I am wondering if I can combine a standard Budget Boost with a 4 inch suspinsion lift. I am wondering because I do not have the money for the full 4 inch lift at this time, but I do have the money for the Budget Boost. I would like to combine them both to make 6 inches of total lift when i have more money. I am wondering if this is possible???
ehhhh... You can, but it really isn't worth it, just save up and get the spings, and I am not sure but going from a 4ish lift to a 6 is going to require more than just springs on A WJ...
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yea anything over 4 inches really requires a bit more stuff than the average 4 inch lift. i have a front to rear at 3.5 inches and i was gonna put 3/4 inch or 1 inch spacers for an extra bit but again anything over 4 requires a bit more effert.
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please search or use the FAQs this has been answered before. Yes you can do it, but it won't ride well and it will fall apart in a matter of years.
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