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Unread 05-02-2011, 01:37 AM   #1
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94 two door cherokee sprt

so i just bought myslef another jeep cause i just couldnt stay away from them after i sold my 92 that i had a 3in spring lift with 2in spacers and old man emu 3in leafs with 2in blocks and it was on 33's. ended up buying almost the same jeep again.

but this time i want to go bigger with it. 6.5 long arm kit and then into fullsize axles(with lockers) and dual casing it. only down fall is i am having trouble choosing which lift and what axles i want to go with. hoping that you can give me some other ideas or help out with which one i should go with.

so i have looked at the rough country 6.5 la kit and someone told me it was garbage and i should try and stay away from it if it was going to be my dd. http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_6xla.html

then i have looked at the bds 6.5 la kit and it looks the same beside the price for the most part... was looking to get some advice and maybe some other ideas yall would have.
http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001

axles wise i was thinking that i would just go d60's front and rear. ideas? would like it to house 38's by the time i am done.

thanks for reading. very open to other kits and ideas as well. i am honestly still in the researching phase right now so please just shoot me ideas and i can start playing with those as well. thanks again LilJon

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Unread 05-02-2011, 08:18 AM   #2
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for 38s you're going to need 60s front and rear or a 14bolt rear. For lift, check out www.Staagfab.com I don't know the price, but it appears to be bulletproof. Run coils of your choice and a IRO double sheer trackbar and call it good... I hope you know what you're getting into.
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Unread 05-02-2011, 08:35 AM   #3
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Dear lord this would be awesome. rough country has great customer service is what I know
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Unread 05-02-2011, 10:33 PM   #4
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for 38s you're going to need 60s front and rear or a 14bolt rear. For lift, check out www.Staagfab.com I don't know the price, but it appears to be bulletproof. Run coils of your choice and a IRO double sheer trackbar and call it good... I hope you know what you're getting into.

thanks for the input. yeah i have a pretty good idea of what im getting into. after the full sas kit we just did on my buddies chevy s10 zr2. lots of plating was done to that. plus we shortened his bed and all sorts of stuff.

oh the link didnt work tho.
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Unread 05-02-2011, 10:34 PM   #5
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Dear lord this would be awesome. rough country has great customer service is what I know
thanks man. yeah is just in the planning stages so far. but once i start the build ill get some photos going for everyone to see.
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Unread 05-03-2011, 12:22 AM   #6
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try this one http://staangsfab.com/products-1/jeep-cherokee-xj/
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Unread 05-03-2011, 12:27 AM   #7
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awesome thanks that one worked. looking at it now. looks like some serious tubing. i like that idea. thanks again for the advise
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i had the tnt long arm kit in my hands a month or so back...after careful inspection of its beefiness i would clearly purchase a kit from them without a doubt.
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i had the tnt long arm kit in my hands a month or so back...after careful inspection of its beefiness i would clearly purchase a kit from them without a doubt.


thanks yeah ill have to look into them. right now i am tempted to just fab my own kit together and make the rear into a coil spring set up for the flex.
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thanks yeah ill have to look into them. right now i am tempted to just fab my own kit together and make the rear into a coil spring set up for the flex.
that would be sick. even tho i just bought my uppers and lowers i am tempted buy a tnt setup that someone is selling locally for well below the standard price. its totally new. i really dig their full coverage belly skid with the arm mounts integrated in.
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Unread 05-04-2011, 12:21 PM   #11
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that would be sick. even tho i just bought my uppers and lowers i am tempted buy a tnt setup that someone is selling locally for well below the standard price. its totally new. i really dig their full coverage belly skid with the arm mounts integrated in.
nice nice. yeah i have been looking at some kits and after seeing how they are constructed i think i can fab my own. just going to have to take some messurements and all that and i should be good. going to go buy my new welder here in the next couple weeks.... so after i start i will post pictures and see what ya think. but yeah i am trying to decide if i want to keep the front a 4 link system or make it a 3 link.
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