Look at your springs. If they are flat or almost flat then you have stock springs. If not, you can measure how the lift by measureing from the center of the spring up to where the center point is between the spring eyes. Does that make sense? Get a string and hold one end on the middle spring and find the point in the middle where the string is between the sping eyes and that should help tell you about how much lift you have. Also look at the shackles to see how long they are. Body lift will not make make you need longer shocks so you need to find the amount of lift by suspension only.
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95 YJ, D30/8.8 w/ 4.88s, SOA, 35x14.50x16.5 Pit Bull Mud Dawgs, 101" Wheelbase, Custom Front Bumper, Winch, Custom Rear Tow Points, Traction Bar, Aussie Locker in front, 20 Gal. Gas Tank modification, Hurculiner Tub, Custom Rear Bumper, SYE and CV shaft, BTF Cross-over Steering, RCI 2191 fuel cell, BTF Rockers, RE 1.5" SOA springs up front and XJ springs in the rear
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