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suspension lift question

alright well im about to get a lil chunk of change to play with and this is my plan for the money. i want to peice together a rubicon express lift, i want to basically put together a 3.5 inch lift with 4.5 inch coils in the front. does anybody see any problems i may run into with this setup? i like the bulldog look but if it will compromise anything i wont do it. open to all positive and negative feedback

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