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I'm looking to Lift my 92 YJ 6 cylinder six Inches. With the BDS lift. I also have the NP231 Transfer Case and stock Front D30 Rear D35.

http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma=7&mo=32&ty=34&yr=1987-1995

What am I getting into?

I'm already planning to spend around 2,500 dollars for everything and planning to get a slip yoke eliminator and CV Driveshaft. Do I have to do anything to the front driveshaft?

Any tips would help.
 

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Not to get into your business too much, but why not a Spring Over Axle? If you can't do it yourself, you could pay someone to do it and probably get a smoother ride for less $. Both will net about the same amount of lift, and you would get more articulation out of the SOA
Those springs with that much arch on a light YJ look like they would ride really bad. Just trying to help, good luck
 
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