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I had originally planned on a SUA set up when I swapped my new axles in. But, due to unforseen technical difficulties, I will be going SOA. The problem is, I just bought a 1" Daystar body lift.

I plan on running 35" tires. Also, this is a Scrambler.

Is SOA and 1" body lift too much.

 

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Are you new springs 4"? Should be fine anyhow.

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'88 YJ, 4" susp,3" body,33's,283 Chevy V8,TH350,4.11's,D30,D35c
 

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I had a 4" Pro Comp lift before. Now going SOA I will have more that 4" lift. Which is what I need to accommodate 35" tires. But do I need the 1" body lift. Is that too much? Can you have too much?

I will be putting back stock springs. I think that they will be YJ springs.

 

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in our very flexy jeeps, we ran 35x14 or 35x16 tires with spring over, and we needed 3" body lift and the still rubbed a tiny bit at full flex, we were builing pretty wild suspensions though


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it's sort of still a cj thingy....
 
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