It's possible with minimal modification needed to make the parts fit. The good news is that people have reported a smooth ride. The bad news that the rear will typically give you around 3" of lift and the front can be anywhere from -1" to 3" of lift. It just depends on which springs where installed at the factory. This changed depending on what options were selected. I.E. Hard top, Towing, Rubicon, etc all had stiffer springs which would result in a higher lift.
I've been thinking about trying this lately. I have a friend with a JK that he's lifted so his springs are just sitting in his garage.
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