Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Oak Lawn, IL/South GA
Just to sum everything up and simplify things, here's everything you'll need...
-Your OME Kit
-Extended U-Bolts for your particular axel
-Coil compressor for putting the spacers on (you can rent one at most parts stores)
-Rear brakelines from a '95 YJ
-Some hockey pucks for the front bumpstops (and the adhesive to hold them in place)
-Maybe look in to extended bumpstops for the rear, it's not imperative (at least in my case) but it wouldn't hurt
-2-4 decent jackstands and a solid floor jack (If you're doing this yourself)
-Hit all the hardware (bolts, etc.) that you'll need to access/take out with some PB Blaster
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