am getting mostly all of my stuff from summit racing is because I can get a good discount and I dont think that anyone can beat it.

I plan on getting 33s and if I want to go bigger to 35s get some flat fenders, a super 35 kit or a 8.8 or junkyard 44, and a currie steering kit and upgraded brakes but that would be way down the road and I dont wheel much so I dont need 35s by any means.

Thank very much, Joey.

This is the list of all of the parts.

Currie Enterprises CE9800H - Currie Enterprises Suspension Components-http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CUR-CE9800H/?rtype=10
TJ JOHNNY JOINT® REAR TRAC BAR W/O HOUSING BRACKET - NEW DESIGN!http://shop.savvyoffroad.com/product.sc?productId=25&categoryId=2
shocks Front
Rancho RS999255 - Rancho RS9000XL Shock http://www.summitracing.com/parts/RAN-RS999255/
Rear Rancho RS999256 - Rancho RS9000XL Shock http://www.summitracing.com/parts/RAN-RS999256/
tires- BFGoodrich Tires 08012 - BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 Tire http://www.summitracing.com/parts/BFG-08012/
rims Cragar 3975812 - Cragar Soft 8 Black Wheel http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CRR-3975812/
sye- Advance Adapters 50-7906 - Advance Adapters NP231 Slip Yoke Eliminator Kit http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ADD-50-7906/Application/?query=Year%7c2003%7cMake%7cJEEP&prefilter=1
cv shaft- Tom Woods Custom Driveshaft $300
Thanks again.
 

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Looks like a great list and plan. All high quality parts and good plan for the future. You might even want an axle upgrade now because a Dana 35 on 33's is really hit or miss... But other than that it all looks really good.
 

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Yeah I was thinking/ hoping that the dana 35 will be ok on my open diff with my 33s and I understand that, but Im not planning on doing any crazy wheeling. But I have an old cuda with a ford rear end in and later on down the road I could swap it but that probly wont happen because my dad wont let me. If I broke the d35 then I would just go to the junkyard to get a dana 44 whether its from a rubicon with air locker or not it should work and thats even IF my dana 35 broke which I hope it holds up. So I was just looking into where all of my components of my build are made and I think that all of them are made in usa if Im not mistaken. So that is a good thing.
 
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