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post #1 of 5 Old 02-04-2014, 02:49 PM Thread Starter
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Lift kit.

I have a 99 wrangler. It's all stock. Would like to put a lift kit on it n different tires but not wanting to lift it too high or spend a lot of money. Anyone put a lift on theres?

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These are good quality 2-3" spring lifts that are nicely complimented with a small body lift.

What size tire are you thinking about? You should research and understand as much about lifts as you can. They aren't as simple as a kit, but they really aren't that complicated either.

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I have 30/9.50 r15 tires right now. Would just like to raise the jeep a little bit. Nothing too major. Would prefer like a 2-3 inch lift. Wondering what size tires I could put on it with only a 2-3 inch lift.
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Anyone put a lift on theres?
Nope, no one has put a lift on their jeep, you'll be the first!

Kidding. A cheap, easy, and I think good looking approach is to get a 2" budget boost and good 31" tires.

Filling in your profile correctly will help us better suggest things for you.

I don't even own a jeep anymore
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I have a 99 wrangler. It's all stock. Would like to put a lift kit on it n different tires but not wanting to lift it too high or spend a lot of money. Anyone put a lift on theres?
There a lot of different directions you can go with a lift. Do you have an ideal tire size in mind? You can run 32's with the Zone 1.75" Budget Boost. A budget boost is going to be your best bet for keeping the cost down. You can add a small body lift on top of that if you want a little more height.

If you want to go with a suspension lift, the Zone 3" Suspension Lift is worth looking at. It'll supply everything you need to get your Jeep lifted and back on the road.

Let me know if you see anything you're interested in and I'll get you a quote!

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