A friend of mine has a 2000 TJ, and wanted to lift it and shove some 33's on it.
I know a little bit about lifting, as my YJ is lifted, but this whole coil thing makes my head spin.
She's just looking for a cheap lift, that won't degrade road performance too much. It's going to be pretty much a "Street Warrior." to help her pickup the guys.
her automotive skills are little more then my mothers, she can change fluids. (my mom knows "keys, gas, breaks, steering wheel." don't bother asking her about the indicator.)
So whats the best lift? She may eventually get into light off-roading, but right now she's pissed that her Jeep got wet inside when it rained.
She will definately get a shop to do it, but I'd like to tell her before hand what it's all about and how much it should be, so the guy at the shop doesn't confuse her and rip her off.
In short. 2001 TJ, Manual 4.0L, Running bone stock, wants to put 33's under it, any lift will do. (Can you do body on a TJ?) Cheap Lift, needed for daily pavement pounding, minimal off-road in the future. (maybe)
Cost to drive it in stock, and drive it out on 33's? apx?
Jeep Icon, Raised 2", Lowered 2", 4pt Independant Suspention.
(Yes, that is an Oompa Loompa driving it.)