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Unread 07-22-2008, 04:28 PM   #1
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Xj Thinking about a lift...

I had bought my grandfather's 1990 Cherokee Laredo about a year ago, and the first mod I wanted to do was a lift. The Jeep is completely stock and riding on 235/75/15's. The rear leaf springs are sagging pretty bad now. I was just wondering if 235's will look funny with a 3" Rusty's suspension lift? At the monent I cannot afford new 30's or 31's.

I was thinking about just buying replacement leaf springs, new coils, and shocks but that is just as expensive as buying a 3" kit with full packs.

BTW does anyone have any pictures of any rigs that run a 3" setup with 235's??

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