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I initially ran a 2.5" RE lift on my 94...
Only parts were springs, shocks, and a 3/4"? T case drop.

I have since switched to a RE 4.5" lift.
Parts are springs, shocks, home made 1" t case drop, front brake hoses, drop pitman arm and track bar drop bracket.

I have been running it HARD since 2007 w 2.5 and 31's and since @ 2012 with 4.5 and 33's... no vibes and no issues.
 

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I am not running extended bump stops BUT you should if you don't want ur tires hitting your fenders...

I am running swaybar discos buy didn't include them on parts list as they are not required.
 

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Way better. How does it drive? Better?
 

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I went with the 2.5 lift, boomerang shackles and t case drop.
And no it does not drive good. I'm sitting at the alignment shop now hoping it will help.
But hey.....it looks good.....lol
 

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So how is it after the alignment?
 

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Sorry guys. They alignment worked. But they could no ot get the drag link to move so I ordered a new one...should be here today. I went ahead and ordered a new tie rod also. They said they would re align for free.
 

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Sorry guys. The alignment worked. But they could not get the drag link to move so I ordered a new one...should be here today. I went ahead and ordered a new tie rod also. They said they would re align for free.
 

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Yeah, it'll drive all wonkyjaw with the wrong toe...
 

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From the picture of your alignment it looks like you need more caster. Should be between 4* and 7*.
 
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