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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-12-2001, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Lift Kit

OK, I need a new lift kit. I want a 4" lit for my 86 CJ7. All of the local shops are pushing Superlift. I have heard that superlifts will sag. Is this true? What about BDS, or Rubicon?

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Re: Lift Kit

Almost every lift will sag some. People have liked super lift, bds and re kits and some have disliked them. I know people like bds because of their warenty. Which ever kit you get make sure you get new u-bolts, brake lines, spring bushings, new shocks, and a drop pitman arm. Also get new sway bar disconects, most of the ones included w/ lift kits are [email protected], the jks quicker discos are the best out there but they arn't cheep. Are you planning on doing the lift your self or paying a shop to do it? Installing a kit at home isn't that hard and you will gain knowledge and save alittle cash. I'd search through the jeep mags for the best price on the kit you want.

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Re: Lift Kit

Springs are like good women...they all sag with age.

I assume you want a kit that has all of the parts you may need. Rubicon comes with everyting. I'm planning on going with the 4.5" Rubicon kit as soon as I have enough to cover the bill.

If your just looking for just springs then I would call National Springs in California. Alot of people have told me they make the best springs.

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