Originally Posted by Josh1986
I will probly just remove the body lift all together. I think the suspension lift is more than enough
Cutting it down to 1" is fine. A 1" body lift gives a little room between the body and the mechanicals. Makes it easier to clean out underneath after a day of wheeling.
I used a speed square and a silver marker. Marked all around my body lift, then used a cordless circular saw to cut them down. Worked perfect. OH, and before you try to pull the body lift, check your steering linkage. Make sure it can slip and isn't frozen. If it's frozen, take it out before you drop the body, otherwise the steering shaft will force its way into the gear box and you'll be replacing a gear box. (Ask me how I know
1995 Blue YJ i-4 AX-5 33" Cepek Crushers on 2.5" Rancho lift - SOLD October 2010
1996 White ZJ i-6 auto bone stock
1987 Maroon YJ i-6 Auto (1.5" body lift. OME 2 1/2" lift. Rancho RS5000 shocks. Rancho steering stabilizer. A-Z Fabrication rock slides. More upgrades coming soon - LOL)
The "sideways" build thread: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/r...hread-2164793/