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**DONOTDELETE** 11-08-1999 03:14 PM

4\" lift
 
My wife has a '93 Wrangler...all stock. Looking for economical 3" or 4" lift with good performance for mostly on road but some off. Any suggestions?

sb


**DONOTDELETE** 11-08-1999 04:27 PM

Re: 4\" lift
 
I'd say that the best bang for the buck in a YJ lift is the BDS 3.5" lift. It rides well, flexes pretty good, has a life time replacement warranty, and won't break the bank like some kits.
But that's just my opinion.

_____________________
John
95.5 YJ with "stuff"
http://SonsofThunder4x4.com


PS- Avoid Pro Comp at any cost!!!!!!!!!

**DONOTDELETE** 11-08-1999 04:47 PM

Re: 4\" lift
 
<font color=blue>If you're going with 4" of spring lift, your driveline/steering linkage will require modification. The most you could "spring-up" without extensive/expensive driveline/steering mods is prob 2.5"...

Then, get a 1" body lift. You can then maybe avoid lots of expensive mods, plus your ride will be better than on 4" springs..
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Happy Jeepin!

<font color=blue>YJ94
I6, 3.5" Black Diamond, MORE, & more
[email protected]

**DONOTDELETE** 11-09-1999 08:56 AM

Re: 4\" lift
 
That being the case, what is a good 2.5" lift to go with? Is there any difference in the body lifts out there? Thanks for the help.

sb


**DONOTDELETE** 11-09-1999 11:00 AM

Re: 4\" lift
 
<font color=blue> I don't know about body lifts... maybe just Energy. Just NOT Pro-comp!

RE: 2.5" lift... you're looking to go inexpensive: Probably Rancho or Big Dick Suspension (BDS)... BDS gives a GREAT warranty, and a great price... I don't know about it's ride. I have a Warn/Black Diamond 3.5", and its great, but I had to do extensive mods... the total kit, with new shackles/brake lines/pitman arm/shims/t-case lowering was 1500+, plus some new tools...

Try... http://www.trailquest.com or http://www.4wd.com or even http://www.thinkjeep.com (I think this is the right address for Leon Rosser) or http://www.mountainoffroad.com

Any other ideas out there? Old Man Emu is the best, but also the most expensive...
good luck!
(oh yeah)... to start cheap, start with the 1" body lift... don't go more than 1" though!


<font color=blue>YJ94
I6, 3.5" Black Diamond, MORE, & more
[email protected]

**DONOTDELETE** 11-09-1999 11:22 AM

Re: 4\" lift
 
Well I can tell you about the ride on the BDS 2" kit, it's great. I have this kit on my YJ with a set of TrailMaster SSV's. I didn't have to use a t-case drop (but it did come with one), dropped pitman arm, or extended brake lines. I have had this kit for a couple of years and havn't seen any sag at all.
I agree with the 1" body lift maximum, and am planning on using one myself.
As for the cost of the BDS 3.5" kit, it was less than $600 but didn't include new shackles or brake lines.

_____________________
John
95.5 YJ with "stuff"
http://SonsofThunder4x4.com

**DONOTDELETE** 11-09-1999 11:32 AM

Re: 4\" lift
 
I used JKS's 1 inch body lift. Worked great, haven't had any problems. When I get home tonight I'll send you a couple pages I wrote a while back about the different suspension lifts and what I've heard over time, and what I've experienced. If I forget, e-mail me at [email protected]...

Marc
Contagious Racing


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