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I'm gonna have to disagree, i definetly think you should run a drop pitman arm to keep your steering geometry intact... Not to mention perhaps a 1" transfer case drop to minimize driveline vibes. Just my 2c's.
I dunno, but from everything I've ever seen concerning the TJ, the only time you want the drop pitman is for 4" and above, the same holds true for the t-case drop. With only a 3" lift, you should be fine, but only time will tell and once you get the lift put on will you be able to judge whether or not you need the drop pitman or the the t-case drop.
I Run this exact lift. The real hight is closer to 4 inches you will definitely need the trans drop to prevent rear drive line vibes. I run the drop pitman as well. I think a good Idea to prevent bump steer. Last time I checked it came with the kit.
(I am assuming the complete not budget lift). It even came with sway bar disconnects and a steering box skid plate.