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Unread 06-27-2002, 12:15 PM   #1
4wheelinfool
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need suggestions!

I just ordered a 4" suspension lift from procomp. The kit included front and rear springs,u-bolts,4shocks, and a drop pitman arm, and a transfer case drop kit. the question is what if any other hardware do need to make this a long lasting lift kit. Do i need brake line extensions, swaybar extensions, trac bar extensions or anything like that?
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92 yj stock for now but not for long

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R.I.P one Baddass 92' yj that had 5.5in in the front and 6in in the RR with 33x 12.5's Baja Claws with homemade everything and a whole lot of sweat, blood, and tears that went into her......... But i did just get an 80' cj5 that is getting 4.5in RE, 1in Daystar, bushwackers, winch, and ox lockers, gears, and some meaty 35in BFgoodridge Krawlers.. oh yeah baby
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Unread 06-27-2002, 01:43 PM   #2
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longer brake lines
quick disconects for the front swaybars(if you keep them on)
new rear main seal for when you see how much yours leaks after you lean the engine back
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87 w/ 258 5spd. Weber 32/36. TFI upgrade. 4" Skyjacker lift w/quick disco's. 1" DayStar bodylift. Rancho 9000's. 33x12.5 ProComp muds. Oil stained driveway!!
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