everyone is different, so a lot of people here will tell you what works for them. You have to decide what will work for you.
Here is my advice, take it however you may.
0 shackle lift. you can always add it if you really want it, but most people will tell you to stay away from anything over an inch so you'll end up paying $100 for an inch that you may learn to hate.
1 inch bl. your stock mount are probably shot and it will add to a smoother ride. when you feel like going belly up, like someone mentioned, it will be one less thing.
trim your flares or buy tj flares. the truth is, articulating can be more important than having 6" of lift (see rock buggies) and having the space to do so is important.
sway bar disconnects. you can make your own with a little elbow grease. back to articulation
we're still on stock suspension and anywhere between $100-$250 depending how you shop.
its been mentioned in this thread already and I agree, 2.5" suspension lift. you wont need a t-case drop or sye and the ride should be much smoother than a heavily arched 4" lift. pretty easy to install and cheap
33s will fit on the set up I have covered. for tires, IMHO I would suggest rethreads (at or mt).
now all that stuff is moot if you have no way of getting out of the trail, and safely
I tell everyone, RECOVERY, RECOVERY, RECOVERY. I also use it for work (medicine) AIRWAY, AIRWAY, AIRWAY.
if you say or type something three times in capitals, people know its serious.
93 4.0l 5 spd, 33s 4" lift
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