All TJ's are designed to be lower in the front. Just go out and measure the side of your jeep at the bottom of the rail. the frot is slightly lower than the rear. As for the budget lift you might need to lower your t-case but you probably won't know until you install it. No big deal if you have some vibration then just put about 3-5 washers in each of the 6 bolts that hold the t-case skid in place. this will lower your t-case 3/8 to 1/2 inch and this should solve any problem. Lift kit and washers takes less than 2 hours to install.
2007, 4 door, powered by a minivan engine, locked and riding on 35's.
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