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prettyinjeep 07-04-2013 12:23 PM

Lift Question about 93 ZJ
 
hey! i have a 93 zj with a 3.5in rough country suspension lift and it's currently sitting on 32x11.50x15 falken rocky mountain at tires.

my question is, i'm looking to give it a bit more lift, without spending the $1,200 on a larger lift. has anyone ever tried putting coil spring spacers on in addition to the lift?

something like this is what i was looking at...
http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...egory_Code=ZLK

thanks! :)

riot1987 07-04-2013 12:24 PM

yes you can if you have all the other components to support the taller lift you can add spacers on top of the spring

riot1987 07-04-2013 12:27 PM

There is a reason why taller lifts are more expensive. Its more than just throwing on tall springs and calling it good. What are you currently running? 3.5" RC is a bit vague

WhiteOut 07-04-2013 12:27 PM

Make sure you have

- All 8 adjustable control arms
- Shocks for 5.5" of lift
- Swaybar links front and rear
- Adjustable trackbars front and rear for correct height
- Front driveshaft converted to u-joint

Then you can go and put that $60 spacer set on.

tucsonzj 07-05-2013 04:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WhiteOut (Post 15640751)
Make sure you have

- All 8 adjustable control arms
- Shocks for 5.5" of lift
- Swaybar links front and rear
- Adjustable trackbars front and rear for correct height
- Front driveshaft converted to u-joint

Then you can go and put that $60 spacer set on.

Lol seems worth it right. Spend the money or don't do it. You'll spend more money fixing the crap you break after doing it wrong the first time, then buying the new lift anyways

dnuccio 07-05-2013 09:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WhiteOut (Post 15640751)
Make sure you have

- All 8 adjustable control arms
- Shocks for 5.5" of lift
- Swaybar links front and rear
- Adjustable trackbars front and rear for correct height
- Front driveshaft converted to u-joint

Then you can go and put that $60 spacer set on.

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