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Unread 10-23-2011, 10:03 PM   #31
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1990 YJ Wrangler 
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Yorba Linda, California
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Originally Posted by GreyfoxVt View Post
I will be posting more information as time passes, it has gained over 4", because my original springs were flat, and I have 1 3/4" HD shackles. I am hoping it settles a bit more, but for now, I am jumping up to get into the rig, (and I really like it!).

I have also decided to add extended, braided brake lines for safety purposes, the factroy ones are just too short.
if i am just getting the 2.5in lift, do i need extended brake lines? also do i have to buy bump stops or anything else that the kit does not include? i have a stock 1990 Wrangler 2.5L

2.5L w/ AX-5, NP231J w/ Rugged Ridge SYE and XJ front driveshaft, open D30 and D35 w/ 4.10 ratio, stock JK 18in wheels w/ Spydertrax 1.25in spacers and 32in toyo at, 2.5in RC lift with .5in shackles(BESRK), rear TJ flares. 8.8 rebuild soon
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