And need help. after reading and then reading some more threads and articles i have concluded that i can run a 2.5inch lift kit without having driveshaft problems(correct me if im wrong). I just bought a 2013 jeep and of course i want to lift it and put tires on for added ground clearence while off road. I've been looking at 2.5inch lift kits from rock krawler and TF and a 3inch lift from synergy. rock krawler being the most expensive. what im saying is i need guidance, i know quite a bit about cars but i have never had the chance to tinker around with suspension. Im pretty good on understanding 2.5inch lifts( i think) i shouldnt have driveshaft problems. but if i decide to go with 3inch or higher i need to make modifications(beef up) my driveshaft to accomodate the change in angle correct? what im saying is, in this completely over explanatory post, what exactly do i need to change/add to my jeep to accomodate the higher lifts correctly? ive spent days reading different threads and magazines and quite simply my brain is in freeze mode. can someone please help? possibly explain the added parts and what they are in "dummy terms". thanks and sorry if this annoys anyone just tired of searching and not being able to absorb the information.