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Unread 09-18-2011, 02:10 PM   #1
cueball188
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cherokee higher in the rear with 3.5 lift

hi guys. i' a rookie to jeeps and just put a pro comp 3.5 lift in my 98 cherokee. it looks higher in the back and when i measured from the ground to the wheel wells it turns out the rear is about 1.5 inches higher. is this normal?
also, the front coils that came with the kit are the same length as the stock ones but much stiffer. in the rear once installed the shocks are extended to the max when jeep is sitting. is that ok?

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