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Hey Guys, I just bought a 2000 Tj sport about 3 months ago. Its my first jeep an first 4x4 as u will be able to tell.

My jeep came with a 2" inch Rancho Lift all the way around to fit 33 BFGs under it.. But right now the rear is about 2" higher than the front from fender to tire.. So go figure i want to level it out so i bought 2" coil spring spacers to lift the front up. I went to put them on an everything was going good until i tried to put the track bar back in an it was to short..:facepalm:


My Question:
# For what im planning on doing, what is the best way to do it? And should I upgrade anything else to prevent future problems??


Thanks Guys
 

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You are making your situation worse by adding 2" spacers on top of possibly sagging front springs(coil bind). Do you have any added gear?(bumpers,winch, tire carrier, etc..) I would replace with new properly rated springs verus adding spacers. (check out OME HD springs)
 

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TJ Lift

OK ive heard that i would have to get a SYE for anything over 3" lift to, is that True or no?

I think im jus gonna wait an save up for a 4" lift, but wouldnt the front still be lower?? And NO, no gear like winches or anything jus a steel bumper.
 
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