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post #16 of 20 Old 06-09-2013, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
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You still need a lot more than that for 4" though.
I know.....thats what im trying to figure out. Any help? Mayb ill just do 3"....what else wuld i need for a 3"?

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I know.....thats what im trying to figure out. Any help? Mayb ill just do 3"....what else wuld i need for a 3"?
Trackbar, shocks, LCAs, SYE (or at least a TC drop), sway bar links, and either longer brake lines or relocation brackets. Really a minimum for 4". Really want to look at your rear shackle angle at 4" as well.

3" you need shocks at least. LCAs would be good, you're stretching it at 3". Axle will shift to the drivers side slightly if you don't get an adjustable trackbar or redrill it. Really not a big deal if you get an alignment done though. May or may not need an SYE or TC drop, really depends on the Jeep. Some are pickier than others about it.

It's a much more expensive jump from 3" to 4".

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You still need a lot more than that for 4" though.
I know.....what wld i need for a 3"?
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I know.....what wld i need for a 3"?
Reread the middle section I just posted lol

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Reread the middle section I just posted lol
Tc drop ill make.....thinkn i could find lca 's off another jeep. Any idea what jeeps and years i cld use?
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