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Unread 06-09-2010, 08:16 PM   #1
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So the names Mike Ford im from millville new jersey. Im 19 years old. Im pretty mechanically inclined. I usually buy fords but I just bought a 1994 yj with a 4.0 5 speed. I already put a 98 transfercase in it with a fixed yoke. Its on 35's 4 inch rough country and a two inch shackle. I took it out the other day and it rubbed like a mutha in the rear. I was wondering how much total lift would i need to make it not rub. Maybe two more inches with add a leaf? I want to stay away from body lift. The last thing i would do is spring over. Only because i dont feel like weldin on the knew perches, but if i do is there anything to be aware of? any drawbacks? If i do decide to do spring over i will be using a ford 8.8.

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