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Unread 10-26-2009, 06:25 AM   #1
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Few questions about IRO 3.5 inch lift on 97 zj

I have a 97 zj with a l6, it is compleatly stock at the moment.
later this week im looking to order a set of 15x8 black rock rims with 31inch rubber (unsre of that still) prolly going to go with the general grabber at2.

Im looking to do the foundation 3.5 lift that IRO has for $329, and get a new SS.

now looking at the standard 3.5 lift kit for $474 (due to coming with a Heavy Duty Double Shear Track Bar Conversio)

my questions is, do i need the trackbar conversion?

and either way, since its only a 3.5 inch lift, do i need to look into upgrading anything else? (ex. droped pitman arm, adjust rear track bar)

i know once you go to 4 in and more you have to change alot of things. im only looking to do some light trailing/off roading.

let me know what you think

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