Looking for a liftkit 2 - 4 inches. Not sure what or where to order from.
Live in Twincities Minnesota. Anyone know who sells or installs a lift kit for my jeep? I am somewhat mechanically inclined so if I see a youtube or video on how to install I can do it myself. Hopefully.
I got my lift from rough country..but there several company you can get them from.rough country,skyjacker,morris off road,and four wheel parts are just a few and you can also find them on ebay. an install is fairly simple.
Do it yourself. You'll be fine. I just installed my OME lift myself last week. It defiantly took a bit of learning on the first spring to figure things out, but after that it was cake. I've never done a lift install myself before that.
Take the money that you would have paid a shop for the install, and invest in a few tools. They'll end up paying for themselves for the rest of your (or their) life.
OK, seriously, lift kits are discussed to death around here and the prevailing consensus is that Rubicon Express, BDS, and Old Man Emu are the best and not much more then the inexpensive kits. Personally I've had both Rancho and Old Man Emu and can't say enough about how great the Old Man Emu system is.
Hey Admins! Can we have a merged lift kit thread similar to the infamous track bar - sway bar thread?
1996 White ZJ
1987 Maroon YJ (sideways build)
1996 Forest Green XJ
I have the BDS 2" lift on mine and love it! I actually got 3" of lift out of it and it works so much better both on-road and off-road than the worn out stock springs ever could have.
My 0.02 is get a good quality kit and like Anticanman said "Then do them justice by not installing rough country."
2004 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Member of the Gear Grinders 4WD Club