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94 ZJ, need lift info

NOOOO, im not converting to the darker side yet. i know some of yins are bound to have some info on these rigs. a buddy of mine wants to stuff 31s under his 94. its a 4.0 with a slushbox if it makes any difference. what is he looking at? any suggestions on brand of lift to get? ideas on prices?
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Bb check yahoo
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Re: 94 ZJ, need lift info

I had a dd zj a few years ago.

With 31's and stock rims, the cheapest/easiest is spacers.
RRO has them for 80 bucks(dont quote me, but I think they are teraflex).

Talk him into swaybar disco's(will do more for him on the trail then a new small lift/tires will)






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thankyee fellers...
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Re: 94 ZJ, need lift info

hey billy bob.....check out www.rustysoffroad.com
he sells a couple kits for the grand cherokee talk to you later
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Re: 94 ZJ, need lift info

My er.. Ex-girlfriend had a 97 ZJ I has spent some serious time researching lifts for it before we parted ways. What I found was http://www.rubiconexpress.com/ makes just about the best stuff there was. Good luck!

BTW I hear Rusty's is great stuff to.
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>With 31's and stock rims, the cheapest/easiest is spacers.
>RRO has them for 80 bucks(dont quote me, but I think they >are teraflex).


Thanks. We do have 2" budget lifts for $80. ZJ's are pretty cheap to lift.

We sell nothing by Tera though and have our own line of Jeep products.

Feel free to email me direct if you have questions on them. ZJ's and TJ's are the easiest vehicles on the planet to lift.... to a certain point.

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Re: 94 ZJ, need lift info

Hey Lew,

Full Traction 3.5" ZJ lift

This is cool because it comes comeplete, even the adjustable steering linkage and the sway bar discos. Lifts 31's easy.

Also, check out Rock Krawler ZJ suspensions. These boys are like 10 mins. away. They build some trick stuff, up to a 7" lift for fitting 35"s.

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How come the Full Traction parts aren't blue??

FULL-TRACTION Suspension is a Division and registered trademark of California Mini-Truck Inc
6951 McDivitt Dr. Bakersfield Ca. 93313 U.S.A

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Acutally, it's light blue and grey.
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