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I've been looking at their kit. I've been looking at lifts for like 3 years haha I think I may shell out the 2500 and buy a 4 inch savvy kit, put on 33's, and do the SYE with a double cardan shaft. Still learning about the drive shaft issue though so I could be wrong. My jeep sees lots of road travel but I like to take it offroad in spring and summer. It is stock and has the I6 engine. Is this kit overkill? I seriously want to do this right and once. I hate doing a half assed job and stressing about it later. Think they'll do a black friday sale?? :D

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^^ do you find that 33's are too small or just right for the lift? i run without swaybars offroad, if I got the kit I guess I'd put the antirock in there anyways.
 

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I used there bump stops, which I think come with the kit, and every thing works great.
This is my 3rd kit in two years. And I'm happy now. Should have got it in the first place.
 

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IMO his fox shocks are a little to long.
And I'm going to have to move the rear upper spring seat. The rear bump stops don't line up like I would like them to.
But the due to the pinion angle.
 
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