You will have to excuse amerijeep.. he is on a quest to get 250 posts, at which time he gos from senior member to, Super Senior Member...lol that and he drives a YJ....LOL
Now for a lift, 3" and 32's is a good choice. How much of a budget are we talking if I many ask? $200 or $1000? You could do soming simple like a coil spacer lift of 2" which is what it sounds like, a spacer that go's on top of the coil, and then add a 1" body lift. Or you can just add some 3" springs. If you want to go the spring route, a non bust your bank kit would be either the Rusty's offroad 3" or the BDS( big dicks suspension) 3" kit. Both are basic but will offer a good amount of flex, and you can install them at home with basic tools. I have run the Rusty's ( which I am told is at one time was a rebadged BDS) and it rode nice, flexed well. and for the money was fine. With either kit you will want to get a front adjustable track part vs the drop pitman arm, as it will ride a bit nicer. Also it is better to spend a bit more now on a nicer lift than to rip stuff off in 6 mos or a year and repend you money. Thus, give us some more info on what you want to do with the jeep and we can give you other thoughts etc..good luck!
HAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaa, I only have 70 something posts but I have 1 point and Amerijepp doesn't so he is jealous.
Now on the same lines as 4Jeepn, we need to know a budget you have to stay in and what your goal of this rig will be? Because a lift for just street riding is going to be a different suggestion than a rig that will put to some work. And budget is always a concern. One of the best short arm kits you can buy is the Currie with J-Arms.
Seriously though. I am always glad to help out with jeep problems. However, I always stay clear of peoples questions of mods. Don't like to get into that. I'll help all I can when it's 'broke', but I don't like to do 'not broke'. Therefore, I do wish bluetj99 lots of luck, but that's all I can do until help is needed to fix it. It's a personal philosophy.
im basically goin for a trail ready daily driver. i was told and have experienced the 3" and 32 setup and loved it. i wanna go with a suspension lift because of the better quality and im not gonna change it later on down the road so i kinda wanna invest in a good lift for the money. again my budget is around 600 bucks for the lift. thats the rest of the story in a nuttshell
Myself and 3 friends all run the 4WD Hardware lift, and have had very good results with it. Our TJ's are also our DD's. The 4WD kit i ss acomplete kit including shocks and a dropped pitman arm. It is a 3" lift, but we all netted about 4" of lift. I think it is a bit over $600.
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